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There are six attorneys running for one of three open spots in Lehigh County’s Court of Common Pleas.  Read more
Concerns over students’ mental health made headlines last year.  Read more
Shannon Wink, a digital strategy and communications professional in Fishtown, has been trying unsuccessfully to get her 15-month-old daughter into day care since last winter. Read more
Texas-based pipeline builder Energy Transfer faces 48 criminal charges related to construction of its Mariner East pipeline project, including a felony count of failing to Read more
A Pennsylvania Senate hearing designed to gather input from the Department of State about potential changes to election law was over quickly on Tuesday because Read more
The race for county executive in Northampton County has been controversial from the start.  Read more
Last winter’s snowstorms blanketed much of Pennsylvania with several feet of snow, shutting down businesses and making roads impassable. State officials gave an update Monday Read more
There are more than half a million Puerto Ricans living in Pennsylvania, some of them are here because of Hurricane Maria, the disaster that devastated Read more
Some Starbucks locations have cut store hours due to staffing shortages. It’s part of a broader labor issue that has hit the U.S. and Pennsylvania Read more
A new federal immigration detention center will open in Clearfield County, after the York County prison ended a contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement in August. Read more
Just like businesses, school cafeterias are being hit by supply chain and labor shortage issues. Meaning in this pandemic, even the school lunch menu is Read more
It’s a hotly contested race for a judge seat in Lehigh County’s Court of Common Pleas.  Read more
PennDOT’s proposal to repair nine major bridges across the commonwealth met with significant resistance on Thursday during a nearly four-hour hearing of the state House transportation committee. Read more
As political lines will be literally redrawn and vaccination efforts offer a possible turning point in the COVID-19 pandemic, Latinos in the commonwealth are looking Read more
This week: A look at the November Municipal elections; approaching deadlines for absentee and mail-in ballot applications; and the debate Thursday between the candidates for Lehigh Read more
Oktoberfest ushers bier, brats and polka music back to Bethlehem By Megan Frank October 1, 2021 For the next two weekends, Oktoberfest at the SteelStacks Read more
It was a spirited debate Thursday night between the two candidates for Lehigh County Executive, incumbent Democrat Phillips Armstrong and Republican challenger Glenn Eckhart.  Read more
At a press conference on Sept. 30, Gov. Tom Wolf signaled the commonwealth’s school mask mandate will end when children under 12 can be vaccinated Read more
This week, PennEast Pipeline said it would stop developing a proposed pipeline from Pennsylvania to New Jersey. Read more

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