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There was no shortage of statements, accusations, analysis and drama about why the recent shootings in Allentown occurred during Wednesday night's city council meeting. What was in short supply were solutions.

Make sure animals have constant access to water and shade and do not let them exercise too much. Report animals in distress.

From 9 a.m.-noon car enthusiasts from across the Lehigh Valley will go to SteelStacks to showcase their favorite rides. 

The market is looking to hire about 20 to 30 employees for different jobs, from cooks and cashiers to bartenders.

The new facility on East Braden Boulevard is looking to bring in about 70 employees next month.

The mobile lab can also be converted to into a treatment center in an emergency. 

About 300 kids, each wearing a T-shirt reading 'Reading Made Me,' packed the Geigle Complex for the camp led by the Red Knight legend, now an NBA player.

Tower Health's new sign will cover the West Reading timepiece, which has been the dominant feature of that building since its construction.

Instead of traveling to foreign countries, volunteers with the Mission Trip Birdsboro community service project are working in a 15-mile radius of the town.

With the high heat upon us, visitors to Blue Marsh Lake in Berks County are being put on notice.

Betty Fenstermaker started with Allen in July 1959 and has been continuously employed by the company since. 

The city will provide bottled water to the centers. The city encouraged all residents to stay hydrated.

New analysis provides a stunning peek into the inner workings—and potential hazards—of volcanoes thought to have long ago gone quiet.

“Even accepting that Trump has had some successes (and I believe these are few), at his core, his ideology is racism,” retired state judge Elsa Alcala said in a Facebook post.

Three recent decisions from the Eastern District of Pennsylvania have applied the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s opinion Gallagher v. GEICO, 201 A.3d 131 (Pa. 2019) retroactively. On January 23, 2019, Gallagher invalidated the household exclusion finding it violated the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Act. The household exclusion acted as a bar to insureds seeking to stack other uninsured …

Facing a 60-day, state-ordered deadline to move the police department from its mold-infested headquarters or risk stiff penalties, Phillipsburg Town Council agreed Tuesday to move ahead with the renovation of the armory to house police operations.

The Easton Area School Board approved several contracts for services from the Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 (CIU20) at its meeting Tuesday night. CIU20 serves students with special needs in Northampton, Monroe, and Pike counties.