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Government, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
At a 9 a.m. press conference Tuesday, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett said the worst of Hurricane Sandy is over, but there are 1.3 million without power and two deaths.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Palmer Township Planners discuss the zoning map in preparation for the future development around the Route 33 interchange project.
Government, Police & Fire, Volunteers in the News
Thomas Trachta -- a Brooklyn South Narcotics sergeant at the time -- was a first responder on Sept. 11, 2001.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
State Rep. Joe Emrick, R-137th, will hold a town-hall breakfast on Friday at the Nazareth Diner.
Government, Police & Fire
Nazareth Police Chief Thomas Trachta uses the death of Freemansburg Officer Robert Lasso as a reason to stop relying on part-time officers.
Former Upper Nazareth Supervisor, Joe Emrick took the oath of office Jan. 4 as the state representative for district 137.
Nazareth Mayor Fred Daugherty Jr. officially swore in fire officials at the Borough's first meeting of the new year.
After meeting in executive sessions, Nazareth Council calls for a hearing Feb. 3 to decide the future of Officer Swanson.
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