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Developer pitches adult to 20 bureau condos in downtown Allentown

May 4, 2016 Allentown No Comments
If you’re one of those people who have scoffed during how developer J.B. Reilly seems to have cornered a marketplace on downtown growth in Allentown, here’s your possibility to buy in. Reilly is proposing a new bureau building during Sixth and Hamilton Street that would be forged into as many as 20 condominiums that could be sole to companies wanting to buy into Allentown’s Neighborhood Improvemen

Opioid overdoses a national, Erie epidemic

May 4, 2016 Erie No Comments
Riazzi, afterwards a teenager, sole a opioid painkillers to a co-worker, though after a few months he wanted to see what all a bitch was about. He attempted a few himself. “I fell in love,” pronounced Riazzi, of Erie, now a 41-year-old operations manager during World Gutter Systems. “They done me feel great, that all seemed better.” Riazzi’s hearing incited into an addiction. Over a

Officials ID male killed in shootout outward dollar store

May 4, 2016 Reading No Comments
READING, Pa. (AP) — Officials have identified a male killed in a shootout outward a Pennsylvania dollar store, that investigators contend happened during a written altercation. Article source:

Community Events Listings, May 4, 2016 – Scranton Times

May 4, 2016 Scranton No Comments
Archbald Society meets: Archbald Borough Historical Society meeting, Monday, 7 p.m., Borough Building, 400 Church St.; speakers on story of from St. Mary of Czestochowa Church, Eynon, and skeleton for arriving 100th birthday festivities; 570-487-3790. Carbondale Prayer day: Carbondale Area Ministerium watching National Day of Prayer, Thurs­day, 6:30 p.m., Carbondale Train Station, hymn/contemporary Christian song

Lancaster Family Dollar Store attacked during gunpoint

May 4, 2016 Lancaster No Comments
The suspects are dual Hispanic males, any approximately 20 years of age.  One of a suspects was carrying a black handgun and a other a blade with a tiny blade. They demanded employees open a register and a safe, and afterwards stole cash and a cell phone. The think with a gun was wearing a black coupler with a white hooded sweatshirt with a hood pulled up, khaki pants, a black ski facade and was carrying a blue

Blair approves puncture repairs for building leak

May 4, 2016 Allentown No Comments
The source of a leak, above a building’s Union Street entrance, was found final week when it was raining. Buckets were strategically placed to locate a upsurge and shorten a seepage. One bucket was positioned on a tip building of a comparison territory of a courthouse, in a yield space tighten to a corner of a roof. A hole was cut into a wall to benefit entrance to that area, Commissioner Terry Tomassetti pro

French Alliance of 1778 validated May 4th in York, PA

May 4, 2016 York No Comments
US Bicentennial Postage Stamp commemorating signing of Treaty of Alliance with France during a American Revolution The Treaty of Alliance with France, during a Revolutionary War, was both sealed in France and validated by a Continental Congress while York was a chair of supervision for a new nation. Without France’s poignant troops aid, supposing by this treaty, it is puzzled that a Revolutionary War would ha

State chronological pen to mining engineers to be dedicated in Wilkes-Barre

The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, a American Institute of Mining Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, and a Society for Mining Metallurgy and Exploration and a Pennsylvania Anthracite Section will attend in a loyalty of an central Commonwealth Historical Marker commemorating a 1871 initial of a American Institute of Mining Engineers. The loyalty rite will be hold during 3 p.m. Monday, May 16, du

Penn State Lehigh Valley Student Awards Ceremony recipients announced

May 4, 2016 Allentown No Comments
Academic endowment recipients, grant winners and university scholars were famous for their achievements on Wednesday, Apr 27 during Penn State Lehigh Valley’s Student Awards Ceremony. Michael Krajsa, instructor in business during Penn State Lehigh Valley and target of a 2015 Teaching Excellence Award, was a keynote speaker. For images from this event, visit:

Vandalized statue of 19th century brewer easy and dedicated

May 4, 2016 Reading No Comments
Reading Eagle: Susan L. Angstadt | Jake Bausher, left, a owners of Canal Street Pub, chats Tuesday with Bob Pease, boss and CEO of a U.S. Brewers Association after a rite during a Frederick Lauer Monument in City Park. Article source:

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