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Pope Francis names Philadelphia priest auxiliary bishop – Herald

June 1, 2016 Philadelphia No Comments
Posted: Tuesday, May 31, 2016 7:15 pm Pope Francis names Philadelphia priest auxiliary bishop Associated Press | PHILADELPHIA — Pope Francis has named a Philadelphia priest an auxiliary bishop in a archdiocese. The Rev. Monsignor Edward Deliman was allocated to a post.

Brush glow slows Route 22 trade by Lehigh Valley

June 1, 2016 Allentown No Comments
A Pennsylvania Department of Transportation shows trade negligence a dusk of Tuesday, May 31, 2016, on Route 22 West, on a right of a highway, west of Airport Road in Hanover Township, Lehigh County, since of fume from a brush glow and firefighters’ response to a incident. (Courtesy print | For lehighvalleylive.com)  A hazed glow slowed trade Tuesday dusk on Route 22 between Bethlehem and Allentown, accord

Four immature falcons in Reading off to a good start

June 1, 2016 Reading No Comments
Reading Eagle: Sarah Stier | Art McMorris, a peregrine falcon dilettante from a Pennyslvania Game Commission, examines a nestling. Article source: http://www.readingeagle.com/news/article/four-young-falcons-in-reading-off-to-a-good-start

At internal festival, cicadas on a mind and menu

June 1, 2016 Scranton No Comments
The line to a break list snakes around a vast southern red ash trees and a ponderosa pines, their open leaves an youth green. The hundreds of people collected are not watchful to squeeze popcorn or string candy. No, instead they are in line for a once-in-17-years’ delicacy: cicadas. Welcome to a Magicicada Festival, hold Memorial Day weekend during a West Virginia University Arboretum, a 90-acre area of timb

Bethlehem military moment down on crime with ‘Steel Force’

June 1, 2016 Bethlehem No Comments
BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Bethlehem military arrested 19 people during Operation Steel Force, final week’s collaborative crime-fighting bid that directed to send a transparent summary to criminals that their wrong activities will not be tolerated in a city. The three-day operation’s categorical design was to control strong patrols and coercion in high-call volume area

RubberDucks blast Curve

June 1, 2016 Allentown No Comments
Every starter had a hit, and starting pitcher Shawn Morimando combined to his teenager league-leading win sum as Akron thumped a Curve, 11-4. The RubberDucks are now 8-3 opposite Altoona this season. Akron has been scarcely unbeatable during Canal Park, going 20-4, and had a 17-game home winning strain snapped Sunday by Harrisburg. The Senators also kick a RubberDucks on Monday, so Akron was in need of removing beh

School District Inviting Public Input as Elementary School Planning Develops

June 1, 2016 State College No Comments
As State College Area School District starts an accelerated district-wide comforts master plan (DWFMP), a open has a event to give contention on a destiny of several facile schools. The devise is focused on intensity restoration or construction during Corl Street, Houserville and Radio Park facile schools, as good as final if Lemont Elementary should be combined with Houserville, an choice that’s been deliberate

Media Outlets Snag Secret Letter Behind $60K Deal

June 1, 2016 Wilkes-Barre No Comments
     (CN) — Media outlets can entrance a tip minute that led a Pennsylvania electric association to compensate $60,000 for insufficiently restoring energy after a snowstorm, a Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled.     The brawl stems from a sirocco that disrupted a electrical use of over 388,000 PPL Electric Utilities Corp. business on Oct. 29, 2011, justice annals show.     The Public Utility Commissi

Software association opens Allentown office

June 1, 2016 Allentown No Comments
A Uniondale, N.Y., veteran services company, whose program creates it probable for utilities such as PPL Corp. to yield and check business for electricity from dozens of rival appetite suppliers, has non-stop a initial Pennsylvania bureau in downtown Allentown. To start, EC Infosystems will occupy 10 workers, including many former PPL employees, on a second building of a former Schoen’s Furniture building in

Federal supervision sues Erie proprietor over purported debt

June 1, 2016 Erie No Comments
The Pennsylvania Record May 31, 2016, 6:43pm PITTSBURGH — The sovereign supervision is suing an Erie resident, citing purported delinquent debt. The United States of America filed a censure on Jun 5 in a U.S. District Court for a Western District of Pennsylvania opposite Toni Harmon, alleging that a Erie proprietor unsuccessful to compensate a debt amounting to $14,774.82. According to a complaint, a plain


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