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Government, The Neighborhood Files
On the 47th anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid, the Pennsylvania Alliance for Retired Americans and other groups protested outside Sen. Pat Toomey’s office in Salisbury Township.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Summer
There are fewer pool-goers, but those who are going to the Emmaus Community Pool are happier.
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Pennsylvania lawmakers are trying to find a solution to the state's property tax issues.
Revenue from table games is up at Pennsylvania casinos including the Sands in Bethlehem
Economic hard times bring political hard times for the party in power and that spells trouble for Barack Obama
Protesters, courts and the federal government are all getting their say on Pennsylvania's controversial new voter ID law.
Pennsylvania election officials do not plan to seek access to a federal database that would help them identify legal noncitizens, who have registered to vote
Government, Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
A pickup crashed into three Lower Macungie condo garages, causing a gas leak that led to the temporary evacuation of 12 condos.
Pennsylvania's Lieutenant Governor touts program to help job seekers
Emmaus Borough Councilman Wesley Barrett says that he is flattered to be talked about as a potential Democratic contender in the 134th District, but calls those conversations "nothing more than rumor."
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