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1 hr ago | NJ.com
Fifteen Easton properties, including the Gov. Wolf Building and Simon Silk Mill, are among those approved for state tax incentives aimed at getting the properties redeveloped, officials announced this afternoon.
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5 hrs ago | Pocono Record
One of the 11 Platinum Plus dancers busted in a prostitution sting at the Allentown strip club pleaded no contest Thursday to offering an undercover officer a sex act for $250 while three other dancers told a judge they want a trial.
In a move applauded repeatedly by conservationists, Northampton County Council Thursday night changed the guidelines for acquiring Open Space, removing the former $300,000 cap to an open-ended figure to be determined on a case-by-case basis.
Rebecca Johnson, left, was sentenced this morning to life in prison without parole in the death of her grandmother.
Officials at Easton Hospital will recognize its designation as a primary stroke center at 1 p.m. Thursday in the main lobby.
Northampton County Council members tonight proposed more than a dozen changes that could fluctuate the county's proposed 2014 budget by millions of dollars.
Two years after establishing a $2.4 million initiative designed to give people the skills needed to enter the job market, Highmark Inc. announced Wednesday that the program has aided 31 nonprofits across the state.
A Northampton County corrections officer has filed a federal lawsuit against the county and Director of Corrections Arnold Matos , claiming she has been systematically undermined in her duties because she is a woman.
A man and a woman were arrested after selling heroin to a police informant outside a convenience store, officials said.
A man prosecutors say was falsely accused of beating an 8-year-old Pen Argyl girl testified this afternoon the child's father is the true culprit.
One of two men charged in the November 2010 armed robbery of the Hellertown McDonald's admitted to participating in the crime in Northampton County Court Monday , according to an article published by the Express-Times.
A federal lawsuit against a Northampton County fire company over an alleged drunken driving incident now has the OK to move forward.
An Easton man is facing up to four years in prison for robbing and attacking a woman in the city's cemetery earlier this year.
A Palmer Township Couple has sued the township, saying an electronic billboard is ruining their quality of life.
A Monroe County man who used to work for a Northampton County company that sells overhead doors is in the slammer because he kept two cell phones issued to him by his former employer, officials said.
A former Bangor man who tried to record his roommate naked after she got out of the shower pleaded guilty Monday to summary offenses.