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Working papers are required and all state and federal regulations will be followed. Read more
Tick control is the aim of a study targeting the Lehigh Valley and Pocono regions By Megan FrankMay 26, 2022 A new $1 million study Read more
Bowery Farming could hold a key to the future of food security. Read more
The mayor would like to use the money for infrastructure. Do you agree? Read more
The Pa. Department of State has offered some guidance, officials say. Read more
The expiring program affects people in the medical, real estate, and cosmetology industries. Read more
House lawmakers previously approved the bill. It now goes to the full Senate for consideration. Read more
The process of finding an alternative supplier can be complicated, officials say. Read more
Monitoring waste water will allow health officials to have a better idea what's really happening. Read more
Every year public school districts pay more than $3 billion to charter schools in the Pennsylvania, officials say. Read more
The ruling could impact the race between Lehigh County judicial candidates Republican David Ritter and Democrat Zachary Cohen. Read more
"...Now I feel welcome. I feel wanted," Santiago said. Read more
Cancer survivors who have made a difference beyond their own illness will be celebrated. Read more
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Cases have risen sharply across Lehigh and Northampton counties. Read more

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