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Hurricane Ida leads to Lehigh Valley residents facing mold resulting in serious health problems by Megan Frank September 7, 2021 People around the region are still cleaning up from flooding after last week’s severe storms. Joe Kozacheck, co-owner and president of Air Care and Restoration in Bethlehem, said all of that water can lead to […]

Up until a few years ago, some municipalities used wastewater from oil and gas drilling as a cheap way to keep dust down on unpaved roads. Several state lawmakers would like to allow the practice again.

Pennsylvanians may see rivers and streams hit their high water levels in the next few days. State officials are still tallying the damage from Tropical Storm Ida, but they say the commonwealth could be in for more flash floods in the future. 

Flood waters took the life of the father of a Moravian University student Wednesday as he was heading home from a college volleyball game. 

Northampton County is in ‘recovery mode’ following Tropical Storm Ida By Hayden Mitman September 3, 2021 Emergency teams in Northampton County are in “recovery mode” following multiple water rescues, road closures and power outages throughout the county. Becky Bartlett, the county’s deputy director of administration, said EMS teams rescued several drivers from flooded waterways overnight […]


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