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TRENTON, N.J. — Gov. Chris Christie has raised a record $6.2 million for his re-election effort as the Republican seeks a second term in November. The amount collected through May 2 is almost as much as the $6.8 million Christie raised in the...
Emergency managers and first responders will focus on two concerns at this year's Florida Governor's Hurricane Conference: The need for residents to grasp the potential deadliness of storm surge and the odds of a hurricane strike this year. A...
Tags: Politics, Disasters and Accidents, FEMA, Hurricanes, Government
Valley employment is back to pre-recession high ... Air Products to build its first heat exchanger for United States ... Amazon warehouse worker lawsuit can proceed ... Allentown hockey arena zone businesses are putting up money for downtown...
It's a common refrain at City Hall: Employee raises have been frozen since 2009 due to austere budget conditions. But that doesn't necessarily mean city employees haven't been making more money. In 2012, roughly three-quarters of the top 45 salary-...
Brian Buhman, a 30-year-old Quakertown resident, was honored at the White House last month for his work as a volunteer state coordinator of Team Rubicon USA, a nonprofit disaster response service comprised of U.S. military veterans. Buhman, who served...
Tags: U.S. Military, Politics, FEMA, Hurricanes, East Greenville
Weather disasters including tornadoes, the derecho storm and Hurricane Sandy caused at least $48 million in property and crop damages in Maryland last year, the costliest since 2003, according to data released Thursday. Five people also died from...
The bright sunshine may not be great for your skin, but there were plenty of people out fishing and fly fishing on the Little Lehigh Creek around lunchtime Thursday. Trout stockings for the spring will end this month, so make sure to check on the...
The Hellertown - Lower Saucon Chamber of Commerce's 91st banquet will be held 5-8 p.m. May 31at Silver Creek Country Club. Those being honored include: Josh Popichak, editor of the Hellertown-Lower Saucon PATCH, was selected to receive the Community...
NEW YORK -- There are many things to protest against in the world, and people rallying against a fair number of them took to one of New York’s iconic squares on May Day as part of nationwide rallies in celebration of the traditional workers holiday....
A typical morning at the Lehigh Valley Outreach Depot in Bethlehem: Communications coordinator Bob Totten gets a call from the Fairfield Inn & Suites, Bethlehem, offering to donate 20 new sleeper-sofas. The same hotel in the past has donated 50 TV sets,...
Lehigh Valley WildWith recreational fishing and boating season upon us, the Christie Administration has released a "Jersey Shore Open for Boating" fact sheet and flier to educate the public on having a safe time on the water. Waterways in some areas may be very different...
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