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  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Corbett says PA "lacks the will" to become a Right-to-Work state.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. If you're a Republican hoping that Pennsylvania will join with Michigan and other states that have moved to curtail collective bargaining rights for organized labor, you may be have to find another Christmas wish....
  • Good Manners

     
    There are lots of differences between Bethlehem and other places. One of the biggest ones – how the public’s business is conducted – was on display at Thursday night’s Allentown City Council. Bethlehem has been praised many times...
  • Where in the world is Ed Pawlowski? All over the place, according to his campaign records

     
    When you’re looking at campaign finance reports, the people who give candidates money are often more interesting than where candidates spend it. But that’s not the case with Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski’s latest report. In the first four...
  • Lawfirm that advised Allentown on NIZ to hold fundraiser for Pawlowski

     
    Allentown mayor Ed Pawlowski must be anticipating a stiff challenge from announced third-party mayoral candidate and former city councilman Michael Donovan. With no Republican opponent, Donovan is Pawlowski's only obstacle to a third term. Or might the...
  • Former councilman files paperwork to challenge Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski

     
    The Allentown mayoral race is officially contested. Former City Councilman W. Michael Donovan filed nomination papers as an independent candidate for mayor by the Aug. 1 deadline, Lehigh County election officials said. Donovan announced in April that he...
  • Poll: One-Term Tom

     
    Yo! Gov. Tom Corbett would stand little chance at winning a second term if the election were held today instead of 17 months from now, according to the latest Quinnipiac University poll. The poll, released Friday, shows U.S. Rep. Allyson......
  • Allentown mayor not happy with UGI "pilot" gas leak detection program

     
    Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski is not happy with UGI Gas' new leak protection program approved Thursday by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. The utility was ordered to create a pilot program to enhance its ability to detect gas leaks as part of...
  • Schwartz to speak, meet with Democrats in Allentown this week

     
    Allyson Schwartz, the Democratic Congresswoman and announced 2014 candidate for Pennsylvania governor will visit Allentown Friday, addressing the Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce's annual Lehigh Valley Women's Summit at Cedar Crest College. Schwartz is...
  • Council president rules at council rules committee

     
    First rule of public comment: don’t talk about public comment. Heeding criticism raised during Allentown’s debate over a proposed water and sewer lease, Allentown City Council held a committee meeting Wednesday to discuss council procedure for...
  • In case you missed Allentown City Council last night...

     
    Things got a little rowdy at Allentown City Council's meeting Wednesday night when about 100 residents crowding council chambers were not permitted to speak about the city's proposed water and sewer lease. The group showed up to protest Mayor Ed...
  • William Michael Donovan to run for Allentown mayor

     
    Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski is unopposed no more. Former city councilman William Michael Donovan is planning a bid for mayor. Donovan, who was elected to council as a Democrat, will run as an independent candidate. He'll make a formal announcement on...
  • Allentown calls news conference on water, sewer lease bids

     
    Best and final offer bids on Allentown's proposed water and sewer lease are due today at 2 p.m., and according to city officials we'll find out something today. What exactly? We're still not sure. City Spokesman Mike Moore has called a news conference for...