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  • Allentown mayor hits the campaign trail

     
    About a half dozen people were on hand to welcome Mayor Ed Pawlowski during a campaign stop in York Tuesday. The York visit, which closed down a street outside one of the city’s most popular downtown restaurants, was the third......
  • Pawlowski calls for moment of silence to honor former President Kennedy

     
    Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski has asked city churches and the public to join a day of remembrance on Friday in honor of the late President John F. Kennedy. Pawlowski and other members of the U.S. Conference of Mayors have asked churches to ring their bells...
  • Rendell: I'm not endorsing anyone. For real this time.

     
    Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell is not endorsing anyone for governor in 2014. He’s been saying it for months. And just because he’s attending an upcoming Emily's List fundraiser, and the group has endorsed Democratic candidate and U.S....
  • Allentown police chief candidates meet with residents

    The final four candidates for Allentown police chief emphasized the benefits of community policing Thursday night as they faced city residents at a public forum. The candidates, who were selected from a field of more than 40 people with the help of a...
  • York delegation visits Allentown to learn about the NIZ

     
    A delegation of officials from York, PA visited Allentown Friday to learn about the Neighborhood Improvement Zone. Mayor Ed Pawlowski, State Senator Pat Browne and State Rep. Mike Schlossberg hosted the group from York, which is among eight cities...
  • Ideology usually doesn't drive local government

    Ideology usually doesn't drive local government
    My mostly positive column last week about Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski didn't draw as much response as the earlier satirical column mocking his gubernatorial aspirations, but I did hear from a guy who raised an interesting issue. I left his all-caps...
  • 'Complete makeover' at Hanover Eatery

    'Complete makeover' at Hanover Eatery
    Patrons of the former Golden View Diner in Hanover Township, Northampton County, won't recognize much of anything at their old stomping grounds – most notably, the name. Now known as Hanover Eatery, the building at 5090 Bath Pike (Route 512)...
  • In the loop on 'Breaking Bad' — and the election

    In the loop on 'Breaking Bad' — and the election
    I try to stay up to date with popular culture, for lots of professional and personal reasons. I like using fairly current movie and TV references as jumping-off points for columns or as topics for my blog. Plus I just like knowing what people are...
  • Rendell: Pawlowski would be a contender for gov if he raises the dough

     
    Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski has an uphill battle ahead in his bid for Pennsylvania governor, but he shouldn't be rulled out as a contender, former Gov. Ed Rendell said Sunday. Rendell, who served as the state’s governor from 2003 to 2011 (and...
  • Report: Fiscal cliff could "wreck" city and state budgets.

     
    We've already heard Corbett administration Budget Czar Charles Zogby warn that Pennsylvania could lose $300 million in federal money if Congressional Republicans and the Obama White House don't reach an agreement on the "fiscal cliff" before year's end....
  • 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...