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The following is from the March 19 City Council meeting. All council members were present. * EXTRAORDINARY BUSINESS Mayor Kelly Boyd presented a proclamation declaring April as Donate Life California Month in Laguna Beach to Marisa Garcia, ambassador...
I want to follow up on my recent column about World War II casualty Kenneth Knoll's family and their visit to his grave in Manila. He was from Allentown. His daughter, Sally Getchell, was only 21/2 when 1st Lt. Knoll died on March 24, 1945, from...
What will you be doing at 9 p.m. Wednesday night? If you were fascinated by the meteor that streaked across the Russian sky last month -- briefly outshining the sun -- then you should plan to watch "Nova" on PBS. Wednesday's episode of the excellent...
PHOTOS: The Evolution of the WuShock Mascot 1) In 1904, a student named R.J. Kirk (Class of 1907) came up with the name “Wheat Shockers” for the school, prior to this the university was known as Fairmount College 2) In 1948,...
Harry “Buck” Cline of Williamsport turns 90 years old Thursday. Cline is a World War II veteran who served in the U.S. Army 475th Infantry Group in the Pacific Theatre — China, Burma and India — under Gen. George Stillwell....
Tags: China, U.S. Army, Sunoco Incorporated, Easter
There does not seem to be any middle ground on the issue of physician-assisted suicide. In fact, going by the reactions to Friday's column on that topic, there is no support for any ground other than that for the right of individuals to make end-of-life...
Tags: Coopersburg, Nazareth, Allentown, Cherryville, Suicide
This post has been corrected. See below for details. L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art announced Tuesday that it aims to build its endowment to $100 million and has commitments lifting the total above $60 million as the campaign begins. The museum's...
Lloyd “Vern” Hamner, 87, who at various times in his life called New Mexico, Arizona, California, Oregon, and South Dakota “home”, moved one last time to his final home, Heaven, on March 22, 2013. Vern was a young boy during...
The state of Virginia will issue an historical marker in honor of NASCAR pioneer and Danville native Wendell Scott on April 5. The dedication will be at noon April 5 at the marker’s location at 118 Wendell Scott Drive in Danville. In 1963 Scott...
Ralph L. Miller, 95, Somerset, formerly of Boswell, died March 24, 2013, at In-Touch Hospice House, Somerset. Born July 11, 1917, in Boswell. Son of Jacob F. and Stella (Barton) Miller. Preceded in death by parents, wife of 72 years Florence L. (Berkey)...
Abe Bortz, the Social Security Administration's first historian and a voracious book collector and reviewer, died Tuesday of lymphoma at his home in Pikesville. He was 93. Dr. Bortz grew up in Cincinnati, graduating from high school there in 1937 and...
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