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On paper, Lisa Scottoline is a little intimidating. She's got more than 30 million copies in print of her books, including 20 best-selling novels. She writes a weekly column, with her daughter, for The Philadelphia Inquirer. She's a graduate of...
According to a variety of sources, Randy Cuthbert will be the recommended choice of the Emmaus High School administration to become the Green Hornets' next football coach. Cuthbert's name will be submitted to the East Penn School District board of...
The Hartford CourantWhen the soon-to-be-named American Athletic Conference gathers in Florida for league meetings May 20-22, members will consider sites for the postseason basketball tournaments. Hartford's XL Center, home of the Big East women's tournament for the past...
After the coffee. Before a long morning of earnings calls. The Skinny: I got through the season finale of "The Following" last night. It wasn't easy. Fortunately, afterward I watched the premiere of Comedy Central's "Inside Amy," which was a tad...
Newspaper circulation numbers released Tuesday show The Morning Call, the Lehigh Valley's largest news organization, had a sharp drop in daily circulation, which the newspaper attributes to subscription price increases in 2012 and a decrease in e-editions...
Hilary Koprowski, a Polish-born researcher who developed the first successful oral vaccine for polio, has died. He was 96. Koprowski died of pneumonia April 11 at his Philadelphia home, said his son, Dr. Christopher Koprowski, a radiation oncologist....
Feliz Día Internacional de la Danza! Welcome to your post-weekend trends report for April 29, 2013. As the international Twitter scene lights up with colorful pictures of people dancing all over the world, the East Coast is more focused on the release...
The Philadelphia InquirerThe national media descended on the Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia last week, shamed into covering the murder trial of Kermit Gosnell by a misplaced sense of obligation. That arrival was compelled by a newspaper column written in USA Today by...
Tags: Abortion, Human Rights, Judges, Politics, Justice System
ReutersThe Sports Xchange Teams wary about Milliner's shoulder Once considered the top cornerback in this year's NFL Draft, Dee Milliner's stock might be dropping because of health issues. Now, just days before the draft, there is some question about...
Tags: NFL Draft, Sports, Football, NFL Scouting Combine
Most people have heard about the bout of "Tulipmania" that spread through the Netherlands in the 17th century, but few know about "Pteridomania," or fern madness. In the 19th century, ferns were part of a popular health regimen. People would go into the...
Applewood Drive rises from Haasadahl Road in South Whitehall Township in a steep climb, and at the top of the hill, there is a reward for the eyes. There are rows of enough lovely apple trees to make John Chapman (the legendary Johnny Appleseed) proud....
Capitol IdeasYo! Pennsylvania has a new secretary at the Health Department. Gov. Tom Corbett promoted Michael Wolf to the top post on Friday. Wolf (that's him to the left) had been serving as “acting secretary” after the October resignation of his......
May 10, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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May 7, 2013 |Story| Hartford Courant
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