Autopsies are scheduled Monday on the bodies of two people found in an eastern Pennsylvania home.
Pastor Gregory Edwards is calling on clergy to help with racial injustice and organizing an Allentown protest.
That’s especially true in Pennsylvania, where cities and towns could see a 40% revenue shortfall — the most of any state, according to a League of Cities analysis.
One person has died after several reported explosions that destroyed a building and a tractor-trailer in eastern Pennsylvania, a coroner said Tuesday.
A firefighter has been hurt as crews continue to battle a three-alarm fire at a school in Allentown Wednesday morning.
People are receiving special gifts in the Lehigh Valley to help lift spirits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Authorities in Lehigh County say several homes have been caught in the crossfire of a random series of shootings over the past two months.
The president’s announcement came in a tweet Tuesday morning, about 24 hours after another tweet in which he seemed critical of the Pennsylvania’s plans to reopen.
A nonprofit is providing laptops to students in the Allentown School District.
A COVID-19 patient was discharged from the hospital as the Rocky theme song played.
Hospital staff at Lehigh Valley Hospital–Muhlenberg celebrated a man being discharged from the hospital after a battle with COVID-19.
Gov. Tom Wolf has extended his stay-at-home order to include all of Pennsylvania.
No more Peeps are being hatched for at least a couple of weeks — but it shouldn’t affect Easter baskets.
A Wawa employee at the Macungie store has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a spokesperson.
A local distillery is making hand sanitizer in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Alyssa Wruble spends a lot of time at the rink. Sometimes, the 17-year-old spends two sessions a day on the ice and two more gym sessions.
Rev. Kevin Lonergan was sentenced to one to two years in prison for indecent assault against a 17-year-old parishioner in Allentown.
A nearly 400-year-old painting in an Allentown museum has turned out to be an original Rembrandt.
A $1 million winning Pennsylvania Lottery scratch-off ticket was sold in Allentown, according to lottery officials.
A prosecutor says the first two homicides of the year in the eastern Pennsylvania city of Allentown, which happened within days of each other, are both believed to have been self-defense during attempted robberies.