SummerFest: The Pocono Mountains Is Filled With Shops, Restaurants & Breathtaking ViewsWelcome to Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania -- where the rails move tourists from place to place amid the beautiful scenery of the Lehigh Gorge in the Pocono Mountains.
Police: Husband And Wife Arrested In Connection With Overdose DeathWesttown-East Goshen Regional Police Department announced the arrests of a couple in connection with an overdose death.
Oldest American Celebrates 114th Birthday In PennsylvaniaThe oldest known living person in the United States is celebrating her 114th birthday in Pennsylvania.
Lehigh University Student Petition Calls For Revoking Trump's Honorary DegreeStudents and graduates of Lehigh University are urging the school to revoke the honorary degree of President Donald Trump after his comments that both sides are to blame for the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Montgomery County Father, Son Arrested On Child Porn ChargesA Montgomery County father and son have been arrested on child pornography charges after investigators found hundreds of sexually explicit images on their computers.
Invasive Insect Poses Threat To Fruit Trees, Grape VinesState officials are still trying to develop an effective way to stop it the spotted lantern fly.
Police: Group Broke Into Home, Killed Man In Front Of DaughterIsaac Navarro, 29, was charged in Lehigh County with homicide, robbery and conspiracy in connection.
Wolf Posts Criticism Of Trump's 'Blame On Both Sides' RemarkGov. Tom Wolf is criticizing President Donald Trump's comment at a news conference that "there's blame on both sides" for last weekend's violent clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Cancer Survivor To Embark On 301-Mile Kayaking JourneyWhen Carolyn Choate was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in 2003, her tumor had already grown the size of a golf ball. Doctors gave her three years to live.
Pennsylvania School District Won't Let Children Outside For Recess During Solar EclipseThe Cumberland Valley School District sent a letter to parents Monday saying the decision was made after consulting the district's physician.
Pa. State Tests Are Getting Shorter Starting Spring 2018Pennsylvania students will spend less time filling in bubbles with number-two pencils next spring, under standardized test changes announced Monday morning.
Police Take Down 'Death To White Power' Sign Hung Over Railroad OverpassThere were also “Anti-White Power” and “Anti-Racism” flyers and signs that were scattered on 9th Street and Spring Garden.