Author: Paul Gordon

Ban on Releasing Police Officer Names After Shootings Passes PA House, Senate

HARRISBURG- Yesterday, October 27th, an Amendment to Law and Justice Act (Title 44) passed the House and Senate by a bi-partisan, Veto-proof majority in both chambers. The Amendment creates a ban on releasing police officers’ names after an event in which a citizen is killed or seriously harmed as a result of police action. The bill was passed on the last day of a voting session with little debate offered in either chamber. If Governor Wolf vetoes the bill, it is unclear if the House and Senate will be reconvened in an emergency session to override the veto. The...

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Kane Leaves Courthouse in Cuffs After Getting Jail Sentence

PHILADELPHIA-  Kathleen Kane, the former Attorney General of PA, and once rising star of the Democrat Party, was sentenced today by Montgomery County Judge Wendy Demchick-Alloy.  The judge sentenced Kane to 10 to 23 months in Jail after being found guilty of passing information from a sealed grand jury investigations to target a political rival, then lying under oath when questioned about it.  Judge Wendy Demchick-Alloy stated, when passing sentence, “This case is about ego – the ego of a politician consumed with her image from Day One.  This case is about retaliation and revenge against perceived enemies who...

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Sweet Award for Easton Chocolate Maker, Chocodiem

A local Chocolate Maker was recognized as being a “top ten chocolatier in North America” by the Institute of Culinary Education this month, and a celebration is scheduled at the Chocolatier’s shop October 20th, in Easton.  Here is the full press release.   PRESS RELEASE EASTON, PA: Chocolatier, Jean-Paul Hepp (JP), was named a top ten chocolatier in North America by the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City on October 3rd.  A celebration will be held at the Easton Public Market on October 20th from 5pm-7pm with live music and complimentary confections from his shop, Chocodiem. Easton’s Mayor...

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Upper Milford Fire Destroys Home, Kills Three Pets

Upper Milford Township- A Lehigh County home in Upper Milford Township was destroyed after a devastating fire Monday morning, October 17th.  The fire happened at the 3400 block of Bleiler Road. According to officials, the fire started in the rear of the home and spread quickly.  There were four people inside the home at the time the fire started, along with three pets. The four people in the home were able to escape.  However, the three pets were all lost.  The home is a total...

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