Cyber Spying Case Tops Local News
Ex-Easton school official accused of spying on his colleagues as Forks police search warrant seizes two of his computers.
A former Easton Area School District official is under investigation for allegedly spying on his colleagues. Forks Township police seized two computers used by Thomas Drago, the district's former director of technology Thomas Drago, police chief Greg Dorney said Monday.
A man found by Palmer Township police sitting at a picnic table at Old Orchard Park Monday afternoon is a “known distributor” of marijuana and the subject of residents’ complaints, court records say.
Wilson police have offered a reward for anyone who helps them find the men who robbed the CVS last month. Police and the group Crime Stoppers -- with funding from the pharmaceutical company Purdue Pharma L.P., -- are offering $2,500 for information leading to the arrest.
A major winter storm was hitting the Northeast and New England Friday into Saturday with Palmer and Forks Townships expected to get six to 10 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service.
A Bethlehem man who allegedly blamed his sex addiction for the rape of two teens he met on Facebook may have other victims, Northampton County's District Attorney said Wednesday.
The Route 33 Interchange project in Palmer Township is now more than just a concept. That highway project is expected to be completed in late 2014. But the idea for the project and for development of the 800 acres surrounding it came from a concept by Charles Chrin Companies many years ago.