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Patient First will open new medical facility at 25th and Butler streets.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
School board narrowly approves plan to put 'iconic' Wilson factory on the state's KOZ list.
Zoning board position in Wilson left vacant by Stephen Williams' embezzlement charge.
Wilson Area School Board backs away from acting on tax break plan for Dixie plant.
Stephen Williams was charged with stealing from Wilson Lions Club last month.
Fear of downed power lines causes Easton mayor to institute a 9 p.m. curfew.
Borough council hears from Wilson resident about garbage pile that's gotten too big for trash hauler.
Developer wants Wilson School District to back tax-break plan for Dixie Cup property.
Bill Wallace, a teacher and one-time state senate candidate, joins Wilson Area School Board.
Opponents of Pennsylvania's Voter ID law rallied in Easton as the state Supreme Court considers a challenge to the new rule
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