ALLENTOWN, Pa. — The mayor of Pennsylvania’s third-largest city has won a fourth term despite facing federal corruption charges that could land him in prison. Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski, a Democrat, beat Republican real estate developer Nat Hyman on Tuesday. Pawlowski has denied accusations that he accepted more than $150,000 in campaign contributions in exchange...
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- Mayor indicted on corruption charges elected to 4th term
By Associated Press - Wednesday Nov 8, 2017
- Mayor, ex-mayor in 2 Pennsylvania cities sold favors
By ANTHONY IZAGUIRRE, Associated Press - Wednesday Jul 26, 2017
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The mayor of Allentown and the former mayor of Reading have been charged with corruption for a series of pay-to-play schemes officials likened to putting for-sale signs on their offices while promising political favors to deep-pocketed donors.Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski and former Reading Mayor Vaughn Spencer have been charged with multiple counts of bribery and fraud, according to indictments that detail how the two Democrats handed lucrative city contracts to donors who showered them with cash and gifts.Spencer, who was elected Reading's mayor in 2012, sought to keep large sums of money flowing to a re-election campaign and is reported to have made clear to donors he would use the power of his office to punish those who didn't provide satisfactory cash contributions, prosecutors said.
- Names & Faces: Ben Tetzlaff, Allen Hurns
Thursday Sep 21, 2017
Ben Tetzlaff The Pennsylvania high school golfer defied huge odds by recording two holes-in-one in the same round. Tetzlaff, who attends Parkland High in Allentown, Pa., actually did it in a nine-hole practice round Monday at Iron Lakes Country Club. The feat was witnessed by Parkland coach Scott Levan and friend John Angelella. “I still can’t believe it, and I’m the one who did it,” Tetzlaff told the Allentown Morning Call. The National Hold-In-One Registry calculated the odds of the feat at 67-million-to-1. Tetzlaff sank a gap wedge on the 104-yard second hole and hit a 9-iron on the 140-yard sixth hole. The 17-year-old senior said he hopes to play golf in college.
- Bartolo Colon dissed? Vet says ex-Mets mates didn’t recruit him
By Thomas Lipe - Friday Jul 14, 2017
ALLENTOWN, Pa. — Any Mets fans upset the team did not make a reunion with Bartolo Colon happen might want to put the blame where it belongs — on the current Mets players, Big Sexy’s former teammates. Last Friday, Colon “stunned” Mets officials, and disappointed many fans when he decided to sign a minor league...
- ‘You cut her in half’: Judge won’t reduce prison time for driver in deadly DUI wreck
By Joshua Rhett Miller - Friday Jun 30, 2017
A convicted drunk driver who was texting when he struck a pedestrian so hard that the impact “cut her in half” won’t see his prison sentence reduced, a judge in Pennsylvania ruled. Superior Court Judge Carl Solano rejected the appeal to reduce the 13- to 26-year prison sentence of Jose Santiago, 35, of Allentown, in...
- Ex-teacher pleads guilty to sending masturbating Snapchats to students
By Associated Press - Tuesday Oct 10, 2017
ALLENTOWN, Pa. — A former Pennsylvania high school music teacher accused of sending explicit messages to students has pleaded guilty. Thirty-year-old David Borghesani, of Northampton, entered the plea Monday in a county court to a corruption of minors charge. According to court documents, a charge of unlawful contact with a minor has been withdrawn as...