Send in the clowns
Much of the Middle East is paralyzed by sectarian strife, up to and including a great deal of violence, between Shiite and Sunni Muslims.
Follow the peoplea s will
I have always believed elected officials were supposed to carry out the will of the people who elected them.
East Washington in turmoil
Councilwoman Lisa Crosier reads a statement at Monday night's borough meeting before she, Council President Bill Adams and Councilman Robert Dunn announced their resignation from East Washington Council.
Huge tree falls on historic home in East Washington
A 100-foot tall maple tree fell on a historic home on Wilmont Avenue in East Washington Monday night.
2,000 Seat Music Venue, 200 parking Spaces?
Parking to be shared with 10 story building of housing? Yeah, the neighborhood will have something to say anout that! Please join us for a neighborhood meeting where we will hear about a proposal by Stone House Development to demolish the Madison Dairy Produce building on the 1000 block of E. Washington Avenue to construct a 45,000 square foot, ... (more)
Making their bed, but not lying in it
Now, they don't seem too sure they want to lie in it; or, at the very least, they don't appear in agreement on the thread-count of the sheets, or their color.
East Washingtona s police overhaul in limbo
Plans to reorganize East Washington's police force are apparently in limbo after borough officials could not agree on whether to begin the process of hiring new officers for the department.
Washington High School graduates first black valedictorian
Ethan East puts the final touches on his valedictorian speech for his Washington High School graduation.