Domino's Owner: 'I Acted Appropriately and Within the Law' in Firing Deaf Teen
Brian Rozinski, the owner of the Lansdale Domino's since 1992--who came under fire recently for allegedly firing a deaf Hatfield teen-- told The Reporter that , while there is pending litigation involving Kyle Riess, 17, in the end, people will see he "acted appropriately" and "within the law" in firing Riess.
Truck driver charged in Pa. crash that closed I-81
Authorities in south-central Pennsylvania have filed charges against a tractor-trailer driver who fled the scene of an accident that closed Interstate 81 for hours.
The Sanatoga Post
Architects: High School Project Needs Zoning Variances
Architects and engineers for the Pottsgrove School District confirmed Monday night with the Lower Pottsgrove Planning Commission that they must seek township zoning variances before portions of new construction can begin in the renovation and expansion of Pottsgrove High School on Kauffman Road.
Two people shot during Allentown drive by, police say
Two people were shot early this morning in the 200 block of North 13th Street in Allentown , city police report.
Refrigerated & Frozen Foods
Clemens Food Group Improves Warehouse Processes with Crown's Fleet Management System
As with most warehouse and fleet managers today, Kevin Shayer, general manager of distribution and warehousing, Clemens Food Group continually faces pressure to reduce costs and improve operator and forklift productivity.
Spoken Word Night, '60s Dance Highlight Week Ahead in Lansdale Area
LANSDALE COUNCIL AND COMMITTEES The Economic Development Committee/Communication Commission meets Monday night at First Baptist Church in Lansdale.