An Amsterdam court has rejected a request by a group of AkzoNobel shareholders to order an extraordinary meeting of shareholders to discuss dismissing the paint and coatings company's supervisory board chairman.
The Allentown Fair has long been a source entertainment, but 100 years ago this month the federal government leased the 46-acre tract and turned it into Camp Crane, the only training ground for the U.S. Army Ambulance Service.
A Virginia State Police special agent killed by a convicted felon in a Richmond public housing complex was a father of three and former Marine who mentored disadvantaged kids and founded a youth wrestling club.
Relatives of a passenger and flight attendant killed in the crash of United Flight 93 during the 9/11 attacks say they hope to keep the memory of the 40 passengers and crew alive for another generation.
Students in Kim Corel's art class at Penn's Valley Area High School made paintings that will be sent to a school in Ndola, Zambia. The project is part of Haven of Hope, a global Christian organization that sparks hope and change in impoverished communities in Zambia and Uganda.
Students make paintings for Haven of Hope project
State police block off road into Wallaceton
How one family in rural Pa. is fighting Sunoco pipeline construction
NYPD searching for service dog stolen from Army veteran in the Bronx