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Tag Archives: Allentown

PPL updates net-zero carbon emission plans (access required)

PPL Corp. of Allentown has set a new goal to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. The company is currently on track to achieve a 70% reduction from 2010 levels by 2035, and an 80% reduction from 2010 levels by 2040, it said. The latest goals, which cover greenhouse gas emissions from generation and other ...

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1,500 net jobs lost in October: study (access required)

While economic indicators remain high for the U.S. economy as a whole, central and southeastern Pennsylvania have been beset by tumultuous global trade and a weak manufacturing sector for the last year and a half, according to a recently published study by analysts at RKL, a business consulting firm based in Lancaster.

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Guest view: Pronoun Lowdown (access required)

Once upon a time, English pronouns were simple: him/his, her/hers, it/its, they/their. But even Shakespeare saw limitations with this scant number of options. As far back as 1594, he was bending grammar rules, especially the stricture that a singular noun takes a singular pronoun. From his Comedy of Errors comes this line: “There’s not a ...

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