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Bank robber the 'Straw Hat Bandit' is arrested by FBI

Serial bank robber dubbed the 'Straw Hat Bandit' is arrested by FBI agents for 'holding up 11 Pennsylvania banks and stealing $500,000' A convicted bank robber, dubbed the 'Straw Hat Bandit', has been arrested again on suspicion of being responsible for a recent string of Pennsylvania bank robberies. Richard Boyle, who was convicted in 2008 of holding up eight banks, was arrested on similar charges by federal agents on Thursday.

Monroe County borough passes LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance

Stroudsburg's new ordinance passed in a 4-3 vote Tuesday, making it the first nondiscrimination ordinance in Monroe County to include LGBT protections. The ordinance establishes a Human Relations Commission that would ensure opportunities for employment, housing, public accommodations and equal access to postsecondary education "regardless of race, color, se

'Straw Hat Bandit' who stole $500K in bank jobs nabbed, feds say

The "Straw Hat Bandit" responsible for a series of eastern Pennsylvania bank robberies turned out to be a guy from Bucks County who ran an unsuccessful photography business, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced Thursday. Richard Boyle, 57, of Doylestown, faces 11 counts of bank robbery and related offenses in connection with a string of holdups between 2012 and 2016 in Bucks and Montgomery counties, according to a federal ind

Brothers wives' give birth at same hospital within 18 hours

The Intelligencer says the coincidences don't end there. Brothers Matthew and Michael Klenk were both born at what's now Abington Hospital-Jefferson Health, and both are music teachers in the North Penn School District.

Crawford Supports Silver Oxysalts Speaker Panel at the Symposium for Advanced Wound Care

The symposium was moderated by Dr. Marco Romanelli, a world-renowned wound physician and an Assistant Professor at the University of Pisa in Italy. The panel also included Lindsay Kalan PhD, from the University of Pennsylvania Department of Dermatology, Catherine Milne from Connecticut Clinical Nursing Associates and Dr. Charles Lee, FACS who is the Chief of Plastic Surgery at St. Mary's Medical Center in San Francisco.

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