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Paul Muschick
Reporter, Sr
My Role

Consumer advocate columnist investigating complaints of poor service and arrogance from businesses; scams; and government waste and incompetence.
My Biography

Graduated from Elizabethtown College in 1993 with a major in communications and a minor in business administration. Before joining The Morning Call in 2004, worked for the Pottsville Republican, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and Greensboro (N.C.) News & Record. Experience covering crime, politics, local government, transportation and environmental issues. Previous duties at The Morning Call included reporting on Allentown and Northampton County government and politics.
My Interests

Sports, reading, running, photography
My Recent Articles

Heartbleed computer bug shouldn't be dismissed 4/16/2014
You may need to change passwords. If your heart skipped a beat when you heard about the latest major online security threat, a bug called Heartbleed , calm down. It's not worth having a heart attack over.

Gym's sudden closure not working out for members 4/9/2014
Members seek refunds from The Fitness Line club run by police association Some members of The Fitness Line gym in North Whitehall Township started losing the warm feeling they had for their workout spot when they had to exercise in chilly conditions over the winter.

Popular mobile apps weren't secure, feds allege 4/5/2014
Be smart when using your smartphone on public Wi-Fi. If you've gotten so used to using your smartphone anywhere that you don't think twice about using it to shop and manage your financial affairs while you're out and about, this should make you think twice.

More facing higher electric costs 4/2/2014
Some fixed-rate customers will see a hike, and some will get one-time charge to cover high winter costs. If you thought you avoided higher electricity costs this winter because you didn't buy power from competitive suppliers who jacked up their variable rates, you may be in for a delayed shock later this spring and summer.

Bethlehem woman felt dumped on by city 3/29/2014
Snow dropped from bridge damaged her property. If you think your government has dumped on you, wait until you hear what happened to Janet Fleming. The city of Bethlehem really dumped on her.