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Paul Muschick
Reporter, Sr
My Role

When all else fails, people call the Watchdog.

It’s my job to stick up for the little guy and keep businesses and governments honest. I hold them accountable through columns and blogs that expose shady business practices, unethical behavior, waste of public resources and outright fraud.

Businesses and governments have coughed up $350,000+ in cash, goods and services after hearing my bark or feeling my bite.



My Biography

Honored by the Pennsylania NewsMedia Association in 2012 as the top columnist among large newspapers in Pennsylvania.

Previously received awards and accolades from a veterans group for columns about veterans' rights and mistreatment by the VA; The Press Club of Western Pa. for news reporting; the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association for news and health reporting; the Associated Press for deadline contributions; and Elizabetown College for alumnus recognition.

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

It's easier to choose a new electricity supplier 12/17/2014
Winter officially begins this weekend, and if you're dreading the high electric bills that come with it, maybe this will cheer you up and give you a little peace of mind in the spirit of the season.

Jeep owner says power failure leaves her driving in the dark 12/13/2014
The number of recalled vehicles on the road is scary. What scares people like Sandy Busedu even more is the thought of driving a vehicle with a widely reported problem that hasn't been recalled.

No way to say if job creation programs worth the money, audit says 12/10/2014
At a time when our cash-strapped state government should be watching where every penny is spent, an agency that provides hundreds of millions of public dollars to private businesses hasn't been doing enough to make sure that money is spent wisely, a report released Wednesday says.

Mold from next door drove woman from Emmaus home 12/6/2014
Lori Belles made it home before Christmas.

Santa letter scam brings a new Christmas con 12/3/2014
I'm sad to report that even Santa Claus isn't immune to being exploited by grinches looking to steal at Christmas.