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  • Blood supplies are critically low at Miller-Keystone Blood Center

     
    Miller-Keystone Blood Center announced Tuesday that blood supplies are critically low and encourages elibile donors to register to give blood as soon as possible....
  • Sweeney Todd kicks off Freddy season

     
    The Freddy Awards kick off in weekend with Stephen Sondheim's dark musical "Sweeney Todd," presented by Blair Academy in Blairstown, N.J. Thursday through Saturday. The Freddy Awards is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with a record number of...
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Corbett Endorses Romney As The GOP Family Follies Continue.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. With Rick Santorum's candidacy safely in the rearview mirror, Gov. Tom Corbett officially endorsed the MittBOT3000 for president yesterday. Or, rather, the Romney campaign put out a statement announcing that Corbett...
  • Baseball: San Fernando contingent headed to the state of Iowa

     
    San Fernando High is going to have its own little rooting section at William Penn University in Oskaloosa, Iowa. That's because a group of San Fernando baseball players are headed to William Penn, according to Coach Armando Gomez. They include......
  • Garden paths

    Garden paths
    Online refer: For more garden photos, go to baltimoresun.com/travel. For more information on gardening, read Susan Reimer's blog at baltimoresun.com/gardenvariety When Cheval Opp retired from IBM, she knew exactly what she would do with her time....
  • 2009 Summer Theater Preview

    2009 Summer Theater Preview
    PENNSYLVANIA SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL A notoriously difficult Shakespeare play being staged for the first time and an iconic American musical that has a surprising connection to Shakespeare make 18th season of the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival at DeSales...
  • New Castle, Delaware

    New Castle, Delaware
    Go here: With its cobblestone streets, sweeping views of the Delaware River, grassy commons and rich architectural heritage, New Castle's historic district ranks among the finest heritage towns in the Mid-Atlantic. It's got history: William Penn first set...
  • Tour #2: Nine Yocco's Cheese Dogs

    Take Easton Avenue/William Penn Highway out of Bethlehem toward Easton. Turn left at the Farmersville Road light -- by Skateaway -- and make third left onto Rexford Drive, then the second right onto Jeanette Drive. Tune in 107.7 FM and enjoy the lights...
  • Bethlehem soldier dies in Afghanistan

    Bethlehem soldier dies in Afghanistan
    Army Spc. Joshua A. Harton was a zombie movie-loving wise guy who was looking forward to getting out of the "crap hole" of Afghanistan in February but instead will be memorialized in a few days by his stricken relatives, who learned over the weekend...
  • Tabb High teacher, coach Joe Levi remembered for his humor and empathy

    Tabb High teacher, coach Joe Levi remembered for his humor and empathy
    Cancer claimed Joe Levi quickly, seven weeks after diagnosis, a cruel swiftness that could have made his death agonizing to so many. To his family. To his colleagues and friends on the faculties of Tabb and Peninsula Catholic high schools. To the...
  • 'How the States Got Their Shapes': See the USA in a whole new way

    When we look at the United States, the borders often seem arbitrary, with parts of one state looking as if they belong to another. Those who love maps and history ponder why. Enough people care that when History ran a special called "How the States Got...