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  • Western 'RoboDoves' soaring in robotics

    Western 'RoboDoves' soaring in robotics
    Each member of the Western High School Robotics team brings a range of individual strengths that help them compete, everything from a knack for maneuvering a remote control to extraordinary math and science skills. But, they say, they also have a...
  • Contaminant search limited around Sparrows Point

    A federal judge signed off on a deal between government regulators and the owner of the Sparrows Point steel plant requiring the company only to look near its shoreline for toxic contaminants it might need to clean up. U.S. District Court Judge J....
  • Mary Lee Davis, 81, active in community theater and church choir

    Mary Lee Davis, a retired secretary and former Dundalk resident who enjoyed performing in community theater, died Dec. 21 of heart failure at her Clearwater, Fla., home. She was 81. The former Mary Lee Brown was born and raised in Rivesville, W.Va.,...
  • Virginia T. 'Ginny' Dobry, Patterson Park activist

    Virginia T. "Ginny" Dobry, a neighborhood activist who was also described as "Patterson Park's one-woman Welcome Wagon," died Sunday from a brain tumor at her North Kenwood Avenue home. She was 79. "Ginny was such a wonderful person. She made...
  • Percy Nicholson, owned dry cleaners

    Percy Nicholson, owned dry cleaners
    Percy Nicholson, a retired co-owner of two West Baltimore cleaning establishments where he cared for the clothing of African-American performers who played the fabled Royal Theatre, died Monday of heart failure at Manor Care Falls Road. The Ashburton...
  • William H. Hoffman, engineer

    William H. Hoffman, engineer
    William H. Hoffman, a retired U.S. Food and Drug Administration official, died Monday from septic shock after kidney transplant surgery at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The longtime Ellicott City resident was 81. William Harry Hoffman was...
  • Beware of Musikfest traffic!

     
    I'm probably the biggest Musikfest booster I know, and it stems from the sense of sheer skepticism I felt when a relatively unknown Bethlehem lawyer named Jeff Parks held a 1983 news conference announcing plans for a German music and beer festival for the...
  • Longtime Bethlehem Councilman Paul Calvo dies

     
    Paul Calvo was a Democrat. But that didn’t stop the 25-year veteran of Bethlehem City Council from butting heads with city Democrats. Former Mayor Gordon Mowrer. The late Paul Marcincin. Even former Council President Dolores Caskey. In fact,...
  • Saucon Valley School Board signs off on LERTA

     
    The Saucon Valley School District is in favor of a tax abatement program designed to attract businesses to Bethlehem and a portion of Lower Saucon Township. On Tuesday, the district school board unanimously approved a measure that would bring about 28...
  • PPL Tower goes (semi-)dark for masonry repairs

     
    Some fellow warriors may have noticed that the soft, red lighting that has bathed Allentown's iconic PPL Tower building for -- well, for as long as I can remember -- has experienced an outage. Or most of the red lighting, anyway. The three recessed levels...
  • Family speaks of being proud of brother, son

    The frenzy surrounding the nomination of Judge John G. Roberts Jr. to the U.S. Supreme Court paid a short visit to a well-trimmed golf course suburb off Route 40 in Ellicott City yesterday, where the nominee's parents and two sisters crowded around an...