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Bethlehem Steel Corp.

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  • James Karas, welder

    James Karas, welder
    James Karas, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. welder who also owned and operated a Northeast Market lunch counter, died Friday of prostate cancer at his Baldwin home. He was 88. The son of Greek immigrant parents, Mr. Karas was born in Weirton, W.Va., and...
  • Dr. Evelyn P. Valentine, city educator

    Dr. Evelyn P. Valentine, city educator
    Dr. Evelyn P. Valentine, a veteran Baltimore public school educator who was founder of the Pasteur Center for Strategic Management Ltd., died Thursday of heart disease at her Northeast Baltimore home. She was 77. The daughter of a furniture maker and...
  • Albert Richard Baines Jr., tool designer and WWII veteran

    Albert Richard Baines Jr., tool designer and WWII veteran
    Albert Richard Baines Jr., a retired tool designer for Westinghouse Electric Corp. and World War II veteran, died Tuesday at his home in Arnold. He was 92. According to the funeral home handling his service, his death was due to "natural causes." Born...
  • Joseph Lawrence "Larry" Bohlen Jr., railroader

    Joseph Lawrence "Larry" Bohlen Jr., railroader
    Joseph Lawrence "Larry" Bohlen Jr., who had been director of risk management for CSX, died Friday of multiple organ failure at his Rossville home. He was 76. Mr. Bohlen, whose father was superintendent at the old Glenn L. Martin Co. in Middle River and...
  • Court clears environmental appeal in Sparrows Point cleanup

    Court clears environmental appeal in Sparrows Point cleanup
    A Delaware bankruptcy judge has allowed environmental groups to appeal RG Steel's plan to limit its investigation of potential toxic contamination in the waters surrounding Sparrows Point. While bankruptcy filings normally put all litigation on hold, U....
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Tunnel fire choking East Coast rail freight

    High-priority cargo found ways around Baltimore's Howard Street Tunnel yesterday, but knots in the East Coast's rail network will grow increasingly tight with each day that the major north-south artery remains closed, freight customers said. Bethlehem...