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  • Four men charged with vandalizing Lafayette College fraternity placed in first-offender program

    Four men charged with vandalizing Lafayette College fraternity placed in first-offender program
    Four men charged with burglarizing and vandalizing a Lafayette College fraternity building were accepted Wednesday into a first-offender program that will allow them to avoid a criminal record. The four, including two Lafayette students and a recent...
  • Classical: Famed organist to perform in Allentown

    Classical: Famed organist to perform in Allentown
    Few organ fans have not heard the name Eric Plutz. The Princeton University organist has garnered critical acclaim, with performances called "stunning" by American Organist magazine. He has performed as a soloist or accompanist in the great concert halls,...
  • Lafayette's Athletes CARE hosting basketball clinic Saturday

    Lafayette's Athletes CARE hosting basketball clinic Saturday
    Lafayette College's Athletes CARE, a nonprofit comprised of student-athletes, are conducting a basketball clinic Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Kirby Sports Center. It is open to boys and girls, ages 6 to 13. There is no charge for the event, though ...
  • New Hall of Fame inductee Weidner will fondly remember a different era of Parkland basketball

    The Parkland High School of today is very different from Brant Weidner's Parkland. Back in the late 1970s, the Trojans had some success in various sports, but were generally not the Goliath among local scholastic athletic programs that often sparks envy...
  • Quarterbacks still nursing injuries as Lafayette College opens spring football

    Quarterbacks still nursing injuries as Lafayette College opens spring football
    The last time we saw Lafayette College quarterbacks Drew Reed and Blake Searfoss on a football field, they were standing together on the sidelines at Yankee Stadium, both on crutches after each having suffered foot injuries. The crutches are gone; the...
  • RB Ross Scheuerman, others, perform for scouts at Lafayette 'Pro Day'

     RB Ross Scheuerman, others, perform for scouts at Lafayette 'Pro Day'
    Maybe Ross Scheuerman and Kyle Harbridge should consider marketing themselves to the NFL as a package deal. At 6-0, 204 and 5-11, 203, respectively, the Lafayette College superstar and the former Easton High and St. Francis University record-setting...
  • 15 years on, Lafayette's league championship runs still remembered

    15 years on, Lafayette's league championship runs still remembered
    At one point during Wednesday night's Patriot League championship basketball game in Lafayette's Kirby Sports Center, Brian Ehlers turned to Tim Bieg and said, "If we had a point guard like [the Leopards' Nick Lindner], we'd have made the Sweet 16."...
  • Windsor Locks edition community news

    Suffield resident signs National Letter of Intent SUFFIELD - Dan Leckie, a Suffield resident, signed a National Letter of Intent this past November to play Division I baseball for Lafayette College in Easton, Penn., in the Patriot League. Leckie plans on...
  • The NCAA could use a riveting tournament to boost interest in basketball

    The NCAA could use a riveting tournament to boost interest in basketball
    Thank God for the brackets. March Madness begins Tuesday night with hopes of capturing the interest of the sporting world for the next three weeks. The Associated Press and others have reported about declining interest in college basketball....
  • Joe Maddon vs. Matt Szczur in NCAA tournament

    Joe Maddon vs. Matt Szczur in NCAA tournament
    MESA, Ariz. -- Manager Joe Maddon was giddy to talk Monday about Lafayette College reaching the NCAA men's basketball tournament as a 16th seed. Maddon, who played quarterback and catcher at Lafayette in the mid-1970s, recited the likes of Butch van...
  • Art exhibit shows courage, innovation by African-American women

    In many ways, the new exhibit of prints by African-American Women at the Allentown Art Museum is as much about courage as it is about female artists. "Interventions in Printmaking: Three Generations of African-American Women" features 50 works by 20...