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  • Easton police and community build stronger bond

    Those who gathered Saturday afternoon at the Boys and Girls Club of Easton to continue a community-wide discussion on race and violence may have been coming to the table from all different vantage points, but their message was unified: All lives matter....
  • Retailers remake Easton

    Retailers remake Easton
    The day after Thanksgiving, on the outskirts of Easton, a frenzied line of shoppers battled for deals on big-screen TVs and DVD players. Downtown, other customers quietly wandered into the Mercantile Home on Northampton Street to browse and buy...
  • Hinrichs brings small-town upbringing to Lafayette College

    Hinrichs brings small-town upbringing to Lafayette College
    Seth Hinrichs was up early on a Sunday morning in November. He ventured into the cold not to hustle to the Kirby Sports Center for a Lafayette College men's basketball practice. Rather, he was joining other athletes on the Easton campus to pack up...
  • Liberty High football can trace roots of statewide success to team of 1934

    For a good part of the past decade, Bethlehem's Liberty High School has been one of the top football programs in the Lehigh Valley and in Pennsylvania. The Hurricanes won the 2008 class 4A state championship and were the class 4A state runner-up in 2005...
  • For Lafayette QBs, one magical tale ends, but saga continues

    The starting quarterback is injured in the second quarter of a game against a longtime nemesis. The backup steps in trailing 10-0, has the best game of his career and leads his team to a 19-16 victory. Nothing is really new about that scenario. It...
  • Lafayette men's basketball team use hot shooting to beat Wagner

    Lafayette men's basketball team use hot shooting to beat Wagner
    Coach Fran O'Hanlon joked before this season that Lafayette wouldn't be a defensive juggernaut. The Leopards aren't likely to finish among the nation's top rebounding teams either. Where Lafayette holds an edge on most college squads is its shooting...
  • Who was the highest paid Lehigh Valley college president?

    Lehigh University's former president was one of the nation's top paid private college presidents in 2012. Alice Gast, who stepped down in January to become president of Imperial College in London, made $884,907 in 2012, according to The Chronicle of...
  • Winners of ArtPop Lehigh Valley billboard contest named

    Winners of ArtPop Lehigh Valley billboard contest named
    The work of six Lehigh Valley artists will be showcased on a grand scale throughout 2015 as Adams Outdoor Advertising launches its new ArtPop Lehigh Valley program in January. The winning artists, selected via a juried competition, will have their work on...
  • Lafayette men's basketball team edges Sacred Heart on Dan Trist foul shot

    Lafayette men's basketball team edges Sacred Heart on Dan Trist foul shot
    Dan Trist rolled a free throw off the front of the rim and through the hoop with four-tenths of a second to play. Steve Glowiak responded with a half-court heave that hit the opposite backboard and dropped off the rim, falling to the floor after the...
  • Public forum on PennEast Pipeline in Lower Saucon Township

    Public forum on PennEast Pipeline in Lower Saucon Township
    An public forum will be held at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 16 at Leithsville Banquet Hall in Hellertown to inform the Lower Saucon Township community about the PennEast Pipeline. Speakers from a variety of positions in the Lehigh Valley will discuss human health...
  • A half-century later, Lehigh-Lafayette rivals, best friends, will take the football field once again

    A half-century later, Lehigh-Lafayette rivals, best friends, will take the football field once again
    Fifty years ago, the Lafayette College and Lehigh University football teams were having seasons to forget. Lafayette's Leopards were winless in their first seven games. The Lehigh Engineers — now called the Mountain Hawks — had managed one...