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  • Driver who nearly killed Lafayette College student gets maximum sentence

    Driver who nearly killed Lafayette College student gets maximum sentence
    For years, Wilson Kneebone has been a danger behind the wheel. He has multiple convictions for drunken driving and has been arrested before for hit and run. His father told police that he worried about his son's alcohol abuse, and would fear the worst...
  • Lawsuits say Bangor loan agency really Ponzi scheme

    Lawsuits say Bangor loan agency really Ponzi scheme
    Shortly after Bill Shaw Jr. stepped into a West Virginia gas station, his life was suddenly and irreversibly altered. The union ironworker was working as a welder on an interstate highway bridge project in December 2004 and had stopped to have his...
  • Donald Miller to speak of latest book, film

    Whether you're a scholar or a truck driver, Donald Miller has a history book for you. "I want you to be able to enjoy it," Miller said, "no matter who you are." That's why a Miller book contains the evidence of mountains of research in hundreds of pages...
  • No snow? No sweat for skiing entrepreneurs at Lafayette

    Some Lafayette College students are solving a problem that has plagued humans since they first strapped skinny pieces of wood to their feet and attempted to slide down hills. Why does ski season have to stop? For members of the Lafayette College ski...
  • Lafayette College to host art auction Oct. 5 to benefit arts trail along Bushkill Creek

    A live art auction will be held at Lafayette College, 3-5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 5, at the Pfenning Alumni Center to benefit the Karl Stirner Arts Trail. Artwork was donated by local artists and may be previewed at the Williams Visual Arts Building on Third...
  • Defending Patriot League champ Lafayette getting 'no respect'

    None of the players seated at the Lafayette College table at Wednesday's Patriot League football media day at Green Pond Country Club in Bethlehem Township— and not head coach Frank Tavani, either — wore his Patriot League 2013 championship...
  • Drug bust leads Gettysburg College to sanction 27 students

    More than 25 students were found to have violated Gettysburg College's policy, resulting in expulsions, suspensions and dismissals from campus, according to a letter from college president Janet Morgan Riggs. In an email sent July 14 to parents and...
  • Easton's Veggie Van distributes free produce to residents of the West Ward through Sept. 4

    Operated by students from Lafayette College's Technology Clinic, the Easton Veggie Van will resume distributing locally grown produce to residents of the West Ward, 5-7 p.m. Thursdays through Sept. 4. This is the second year the van has given away...
  • One of the Valley's best PA voices ever, Lafayette's Jim Finnen, is retiring at end of school year

    One of the Valley's best PA voices ever, Lafayette's Jim Finnen, is retiring at end of school year
    I covered Lafayette football for a few seasons in the 1980s and still get to visit Lafayette every two seasons for the Leopards' annual game against Lehigh. One of the highlights of every trip to College Hill, whether it's for basketball or football, is...
  • Review: Cyro Baptista's Beat the Donkey shows it can't be beat at percussion at the Williams Center

    Review: Cyro Baptista's Beat the Donkey shows it can't be beat at percussion at the Williams Center
    Beat the Donkey means “Let’s Go!” in Brazil. It is also the name of a group led by world renowned percussionist Cyro Baptista that performed Wednesday at Lafayette College’s Williams Center in Easton. BTD entered onto a stage...
  • Classical music: Ethel puts music to historic EPA photos

    Who else but the eclectic, occasionally electronic, string quartet Ethel could find inspiration to create a major multimedia project from documentary images amassed by the Environmental Protection Agency back in the 1970s? Ethel opens the Williams...