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  • South Whitehall votes 4-1 to save Wehr's Dam

    South Whitehall votes 4-1 to save Wehr's Dam
    South Whitehall Township commissioners voted 4-1 to preserve Wehr’s Dam, ending a nine-month debate between environmentalists who wanted to remove the 111-year-old structure for the health of the Jordan Creek and residents who said it was a precious...
  • Theater: Tour of 'Jekyl & Hyde' arrives at State Theatre

    Theater: Tour of 'Jekyl & Hyde' arrives at State Theatre
    The classic gothic story of a man trapped between his good and evil sides arrives on the State Theatre stage March 25-26. The touring production of "Jekyll & Hyde," the four-time Tony-nominated Frank Wildhorn Broadway musical, brings the brilliant...
  • Interviewing George Thorogood: Rocker, coming to Allentown, says touring is what bluesmen do

    Interviewing George Thorogood: Rocker, coming to Allentown, says touring is what bluesmen do
    During a career that last year marked 40 years of recording, blues-rocker George Thorogood and his band The Destroyers has played a good number of shows in the Lehigh Valley. The band played Castle Garden in South Whitehall Township in 1984, Bilera Hall...
  • Lehigh County's 70-year-old seal at center of religious dispute

    Lehigh County's 70-year-old seal at center of religious dispute
    Lehigh County's official government seal, bearing images long associated with the Lehigh Valley, from a barn and farmland to smokestacks and a silo, has been a piece of the region's heritage since the 1940s. Visible on government buildings and county...
  • Third-ranked Denver lacrosse team overtakes Lehigh 10-4

    Third-ranked Denver lacrosse team overtakes Lehigh 10-4
    The Lehigh University men's lacrosse team came out firing on all cylinders in its game against national power University of Denver on Tuesday night. In front of a boisterous crowd at Ulrich Sports Complex, the Mountain Hawks held a commanding 3-0 lead...
  • Kutztown University has a new president

    Kutztown University has a new president
    A provost from Western Illinois University, known for his success in retaining students, will be Kutztown University's new president. Kenneth Hawkinson was unanimously approved as the school's 12th president Tuesday by the board of governors of the...
  • Robert Durst offered to wire Northampton County Prison for cable TV during his stay

    Robert Durst offered to wire Northampton County Prison for cable TV during his stay
    When Robert Durst spent more than two months in Northampton County Prison 14 years ago, Allentown attorney John Waldron got a front-row seat to what it's like to represent an eccentric client with unlimited means. The Lehigh University alumnus didn't...
  • 10 Lehigh Valley pubs celebrating Celtic culture

    10 Lehigh Valley pubs celebrating Celtic culture
    Every year, just before St. Patrick's Day and the onset of spring, people's attention turns to Celtic culture. From bagpipers and step dancers to Guinness stouts and shepherd's pie, the Emerald Isle's tastes and traditions always shine brightest in mid-...
  • Parkland hockey team bounced back from disappointment to win sixth straight league title

    Parkland hockey team bounced back from disappointment to win sixth straight league title
    The Parkland ice hockey team got a second chance to win a championship, and made the most of it. Bounced out of the Flyers Cup tournament with a crushing 5-3 loss to Pennsbury on March 3, the Trojans returned to the league playoffs and won three...
  • 2015 Lehigh football schedule announced; start of spring practice moved back a week

    2015 Lehigh football schedule announced; start of spring practice moved back a week
    Like a lot of spring sports schedules, the spring schedule for the Lehigh football team has been pushed back a week. It was supposed to being this Friday, but has been moved back to Friday, March 27. First, here's the 2015 Lehigh football game...
  • Tuesday: George Thorogood and The Destroyers concert at Miller Symphony Hall

    Tuesday: George Thorogood and The Destroyers concert at Miller Symphony Hall
    During a career that last year marked 40 years of recording, blues-rocker George Thorogood and his band The Destroyers has played a good number of shows in the Lehigh Valley. The band played Castle Garden in South Whitehall Township in 1984, Bilera Hall...