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  • Fantastic start lifts Phantoms

    Fantastic start lifts Phantoms
    WATCH: Is Jim Harbaugh now considering the Michigan job … The Lehigh Valley Phantoms scored an AHL single-team record with three goals in just 21 seconds all three in the first 36 seconds of last night's game, to chase Binghamton starting goalie...
  • Lehigh Valley banking: In line or online?

    Lehigh Valley banking: In line or online?
    When First Niagara Financial Group announced plans to close 17 branches, including one at 16th and Allen streets in Allentown, it cited technology as the main reason. Bank branch traffic is on the decline, as is the number of transactions handled per...
  • Darlene Love sings last 'Christman (Baby Please Come Home)' for Letterman; will you hear it tonight at Zoellner?

    Darlene Love sings last 'Christman (Baby Please Come Home)' for Letterman; will you hear it tonight at Zoellner?
    Just because singer Darlene Love last night finished a 28-year run singing her hit “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” on David Letterman’s last live show before Christmas doesn’t mean you won’t hear the song when Love...
  • Trio of Golden Hawks and Southern Lehigh's record-breaking QB headline 3A all-state football squad

    Trio of Golden Hawks and Southern Lehigh's record-breaking QB headline 3A all-state football squad
    The season didn't end nearly the way Bethlehem Catholic wanted. The Golden Hawks were routed by Somerset 30-0 in the PIAA 3A state quarterfinals Nov. 29 at Chambersburg. But that disappointing finish didn't diminish all of the terrific numbers the...
  • Parkland's pick of PPL Center for graduation could signal exodus from Lehigh's Stabler Arena

    The Lehigh Valley Phantoms, the Eagles and Tom Petty have all graced the PPL Center in Allentown with appearances. And now, high school seniors will take center stage. Parkland High School will have its June 9 graduation ceremony at the PPL Center,...
  • Heroin addict admits posing as Easton vice cop

    Heroin addict admits posing as Easton vice cop
    A heroin addict who robbed two college students by pretending to be an Easton vice officer was sentenced Tuesday to a Northampton County drug treatment program. Kenneth W. Olswfski, who has been in jail since his arrest this summer, will undergo...
  • Top 3 Concerts: Aretha Franklin, Television, Twelve Twenty-Four

    Top 3 Concerts: Aretha Franklin, Television, Twelve Twenty-Four
    ARETHA FRANKLIN Aretha Franklin's new album, "Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics," released in October, is kind of an exercise in reverse. Those "divas" whose songs Franklin sings — Adele, Alicia Keys and even the Supremes —...
  • The year in silly, and sweet

    The year in silly, and sweet
    Even in dire and dreadful years like this one, the news always offers a few events capable of causing double-takes, spit-takes and the occasional bittersweet sigh. Like that fellow with the dog poop, for instance. His name was Ken Guldin, and he got...
  • Robert Zoellner, namesake of Lehigh University's premier arts center, dies at 82

    Robert E. Zoellner, namesake of Lehigh University's premier arts center and founder of Alpine Associates Advisors, a firm specializing in merger arbitrage, long and short equity trading and bankruptcy-related investments, has died. He was 82. He died on...
  • Nonprofits should pay property tax

    I was astounded by the Your View written by the three mayors from the Lehigh Valley cities. They don't disagree with the idea of extracting money from nonprofit institutions; they just want it to be left to them. I guess instead of placing colleges or...
  • Lehigh Valley classical music: What's coming in 2015

    The New Year brings plenty of great classical music to our area, with some new twists to some old favorites. Aerialists will perform over the heads of symphony musicians in a sure-to-be-memorable concert, and dancers will take to the stage in two others....