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  • Bethlehem's McBride back with the Rockies

    Former Liberty High and Lehigh University baseball standout Matt McBride was called up to the major leagues by the Colorado Rockies, it was announced Tuesday. The Rockies selected the contract of the first baseman/outfielder from Triple-A Colorado...
  • Mo'ne Davis makes Sports Illustrated cover

    Mo'ne Davis makes Sports Illustrated cover
    Matt McBride, a product of Liberty High and Lehigh University, was called up from Triple-A to Colorado by the Rockies on Tuesday night. McBride, who pinch hit on Tuesday night for the Rockies, was hitting .305 with seven home runs, 35 RBIs and 27 runs...
  • Mature Parkland drowns inexperienced Liberty in field hockey

    Mature Parkland drowns inexperienced Liberty in field hockey
    Parkland's water torture-style field hockey patiently stalked Liberty throughout the first half Thursday The omnipresent Trojans (3-1) drizzled the Hurricanes' end, dripping home only two goals in 20 minutes despite controlling the action. Pass. Pass....
  • Culture-melding Gipsy Kings celebrate 25 years

    It has been more than 25 years since the song "Bamboleo" helped catapult the Gipsy Kings from flamenco music royalty to pop stars of international renown. The song first appeared on the band's eponymous American debut album in 1987, which spent 40...
  • South Bethlehem to put its best face forward

    South Bethlehem to put its best face forward
    Trash cans overflowing on street corners. Graffiti tagged on cement walls. Weeds growing between sidewalk cracks. Such eyesores can tear apart a downtown no matter how many millions of dollars in development its tax incentives attract. To combat that,...
  • Turkey may play quiet role in U.S. coalition against Islamic State

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Turkey may find it hard to play a public role in the coalition the United States is building to strike at Islamic State targets in Iraq and possibly Syria for fear the militant group might retaliate against dozens of Turks held...
  • 20 Lehigh Valley family events for fall

    20 Lehigh Valley family events for fall
    There are all sorts of activities for families this fall — from children's theater and kid-friendly concerts to a circus and farm tours. One event of note this fall: A game by the Harlem Globetrotters will be the first family performance at...
  • Newton is seeking a perfect 10 in his final season at Lehigh

    Newton is seeking a perfect 10 in his final season at Lehigh
    Tim Newton will wear No. 10 this season for the Lehigh University football team, a most unusual number for a defensive tackle. He says, however, "I think I'm going to look awesome." It's a tribute to his brother, Colin, who wore No. 10 for the...
  • Rapper who had hit with Bieber announces shows at Lehigh, Kutztown universities

    Rapper who had hit with Bieber announces shows at Lehigh, Kutztown universities
    A rapper who had a hit single with Justin Bieber and played at the Made in America Festival in Los Angeles on Sunday┬ásays he will play at two area universities. Chance The Rapper, who appears on Bieber’s single “Confident,” which hit...
  • Parents add concerns about sexual assault on campus as kids head off to college

    HACKENSACK, N.J. Terry Anzano, whose daughter is leaving for college this month, has heard the reports about the danger of sexual violence on campus. She worries about the risks inherent in a culture of binge drinking and promiscuity. "Our heads are...
  • Craig Hochbein: 'Benefits, pitfalls of buying education like groceries'

    Craig Hochbein: 'Benefits, pitfalls of buying education like groceries'
    In 1973, an article in The New York Times Magazine authored by Milton Friedman championed school choice and the use of vouchers by invoking a thought experiment. Subtitled "Selling School like Groceries," Friedman's article asked readers to consider a...