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  • Lower Saucon planners float idea of commercial zoning on Friedensville Road

    Lower Saucon planners float idea of commercial zoning on Friedensville Road
    The Lower Saucon Planning Commission is questioning whether zoning should be changed to allow commercial development on property bordered by Friedensville, Meadows and Skibo roads. One 23-acre parcel in the township has been proposed as the site of a...
  • Heather Doll: Longer bar hours won't curtail Pa.'s brain drain

    Heather Doll: Longer bar hours won't curtail Pa.'s brain drain
    Students who attend one of Pennsylvania's many colleges and universities are leaving after graduation. This phenomenon, known as brain drain, deprives Pennsylvania of the useful skills, hard work and tax dollars invested in each student. Census Bureau...
  • Review: Touchstone's 'Journey' a creative, intriguing look at clashing cultures

    Touchstone Theatre has created a fascinating, thoughtful and creative piece of theater in "Journey to the East," a free, large-scale, outdoor performance that continues through this weekend at the Chinese Harmony Pavilion on South Bethlehem's Greenway....
  • Upcoming business events in the Lehigh Valley

    Upcoming business events in the Lehigh Valley
    FRIDAY, APRIL 24 UPPER BUCKS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE will hold Legislative Breakfast, "State of the State Address", 7:30 a.m., McCoole's Arts & Events Center, 10 S. Main St., Quakertown. Cost: $15, members; $25, non-members. Register: http://www.ubcc.org/...
  • Third Day, coming to Bethlehem, is on fire for worship music

    Third Day is two decades into a career in which is has become one of the longest running and most successful bands on the Christian music scene, while also achieving considerable success in the mainstream music market. Yet singer Mac Powell thinks his...
  • Is Bethlehem going overboard with event red tape?

    Is Bethlehem going overboard with event red tape?
    I've been touting south Bethlehem's Spring on Fourth, What's on Third in recent years as one of my favorite annual events and a great celebration of the South Side's amazing revival. Typically, it's also scheduled to coincide with other South Side...
  • Classical: Moravian College Choir to perform Karl Jenkins' unusual Requiem

    Classical: Moravian College Choir to perform Karl Jenkins' unusual Requiem
    You normally wouldn't equate Japanese haiku with a traditional Requiem Mass, but that's what Welsh composer Karl Jenkins does in his evocative Requiem. This most unusual work will have its Lehigh Valley premiere Saturday at Foy Concert Hall in Bethlehem,...
  • Penthouse high-rise pitched at south Bethlehem gateway

    A seven-story building of offices, ground-floor retail and penthouse apartments would take over a prominent south Bethlehem intersection scarred by a fire six years ago, under one developer's plans. The plans, which will be reviewed Monday by the...
  • Witness The Shifting State Of The Middle East

    Witness The Shifting State Of The Middle East
    The state as we know it is vanishing in the Middle East. Strife in Iraq, Syria, Libya and Yemen, foreign intrusion from states within the region and outside it, and dreadful rule by self-serving elites have all contributed to the destruction of societies,...
  • Muffet McGraw and Jack McCallum to guest on tonight's "Calling All Sports" TV show

    Muffet McGraw and Jack McCallum to guest on tonight's "Calling All Sports" TV show
    We've been doing a Morning Call sports-related TV show for more than 20 years and I can't remember a more exciting pairing than the one lined up for tonight on Service Electric TV2. Muffet McGraw, coach of the Notre Dame women's basketball team, and...
  • Lehigh gets to cut loose in spring game, reveals a more aggressive defense

    Lehigh gets to cut loose in spring game, reveals a more aggressive defense
    With the number of available participants down below 50 throughout the spring, Lehigh football coach Andy Coen made survival the major objective and kept the wraps on his players. However, when the Mountain Hawks held their annual Brown and White...