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  • At 40, Scholastic Scrimmage still a showcase of smarts

     
    Calculus question? No problem. British literature query? Piece of cake. For 40 years, teams of students from area high schools have been fielding the toughest questions on PBS39’s “Scholastic Scrimmage” and getting them right. “...
  • FLASHBACK: In 2004, successful coaches Sarkozy (Liberty soccer) and Clark (Parkland swimming) step down

    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five. June 16 2004—Kal Sarkozy Sr. steps down after 23 years as Liberty's soccer coach. Sarkozy's teams post a 342-144-19 record and reach the postseason 21 times,...
  • Matthew Rozsa: Observations from the primary campaign trail

    After more than two years as a political columnist for PolicyMic and other publications, I made the decision last month to undertake a career hiatus and work as the Northampton County field organizer for Tom Wolf's gubernatorial campaign. Although I...
  • The Great Southside Sale sets another record

    Many thanks to Dan Sheehan for his May 28 column that really captured the spirit and intent of the Lehigh University Moveout Collection Drive, and the resulting Great Southside Sale. The sale on June 7, run by the university's Community Service Office,...
  • Boys of Summer column: Allentown Railers riding high in the first couple weeks of the ACBL season

    Dylan Dando liked the talent assembled on his Allentown Railers roster entering the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League season. But he wasn't sure what the other ACBL teams had. "It's hard to know because we don't know a lot of the players on the...
  • New assignments for priests in the Diocese of Allentown

    The following priests in the Diocese of Allentown have received new or additional assignments, effective Tuesday, unless otherwise noted: Rev. Clifton E. Bishop: from chaplain, Holy Family Manor, Bethlehem, to pastor, Incarnation of Our Lord Church and...
  • Man gets state prison for sneaking into Lehigh dorm room

    A Bethlehem man who sneaked into the dorm room of a Lehigh University freshman, startling her as she slept, will serve 18 months to four years in state prison, a judge decided Friday. Peter B. Crosby Jr. told police after his arrest that he been hoping...
  • Ducey Continues To Spend Most Of Her Time On The Golf Course

    Ducey Continues To Spend Most Of Her Time On The Golf Course
    WEST HARTFORD – When Lauren Ducey was growing up, one family tradition was heading to TPC River Highlands to watch the pros. Dad Bill, mother Karen and sister Melissa would walk through the gate near the seventh tee. "I felt I was walking into a...
  • Upcoming business events in the Lehigh Valley

    SATURDAYJUNE 14 LEHIGH VALLEY AGING IN PLACE will host a Lifesaver Gala, 6-9:30 p.m., at Barristers Club, 1114 W. Walnut St., Allentown. Features live music, catered food and more. Tickets: $50, individual; $90, couples. Proceeds benefit LVAIP. Info:...
  • Bethlehem Steel's storied past in soccer

    They called him Whitey, a fair-haired Scotsman who played for a soccer team of "old country cracks." With a skillful dribble and deadly aim, the 26-year-old winger was the last chance in 1916 for the Bethlehem Steel Football Club to claim its second...
  • Multi-platinum group's guitarist to be keynote speaker for arts presenters conference at SteelStacks in Bethlehem

     
    The guitarist for a multi-platinum-selling rock band will be keynote speaker for a three-day conference of more than 100 arts presenters from six states next week at ArtsQuest’s SteelStacks campus in Bethlehem. Chad Taylor, guitarist for the York-...