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  • Bethlehem, Lehigh partner for more security cameras

    Bethlehem Mayor Robert Donchez and Lehigh University interim President Kevin Clayton on Tuesday announced a partnership that will bring up to 12 new security cameras to neighborhoods where off-campus students reside. The cameras, a $100,000-$150,000...
  • Final weeks to see Da Vinci's 'Space' exhibit

    There are two weeks left to check out rocks from the moon and Mars and to walk through a lunar base camp at the Da Vinci Science Center exhibit "Space: A Journey to Our Future." The exhibition, presented in collaboration with NASA, also features a...
  • National Honey Bee Day celebration at Wildlands Conservancy

    Buzzzz. National Honey Bee Day is just as it sounds, a day in honor of the buzzing bees that keep our ecosystem thriving. In recent years, the population of honey bees around the world has decreased due to mites, pesticides and fewer wildflowers....
  • Two suspects in Lehigh University student robbery arrested

    Two people are charged in a robbery Friday after they allegedly stole a cell phone and purse from a Lehigh University student. Police said the robbery happened around 9:40 p.m. on Asa Drive, just inside the property of the campus. Shadira Clarke, 20, of...
  • What's the buzz? Lehigh Valley Beekeepers create awareness on Saturday

    Honey practically runs through the veins of New Tripoli native Joe Zeller. At 95 years old, he has been beekeeping since 1953. He has spent the majority of his life involved with agriculture. "I was raised on a farm," says Zeller, a state...
  • How often does Cascadia fault rip? Scientists disagree

    The Cascadia Subduction Zone hasn't ripped in more than three centuries, so it's surprising scientists know as much about it as they do. On land, geologists have unearthed a 5,000-year record of megaquakes and tsunamis, based on the fact that the...
  • George A. Nation III: Competition for public schools will raise education quality

    This summer when I received my property tax bill from the Bethlehem Area School District, I found that it included a letter from the school board president, Michael Faccinetto. The letter's first sentence assured me that Bethlehem's budget "balances...
  • Icy hot trend hits Lehigh Valley

    Saturday morning, Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski will be doused with a bucket of ice and near-frozen water. It will almost certainly mess up the few strands of hair left on his head and give his clothes a less-than-flattering look. Why would hizzoner...
  • Sports anchor slugs Musikfest patron who disrupts interview

    Sports anchor slugs Musikfest patron who disrupts interview
    Any veteran of live television knows that when the camera goes on most anything can happen. So, what do you do when a disruptive attendee of Bethlehem's beer-swilling Musikfest horns into the live shot? Well, if you're Service Electric TV2 Sports...
  • Attorney: Teen charged with trying to murder Lehigh student shouldn't be tried as adult

    A Bethlehem teenager accused of trying to rape and murder a Lehigh University student after sneaking into her off-campus apartment while she slept has several mental illnesses and should not be tried as an adult, his defense attorney says. Bryan Sanchez-...
  • Robin Williams worked with several actors with Lehigh Valley connections

    The late comedian and actor Robin Williams worked with several actors who have Lehigh Valley connections. And he drew 4,500 to a comedy show in 1986 at Lehigh University's Stabler Arena. The Morning Call review of the Stabler show called him a "one-...