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  • Donté Stallworth tells students DUI death 'will always haunt me'

     Donté Stallworth tells students DUI death 'will always haunt me'
    When NFL wide receiver Donté Stallworth got behind the wheel of his car the morning of March 14, 2009, despite having been out drinking most of the night before, he made a decision that changed his life — and cost another man his. Student athletes...
  • LEHIGH VALLEY SPORTS CALENDAR

    Items for the calendar must be typed and received at least 10 days in advance of your proposed publishing date at: Sports Calendar, The Morning Call, P.O. Box 1260, Allentown, PA 18105. They may be faxed to the sports department at 610-820-8654 or sent...
  • Central Catholic grad Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman ready for increased workload at Michigan

    Central Catholic grad Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman ready for increased workload at Michigan
    For a six-week period that stretched into mid-January, Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman had spent less time competing in basketball games than he could ever recall. It took the Michigan freshman 10 games to log 25 minutes, which was less playing time than...
  • Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman, Michigan earn road win at Rutgers

    PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Dawud Abdur-Rahkman sat three rows behind the visiting bench, a Michigan cap on his head. He had planned to attend Tuesday's game at Rutgers regardless of what role his son, Wolverines freshman and Central Catholic grad...
  • With 'Selma' and Ferguson, MLK Day events more meaningful

    With 'Selma' and Ferguson, MLK Day events more meaningful
    Roberta Meek's memory of the day she met the man is fading. It was 1965 or 1967. She was 9 years old or 11 years old. She and her father walked through a hotel lobby in Philadelphia, his big hand cradling her little one. She recognized a man striding...
  • After several years, Muhlenberg College wrestling program becomes a team again

    When Muhlenberg College takes the mat Saturday, Jan. 17, at Kings Point for dual meets with McDaniel and Washington & Lee, it'll be the first time since the 2008-09 season the Mules will field a full 10-man lineup in a Centennial Conference meet. That's...
  • Emmaus author Heather Harlen's book mines thrills from coal region

    When Heather Harlen's plucky heroine, Marina Konyeshna, wants to introduce a handsome Turkish stranger to the anthracite coal region, she takes him to a parish bingo game and feeds him pierogies and halushki made by church ladies. Setting such scenes in...
  • Oil taxes tempt recession-scarred U.S. states as prices plummet

    COLUMBUS, Ohio U.S. states are renewing efforts to pass taxes on oil and gas extraction and, while falling energy prices may please consumers, drillers say it's the wrong time to raise their costs. At least 17 states last year considered imposing or...
  • Penn State linemen to play in all-star games; Area schools in final Lambert Trophy rankings

    Penn State linemen to play in all-star games; Area schools in final Lambert Trophy rankings
    A pair of Penn State offensive linemen have accepted invitations to the two most prestigious all-star contests, with guard Miles Dieffenbach heading to the 90th East-West Shrine Game and tackle Donovan Smith accepting the invite to become the third...
  • Survey says?! Pennsylvania political pollsters to hold seminar

    The recently ended gubernatorial election was a rough one — and not just for candidates. Pollsters took a pounding, too, over perceived partisan prejudices and questions over the validity of their results. Republican Gov. Tom Corbett’s...
  • Lehigh Valley community colleges welcome Obama's free-tuition plan

    Lehigh Valley community colleges welcome Obama's free-tuition plan
    WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama unveiled a proposal Friday to provide free community college education, a move that Lehigh Valley educators said would especially help students who don't qualify for government aid and work multiple jobs to pay...