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  • Bucks' First Savings, First Federal to join forces

    Bucks' First Savings, First Federal to join forces
    Two of Bucks County's oldest community banks are joining forces. Privately held First Federal of Bucks County, based in Bristol, and First Savings Bank of Perkasie announced Wednesday that they plan to combine to create a new and as-yet-unnamed bank with...
  • Despite Kane's assertions, no child porn in emails

    Despite Kane's assertions, no child porn in emails
    For three months, embattled Attorney General Kathleen Kane and her staff have said sexually explicit emails shared among state employees did not involve images or videos depicting child pornography. But on national television Tuesday night, Kane told a...
  • Muhlenberg College football team facing a fierce Widener defense in NCAA playoff

    Muhlenberg College football team facing a fierce Widener defense in NCAA playoff
    Muhlenberg coach Mike Donnelly has family from western New York. They recently shared photos showing how several feet of snow from a storm earlier this week completely blocked the view from a sliding glass door. Come Saturday, Donnelly and Co. are...
  • Cost-of-living raises boost pay of top Pennsylvania officials

    Cost-of-living raises boost pay of top Pennsylvania officials
    It pays to be on the payroll of Pennsylvania state government. An automatic 1.6 percent cost-of-living increase will boost salaries of lawmakers, judges, the governor and his cabinet. That means the base salary in one of the nation's largest state...
  • Can Lehigh Valley minorities overcome a cycle of poverty?

    Can Lehigh Valley minorities overcome a cycle of poverty?
    If you're a black or Latino living in the Lehigh Valley, you probably make less money, probably don't own a home, are less likely to go to college and banks are less likely to give you credit, compared to your white neighbors. Those findings in a study...
  • New coaches have embraced the Thanksgiving tradition for the Catty, Northampton football teams

    New coaches have embraced the Thanksgiving tradition for the Catty, Northampton football teams
    Opinions about coaching in Thanksgiving Day games vary about as much as Thanksgiving weather forecasts. Some years you get snow; other years you want to break out the suntan lotion. Some coaches look forward to it and some detest it and want it ended....
  • Longtime federal judge Arnold Rapoport dies

    Longtime U.S. Magistrate Judge Arnold C. Rapoport, who from a bench in Allentown presided over numerous high-profile cases for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, has died. Rapoport, 83, an Allentown native, died Saturday at Kirkland Village,...
  • Salvation Army Support Strong Despite a Kettle 'Squeeze'

    Salvation Army Support Strong Despite a Kettle 'Squeeze'
    Have you ever imagined an iron kettle when it’s squeezed? In the case of the Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle Campaign, the pressure is not so much on the exterior of the container but on what goes inside. “Donations have been down...
  • Dancers, musicians collaborate in unscripted 'Unbelievable Beauty of Being Human'

    The unknown is a terrifying thing. Most of us like to have a plan, a specific set of steps to follow as we navigate through life. We run from the unexpected. We detest the unpredictable. Not Sarah Carlson. Carlson, founder of Allentown's DanceLink, will...
  • Congressman battles doctor in 17th District

    In the 17th congressional district, which slices through historically Democratic areas that include parts of the Lehigh Valley, Democratic Congressman Matt Cartwright is facing a challenge from a conservative-leaning doctor operating on a shoestring...
  • Theater review: Muhlenberg's 'Anyone Can Whistle' crackles with energy

    Theater review: Muhlenberg's 'Anyone Can Whistle' crackles with energy
    The book of the cult classic "Anyone Can Whistle" may be a bit muddled, but Stephen Sondheim's music soars at the hands of the talented performers in the Muhlenberg College production of the seldom-produced musical. The 50-year-old musical that takes on...