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  • Sinfonia Virtuosi is right size for 'Emerging Genius' concert

    When the full-size Pennsylvania Sinfonia chamber orchestra is too big and the Valley Vivaldi ensemble too small, the Sinfonia Virtuosi is just right. That configuration of about 20 musicians, introduced last year, opens the Sinfonia's 2014-2015 season...
  • Poll: Nearly 22% of Republicans deserting Corbett

    Poll: Nearly 22% of Republicans deserting Corbett
    Gov. Tom Corbett is not only trailing his Democratic challenger badly, but he has lost the support of nearly a quarter of his fellow Republicans, according to polls showing his bid for a second term is in deep trouble. With the incumbent faring so...
  • Lehigh Valley congressional debate set

    Lehigh Valley congressional debate set
    Lehigh Valley congressional candidates will face off this month in a debate sponsored by The Morning Call and PBS39. The debate between incumbent Democrat Matt Cartwright and Republican David Moylan will be 7 p.m. Oct. 21 at PBS39's Bethlehem studios,...
  • Hillary Clinton, Chris Christie stump for governor candidates in Philly area

    Hillary Clinton, Chris Christie stump for governor candidates in Philly area
    — The 2014 general election may be less than a month away, but Thursday it looked a lot like 2016 in southeastern Pennsylvania. Republican Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey and Democratic former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were the...
  • Community complex named in honor of Joe D'Annibale, ESYC's 'go-to guy'

    Joe D'Annibale is a man of few words. When East Side Youth Center held a special ceremony Tuesday night to designate its fields and buildings as the Joseph L. D'Annibale Community Complex, there were a lot of words from others. Yet, when it came...
  • Latest Fall SCBL Basketball League report: Parkland's Iorio among the many standouts getting ready for HS season

    Latest Fall SCBL Basketball League report: Parkland's Iorio among the many standouts getting ready for HS season
    Ed Jennings gives us the latest scores and highlights from Week 4 of the SCBL. He notes that this week's games have been moved up to Saturday because of the Muhlenberg College Fall Shootout, featuring numerous area high school teams, taking place on...
  • Next Pennsylvania governor faces financial mess

    Next Pennsylvania governor faces financial mess
    HARRISBURG — Republican Gov. Tom Corbett and Democratic challenger Tom Wolf will debate Wednesday night for a third and final time before the Nov. 4 election. When the Pittsburgh TV station's cameras go on, each candidate is sure to attack his...
  • Tower Suite celebrating 40 years of music

    It hasn't been around quite as long as The Rolling Stones, but local band Tower Suite has legs, the kind that has kept fans coming back for decades for its energetic blend of pop, blues, jazz, rock, R&B, soul, standards and jazzed-up oldies. First...
  • Local lawmakers advocate minimum wage increase

    Local lawmakers advocate minimum wage increase
    Local lawmakers, including Republican state Sen. Pat Browne, say it's about time for a minimum wage increase in Pennsylvania. On Monday afternoon, supporters of raising the minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 in the state met in Allentown. The rally was...
  • Lehigh Gap Nature Center receives an award

    Lehigh Gap Nature Center receives an award
    Dan Kunkle's work at Lehigh Nature Gap Center has been legendary. Through fundraising and grant writing, Kunkle has helped restore a Superfund site, the damaged area on the western side of the Lehigh River across from the old Palmerton zinc company....
  • Enrollment at Lehigh Career & Technical Institute reaches all-time high

    Enrollment at Lehigh Career & Technical Institute reaches all-time high
    Gloves on, mask pulled over her face, Jayde DeLong disappears behind a curtain and sparks begin to fly. DeLong has always liked fire. So when the Catasauqua teenager was considering options for school this year, the welding program at Lehigh Career &...