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  • Kutztown University has a new president

    Kutztown University has a new president
    A provost from Western Illinois University, known for his success in retaining students, will be Kutztown University's new president. Kenneth Hawkinson was unanimously approved as the school's 12th president Tuesday by the board of governors of the...
  • Updated St. Pat's planner: celebrate all week in the Lehigh Valley

    Updated St. Pat's planner: celebrate all week in the Lehigh Valley
    St. Patrick's Day is Tuesday. Here's a guide to how to get your Irish on in the Lehigh Valley. ALLENTOWN •Coronation Dinner, honoring St. Patrick's Parade King and Queen Greg and Roey Ebert, 6 p.m. Friday, March 20, Agri-Plex at the Allentown...
  • Lehigh Valley beer distributors making their mark

    Lehigh Valley beer distributors making their mark
    In 1991, Nima Hadian bought a used van and a cellphone, and single-handedly became the wholesale arm of his father's beer business, Shangy's The Beer Authority in Emmaus. Today, 24 years later, Hadian owns Shangy's — the retail and wholesale...
  • Legislature big winner in Gov. Tom Wolf's budget proposal

    Legislature big winner in Gov. Tom Wolf's budget proposal
    HARRISBURG — Republicans who control the state House and Senate squawked while Democrats delivered lukewarm praise over Gov. Tom Wolf's proposed $33.8 billion budget, which raises a pile of taxes to fuel higher school funding and lower property...
  • State of the Valley: Divided

    State of the Valley: Divided
    The seventh annual State of the Lehigh Valley report tells the tale of two Lehigh Valleys. One is mostly white and relatively affluent, secure professionally and happy with its quality of life. The other is composed largely of minorities who generally...
  • Crowded school board races in Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton

    At least twelve candidates are running for five of the seats up for grabs for Allentown School Board. For Bethlehem Area, nine candidates are running for five seats. In Easton Area, five candidates will make a run for four of the open seats on school...
  • Local playwright premieres new comedy

    What happens when you feel the world has left you behind and you're at a loss with all the changes around you? Lawrence Fox has written a tongue-in-cheek and somewhat autobiographical comedy about "a poor schlepp who has lived in Bethlehem all his...
  • Historic moment: Allentown hosts Pennsylvania History Bee

    Historic moment: Allentown hosts Pennsylvania History Bee
    Alex Schmidt of Allentown, who won the 2014 National Middle School History Bee, will have the home advantage this year. For the first time, the Pennsylvania history bee championship will be held in the Lehigh Valley. Dozens of students will be answering...
  • 500-year-old Allentown Art Museum paintings inspire new works by artists

    500-year-old Allentown Art Museum paintings inspire new works by artists
    We learn a great deal from the past. Looking backward often means gaining insight into what lies ahead — something especially true for artists. Like science, artistic achievement is built on the foundations of our predecessors. Just like there...
  • Explore the 'True West' in Bethlehem

    Allentown Public Theatre and Touchstone Theatre have teamed up for a powerful presentation of Sam Shepherd's "True West," but the final curtain is at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 1, at Touchstone's south Bethlehem space. The tale of sibling rivalry is...
  • Hozza: Allentown Mayor Pawlowski trying to take over Whitehall

    Hozza: Allentown Mayor Pawlowski trying to take over Whitehall
    It's a battle of the Eds and Route 22 is in the trenches. On Thursday, Whitehall Township Mayor Ed Hozza Jr. announced that he'll seek a third term in office, calling this year a critical election. Why? Because Hozza believes Whitehall Township is...