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  • In days after D-Day, Lehigh Valley prayed

    This article was originally published in June 1994 for the 50th anniversary of D-Day. At 12:32 a.m. on June 6, 1944, the sixth year of World War II, most  residents of the Lehigh Valley were probably sleeping, or trying to sleep. At the...
  • Birds of the Lehigh Valley second edition available now

    The Lehigh Valley Audubon Society's second edition of "Birds of the Lehigh Valley and Vicinity" is now available, and the updated version includes 120 wonderful color photos of some of the most commonly observed birds in the region. These photos will...
  • Tom Wolf's positive playbook looks like a winner

    Tom Wolf's positive playbook looks like a winner
    Gov. Tom Corbett is airing a TV ad right now in which every claim about his opponent and himself is ridiculously misleading or outright false. The state Republican Party just sent out a flier that repeats the same goofy distortions. The use of...
  • Catty's Edwards and Salisbury's Williams make early Division I decisions

    Catty's Edwards and Salisbury's Williams make early Division I decisions
    Once upon a time, there were Lehigh Valley products sprinkled throughout Division I softball programs. Temple, under the late Ronnie Maurek a few decades ago, always seemed to have its roster loaded with local kids. Terri Adams, first as a Temple...
  • Becahi girls coming back to Stellar tournament; Thomas joining Dellegrotti's staff

     
    The Bethlehem Catholic girls reached the final of the Stellar "Catch A Rising Star" Basketball Showcase in 2009 but disappeared from the tournament after that year. The Golden Hawks are set to return to Cedar Beach this summer. New coach......
  • Puppets with purpose

     
    “Gruff!” is not your typical fairy tale. Loosely based on the fable “Three Billy Goats Gruff” there are goats and there are trolls, but there is also a message of sustainability. Mix in fuzzy Muppet-like puppets, wacky...
  • Allentown eighth-grader wins National History Bee

     
    An eighth-grader at Seven Generations Charter School in Emmaus has won the National History Bee in Atlanta over the weekend. Alex Schmidt, 12, of Allentown, was named the winner in the individual competition in which thousands of elementary and middle...
  • PYT to stage steampunk "Alice in Wonderland"

     
    Students at Pennsylvania Youth Theatre will present the Lewis Carroll classic “Alice in Wonderland” reimagined in a steampunk setting at the IceHouse in Bethlehem. The show which opens Friday through May 18 will take the familiar characters of...
  • Former Muhlenberg basketball coach to speak at Parkland Alumni event on Tuesday

     
    Former Muhlenberg College men's basketball coach Ken Moyer will be the main speaker at the Parkland Trojan Varsity Alumni Club event Tuesday night at the Coopeechan Pavillion. The function begins at 7 p.m. Moyer will speak about Lehigh County's one-room...
  • Freddy Awards begin

     
    Emmaus goes into the 12th annual Freddy Awards ceremony at Easton's State Theatre with the advantage, having scored a record number of nominations with 19. The school’s lavish production of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” was a...
  • Valley magician to compete on “America’s Got Talent”

     
    A magician known for levitating above the marquee of the State Theatre in Easton will be performing his illusions for the “America’s Got Talent” judges when the reality competition show returns for its ninth season tonight. David...