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  • Muhlenberg College taps education consultant and entrepreneur as its new president

    Muhlenberg College taps education consultant and entrepreneur as its new president
    Muhlenberg College has chosen John I. Williams Jr., a graduate of Harvard Law School with extensive experience as a strategic consultant to higher education, as its new president, school officials announced at a news conference Friday. Williams, who...
  • Nutcrackers come to life in the Lehigh Valley

    The colorful "Nutcracker" ballet, set to the timeless music of Tchaikovsky, enchants young and old. It's based on a simple story of a girl who falls asleep and dreams of a holiday wonderland where her nutcracker is transformed into a handsome prince and...
  • Mateo, McFadden, Long, Winter, McCarthy earn postseason honors

    Mateo, McFadden, Long, Winter, McCarthy earn postseason honors
    Eddie Mateo and Dave McFadden were among five Bloomsburg University football players named to the Beyond Sports Network All-Super Region 1 team. Muhlenberg's Michael Long and Connor Winter, plus Moravian's Jimmy McCarthy were recognized on the...
  • Will Tom Wolf compromise on his priorities?

    Will Tom Wolf compromise on his priorities?
    Eliminate a multibillion-dollar deficit while increasing funding for public education. Levy a tax on natural gas drillers. Enact a gift ban in the aftermath of a scandal. Those are the priorities that analysts and officeholders see Gov.-elect Tom Wolf...
  • Muhlenberg sports teams have successful weekend

    Muhlenberg sports teams have successful weekend
    On the same day the Muhlenberg men's soccer team advanced to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA Division III Tournament, one Mule team and one Mule individual found out that they too would get to compete in the national championships. The Muhlenberg football...
  • 'American Pop' makes splash at Allentown Art Museum

    From the Fabulous '40s through the Swinging '60s to now, Pop Art's style has endured. Earlier this year, the Allentown Art Museum explored the beginning of Pop Art's story in "British Pop Art Prints," which revealed how American Pop Art grew from a...
  • 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...