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  • George Thorogood, coming to Allentown, keeps destroying the blues

    George Thorogood, coming to Allentown, keeps destroying the blues
    During a career that last year marked 40 years of recording, blues-rocker George Thorogood and his band The Destroyers has played a good number of shows in the Lehigh Valley. The band played Castle Garden in South Whitehall Township in 1984, Bilera Hall...
  • E-reader: A sweet chemistry powers Dear Sugar

    E-reader: A sweet chemistry powers Dear Sugar
    Dear Sugar Radio, 40-60 minute episodes, WBUR free The beloved advice column Dear Sugar is back — this time as a podcast. Cheryl Strayed, of "Wild" fame, and Steve Almond (collectively "The Sugars") both wrote for the column in its heyday on...
  • Emergency Radio Broadcast System On Avon Mountain Is Approved

    AVON — Plans to improve the reliability of a system that makes emergency radio broadcasts to the state in storms or other events that can cripple utilities and other basic services have been approved by town officials. That plan was proposed by the...
  • ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley will air both Patriot League championship games

    ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley will air both Patriot League championship games
    March Madness is already in full swing and ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley (AM-1230, 1320) will have plenty of it starting with tonight's Patriot League men's championship game. Here's the schedule courtesy of Tom Fallon and he reminds that the "Happy...
  • FEMA Plans Upgrade To Emergency Broadcast System In Avon

    AVON — The Federal Emergency Management Agency and a local radio station want to improve a statewide emergency broadcast system based on Avon Mountain. The proposed improvements would be made to WTIC's emergency broadcast system, part of its...
  • Sports radio personality Rob Long named Mount Carmel girls basketball coach

    Sports radio personality Rob Long named Mount Carmel girls basketball coach
    Baltimore sports radio personality and coach Rob Long has a new part-time job: coach of the Mount Carmel girls basketball team. Long, co-host of the Vinny and Rob Show on The Fan (105.7 FM), had been the women's basketball coach at CCBC-Dundalk since...
  • William Toohey, former Baltimore County police spokesman, dies

    William Toohey, former Baltimore County police spokesman, dies
    William J. "Bill" Toohey, a former spokesman for the Baltimore County police who was the face of the department during high-profile cases for more than a decade, died Thursday of intravascular lymphoma at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The Canton...
  • Cops: Guard illegally used police radio to call in foot chase after shooting threat, vandalism

    Cops: Guard illegally used police radio to call in foot chase after shooting threat, vandalism
    A breathless man interrupted Chicago Police Department radio traffic to call out a foot chase Wednesday afternoon near Kennedy-King College. "By Kennedy-King College! I'm chasing him! I need some help!" "All right, can I get some cars by Kennedy-...
  • MeTV FM names Chicago radio veteran as program director

    MeTV FM names Chicago radio veteran as program director
    MeTV FM, which quietly launched its oldies pop music format this month on 87.7 FM, said Wednesday it has hired Chicago radio veteran Mark Zander as its program director. Zander, whose lengthy resume includes stints at WLUP-FM 97.9, bygone rocker WCKG-FM...
  • The Latest: Report says 1 pilot locked out before crash

    1:20 a.m. (0020 GMT, 8:20 p.m. EDT) A newspaper is reporting that the voice recorder indicates that one of the pilots was locked out of the cockpit before a Germanwings jetliner plummeted into a remote Alpine mountainside. The New York Times is citing...
  • Protests prompt L.A. County board to slow work on emergency radio plan

    Protests prompt L.A. County board to slow work on emergency radio plan
    Faced with protests from scores of firefighters and residents from across Los Angeles County, the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday decided to slow down work on a long-awaited, comprehensive emergency communications system.  Supervisors had been scheduled...