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  • Burb's Eye View: Those who were lost are still out there

    Burb's Eye View: Those who were lost are still out there
    Just because we look up into the night and can't see the stars doesn't mean they're not there. I thought this as my eyes drifted into the sky, past the stage lights at Johnny Carson Park. Those stars were up there somewhere, but a cloud hid them from...
  • Sounds of summer: Lehigh Valley band concerts

    ALBURTIS Alburtis Park, 328 S. Main St., 3-7 p.m., unless noted May 11: Crazy Hearts May 18: The Majestics May 24: Don Cogan, Stan & Linda, and Steve Christopher, 2-6 p.m. May 25: The Moore Brothers Band May 26: The Outlaws with Crazy...
  • Bios of the LV football scholar-athletes to be honored March 2 at Northampton Community Center

     
    Bios of the area's scholar-athletes to be honored on March 2 at the annual National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Lehigh Valley Chapter Dinner, which will feature Lehigh coach Andy Coen as the main speaker and will be held at the...
  • Sweat Like a Girl” invites you to workout like a superhero to benefit the Nazareth Relay for Life

     
    The fitness studio “Sweat Like a Girl” invites you to workout like a superhero to benefit the Nazareth Relay for Life. The event called “Superheroes Fighting Cancer Sweat & Fun Fest” Sunday, March 2 will run from noon to 3 p.m....
  • Seven battle for Alu's Sunrise commission seat

     Seven battle for Alu's Sunrise commission seat
    Six men and one woman are in the running to replace Sheila Alu, a dynamic yet controversial city commissioner who resigned in December. Alu's exit leaves voters with the task of replacing a prominent voice on the five-member board. The new...
  • Sherman wants Kadafi to pay U.S. costs

    As the nation prepares to honor its veterans Monday, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) wants the military to look out for today’s combat troops by monitoring nearly 80 large burn pits near U.S. bases in Afghanistan and Iraq. On Wednesday, the House of...
  • Five students honored as good citizens

    Five area students were recently honored as “Good Citizens” at a luncheon held by the Don Jose Verdugo Chapter of The Daughters of the American Revolution. Presiding over the program was Liz Craven, regent, and Barbara Rogers, “Good...
  • Meghan Macera of Westminster is top student-athlete for fall season

    Meghan Macera of Westminster is top student-athlete for fall season
    The final year of high school provides an opportunity for seniors to enjoy a last go-round of good times with friends and a chance to reflect on accomplishments. For Meghan Macera, reflection will have to wait. She's too busy right now. But when she...
  • Burb's Eye View: Nothing trivial about a year in Burbank

    In the banquet hall filled with trivia experts, I took one last leap up to the stage and swiveled to face the throng. They’d gathered for the Burbank Library’s annual trivia bee, and I as their host would guide them through the festivities. I...
  • Relay for Life brings cancer awareness message to Goucher College

    Goucher College will be the staging area for the 2011 American Cancer Society Relay For Life for northern Baltimore County, Friday, June 17 into Saturday, June 18. The opening ceremony is at Friday at 7 p.m. at the Goucher track. Participants can...
  • Ready for the next challenge

    Ready for the next challenge
    Hoover High student Anahit Muradian on Thursday became the first person from her family to graduate from an American high school. But the road to graduation wasn’t easy. Her family moved from Armenia to the United States when she was 6. Starting...