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  • Watch out, Disney; here comes Crayola!

    Watch out, Disney; here comes Crayola!
    Crayon-maker Crayola is opening a new family attraction in Orlando, Fla. next summer that will be similar to its Crayola Experience in EastonĀ ... Five people have been treated at a Northampton recycling plant after foul odor was detected ... Lehigh Valley...
  • Area country music favorite to be remembered with summer concert tribute

     
    For decades, each summer country music performer Denny Wayne (nee Wible) played throughout the Lehigh Valley with his band Texas Fever – hitting haunts such as at Das Awkscht Fescht in Macungie, Roseto’s annual "Big Time" celebration, Wilson&#...
  • Spring Garden third-grader wins Community Canvas, meets Peyton List

     
    Miya Williams, a third-grader at Spring Garden Elementary School in Bethlehem, bested her fellow elementary school artists to win the 2014 Community Canvas Grand Finale, held at the Mayfair Festival of the Arts at the Allentown Fairgrounds on Memorial...
  • Navy veteran recalls WWII service in Brazil

    Navy veteran recalls WWII service in Brazil
    Bill Fritz, 91, of Bethlehem remembers growing up in Fountain Hill and serving with a Navy aviation unit in South America during World War II. - My father died when I was 11. He was 35 years old. He had rheumatic fever as a child and never got over...
  • Weaving good cheer for kids in chemo

    There's a great gulf between a childish imagination and a child's imagination. The first gives birth to the pollutants that have turned our popular culture into a vast, unreclaimed brownfield, and it is almost exclusively a trait of grown-ups. I suppose...
  • Tractor-trailers don't belong on shoulder of I-78

    Tractor-trailers don't belong on shoulder of I-78
    Q: Every morning when I drive to work, I see anywhere from three to six tractor-trailers parked on the side of the ramp from Cedar Crest Boulevard to Interstate 78 eastbound near Lehigh Valley Hospital. They are loaded with sheds of varying shapes and...
  • Gift of life stories continue to unravel after transplant

     
    This year, I have covered the survival stories of several transplant recipients. While making it to the transplant list and receiving the organ is certainly monumental, is not end of all worries for the recipients. On Monday, I spoke with two kidney...
  • A tribute to a year of healthy stories

     
    On this first week of the last month of the year I’d like to pay tribute to the people who invigorated us with their health stories. I have the fortune of having a job that allows me to be a guest in other people's worlds. And while there are...
  • LVH expands Medicaid and CHIP coverage

     
    Lehigh Valley Health Network has a new Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program partner. LVH is now a participating provider with UPMC Health Plan’s top-rated Medical Assistance (Medicaid) and CHIP programs, it announced today. According...
  • Larry Rafes receives second kidney transplant from familiar source

     
    Larry Rafes had to listen to the voicemail three times to process the news. He had spent 25 days on dialysis after been told that he would need a second kidney transplant, only three years after the first. The Allentown salesman had since become an...
  • Where friendship, and an open mind, transcend politics

     
    Morning Call readers were introduced to Boyertown-area residents Dean Angstadt and Bob Leinhauser Friday in a story about the "final" Obamacare enrollment numbers -- nothing is final, really, with Obamacare. The point of bringing them in the story was...