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  • History saved!

    History saved!
    A developer and South Whitehall Township agree on a plan to save the historic King George Inn from the wrecking ball ... The Allentown arena zone raked in $50 million in 2013, enough for annual arena debt and private development ... Meanwhile, the Phantoms unveil arena restaurants including coal-fired pizza maker Crust, Canadian doughnut shop Tim Horton's and Chickie's & Pete's of Crabfries fame ... WATCHDOG: More homeowners face electricity hikes after winter's cold ... WHO'S IN THE NEWS: Larry Curchoe has been promoted to Walmart store manager in Bethlehem, where he will direct daily operations and oversee 160 full- and part-time employees; and Bill Coble has been hired as the executive director of the Senior LIFE Lehigh Valley center in Bethlehem ... QUOTE OF THE DAY: "Another great reason to ditch debit cards and use only credit cards." -Privacy rights advocate on news of a new kind of card data theft.
  • Developer, South Whitehall agree on saving King George Inn

    Developer, South Whitehall agree on saving King George Inn
    Long live King George! The inn that is. A developer whose plans to demolish the King George Inn in South Whitehall provoked an outcry last year has come to an agreement with the township to preserve it. The developer, Atul Patel of Upper Macungie...

    Bill White's last look at the year's top stories

    Reading all these year-in-review recaps has left me a little groggy, so forgive me if my own look at 2013's top stories veers in and out of reality. January: Bethlehem police deny favoritism after citing motorist for obstructing New York Jets coach Rex...

    King George Inn jinx was in its deplorable name

    The King George Inn was jinxed from the day in 1970 when the restaurant was named after one of the worst rulers in the history of the world. They may as well have called it the Adolf Hitler Inn. The fact that a historic building is facing doom is a...

    Bethlehem peace rally is too polite and too quiet

    Bethlehem peace rally is too polite and too quiet
    Before we get to the topic of an overly polite peace rally, the distressing matter of King George III must be untangled. According to Lehigh Valley historian Frank Whelan, it was the British King George II, not King George III, for whom the King George...