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  • Lehigh Valley food events include homemade halupkies, brewery tours

    Lehigh Valley food events include homemade halupkies, brewery tours
    HOMEMADE HALUPKIE SALE 1 Looking for some traditional, homemade halupkies? St. Stephen of Hungary Roman Catholic Church, 510 W Union St, Allentown, is taking orders through Sunday for its authentic stuffed cabbage halupkies, a Hungarian specialty....
  • Our Lady of Destiny Catholic School to close

    Our Lady of Destiny Catholic School to close
    At Our Lady of Destiny Catholic School in Des Plaines, parents said they aren't sure what's next for their kids now that their school is shutting its doors. Tom Ramsden, 43, of Des Plaines, summed up his reaction to the closure news with one word:...
  • Bethlehem Catholic and Parkland advance in PIAA volleyball

    Bethlehem Catholic and Parkland advance in PIAA volleyball
    This trip to the PIAA playoffs, Bethlehem Catholic's Jordan Young said, is all about a positive approach. "This is our third time in states. We'd lost in the first round the past two seasons," she said, "and we weren't about to do that again." With...
  • Brittany Maynard case: Vatican official calls assisted suicide 'an absurdity'

    Brittany Maynard case: Vatican official calls assisted suicide 'an absurdity'
    A Vatican bioethics official on Tuesday condemned the death by assisted suicide of American Brittany Maynard, a terminally ill 29-year-old who ended her life over the weekend, as an undignified "absurdity." "This woman (took her own life) thinking she...
  • Busy BASD Stadium has become a local football mecca

    Busy BASD Stadium has become a local football mecca
    The fact that there will be three high school football playoff games at Bethlehem Area School District Stadium this weekend is more a testament to the quality of the three Christmas City football programs than anything else. Freedom and Bethlehem...
  • Vatican official condemns Maynard assisted suicide case as undignified 'absurdity'

    Vatican official condemns Maynard assisted suicide case as undignified 'absurdity'
    A Vatican bioethics official on Tuesday condemned the death by assisted suicide of Brittany Maynard, a terminally ill 29-year-old who ended her life over the weekend, as an undignified "absurdity". "This woman (took her own life) thinking she would...
  • Hallandale moves up in state rankings

    Hallandale moves up in state rankings
    Fresh off its dramatic 38-36 win against District 15-6A rival Boynton Beach on Friday, Hallandale moved up two spots to No. 4 in this week’s Class 6A state rankings.   The Associated Press Florida high school poll, released Tuesday, also...
  • Area teams loom large in state football poll

    Area teams loom large in state football poll
    The Associated Press Florida high-school football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, rating points and previous rankings: Class 8A Record Pts Prv 1. Dr. Phillips (9) 9-0 128 1 2. Jacksonville First Coast (2) 9-0 127 2 3....
  • Bangor grad Naylor suffers spine injury in Bucknell's win over Lafayette

    Bucknell junior defensive lineman Robert Naylor, a Bangor High School graduate, landed on his neck and suffered a spinal injury during the fourth quarter of Saturday afternoon's game against Lafayette at Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium. Naylor was...
  • FLASHBACK: In 1974, Southern Lehigh football winning streak reaches 20

    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. November 3 1989—Junior Jim Hope runs for a school-record 331 yards in Tamaqua's 28-21 win over Shenandoah. Hope, who scores on runs of 80, 46 and 6...
  • Baltimore Catholics celebrate 225th anniversary of nation's oldest archdiocese

    Baltimore Catholics celebrate 225th anniversary of nation's oldest archdiocese
    Two thousand Roman Catholics converged on Baltimore Sunday for a special All Souls' Day Mass celebrating the 225th anniversary of the archdiocese where American Catholicism was born. The service brought formal written congratulations from Pope Francis,...