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  • Jeff Parks kicks off his last Musikfest as president

     Jeff Parks kicks off his last Musikfest as president
    The crowd of onlookers toted their traditional Musikfest mugs. Outside the windows of the ArtsQuest Center in south Bethlehem, the sky was a gray soup that drizzled into puddles around the tables and stage — also a tradition. But this time, when...
  • Bethlehem tweaks sprinker systems code to include audible devices

    Bethlehem is continuing to tweak the city's code regarding sprinkler systems in the sprawling warehouses going up at the former Bethlehem Steel plant site. During Tuesday night's meeting, City Council approved an amendment to the International Building...
  • AG ends investigation of National Museum of Industrial History

    AG ends investigation of National Museum of Industrial History
    The state attorney general's office has concluded its investigation into the finances of the National Museum of Industrial History in Bethlehem and construction on the long-overdue project could begin this fall, according to museum interim CEO L....
  • A peek inside Allentown's high-end hotel

    With its Dime Bank entrance, industrial look and locally inspired artwork, the new Renaissance Hotel is designed to be uniquely Allentown. But there's one thing about the 170-room edifice that most don't associate with a downtown that's been in decline...
  • Tax breaks for veterans unfair to other retirees [Letter]

    Tax breaks for veterans unfair to other retirees [Letter]
    As a 67-year-old retiree living in Maryland my whole life I am sick and tired of politicians picking winners and losers ("Hogan tells veterans he would eliminate state income tax on military pensions July 16). As one of the tens of thousand of Bethlehem...
  • Allentown, Bethlehem's brewery chances sinking like a Stone

    Allentown and Bethlehem appear to be out of the running to host Stone Brewing Co.'s East Coast brewery. After inviting applicants from cities and towns up and down the East Coast, the expanding California craft brewer has narrowed its options for...
  • Phantoms owners may buy Steel Ice Center in Bethlehem

    The $177 million PPL Center hasn't even opened, but the Lehigh Valley Phantoms owners are already looking to expand — sort of. Jim and Rob Brooks are in talks to buy Steel Ice Center in Bethlehem. The addition of the two-rink facility on former...
  • Runner's World Half Marathon unveils faster Bethlehem course

    Runners taking part in the 2014 Runner's World Half Marathon on Oct. 19 will feel something they hadn't felt in the previous two years of the Rodale publication's signature race: speed. During a media conference on Tuesday at SteelStacks in Bethlehem,...
  • John W. Trageser Jr., mechanical engineer

    John W. Trageser Jr., mechanical engineer
    John W. Trageser Jr., a retired mechanical engineer who headed a contracting firm, died of cancer Sunday at his Lutherville home. He was 88. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of John W. Trageser Sr., who owned Trageser's Cozy Inn, and the former...
  • James J. Connolly, manager

    James J. Connolly, manager
    James J. Connolly, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. manager whose career spanned 40 years, died July 4 of liver cancer at his Towson home. He was 85. The son of Harry T. Connolly, president of the old Washington, Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad, and...
  • REVIEW: Delta Rae brings large stage presence to Musikfest Cafe

     
    Although a “folk rock” band, Delta Rae errs on the side of rock with a more mainstream appeal. The Durham, N.C.-based band straddle both genres in its own way — folk in the way of the band’s roots and penchant for storytelling, but...