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  • Lehigh Valley resident get deal at Dorney

     
    If you've been thinking about taking the little ones to Dorney Park's BooBlast! this is a perfect weekend. Dorney Park is holding Lehigh Valley Appreciation Days and residents can buy tickets for $25 through Sunday. If you live in Lehigh, Berks, Monroe,...
  • Is It Too Early To Get a Flu Shot?

     
    It was mid to late August when I first noticed advertisements for various flu clinics. They elicited the same sinking feeling I get when I see a department store with Christmas trees this time of year. I thought, “Really? Flu shots? Now?” A...
  • 153rd Pennsylvania Infantry: Author brings great-grandfather's regiment to life

    At the mention of Gettysburg, Jeff Stocker fidgets in his chair. Stocker, wearing a gold necktie adorned with the likeness of Abraham Lincoln, turns to his left and tilts his head slightly toward the ceiling. A smile emerges from his gray goatee....
  • Lehigh Valley prepares for powder keg dubbed 'Frankenstorm'

    Predictions for the hybrid storm bearing down on the Northeast keep worsening and the tone of the coverage is growing ever more strident, so it's no wonder the phone at Ice Cream World has been ringing off the hook. No one's looking to stock up on ice...
  • Valley makes the slow road back to normal

    Valley makes the slow road back to normal
    The Lehigh Valley's recovery from superstorm Sandy seemed to be proceeding slowly but surely on Wednesday, with streets coming to life and the area's electric utilities saying most power would be restored by the end of the weekend. But the return to...
  • South Whitehall property to become hotel?

     
    The former Burger King and Carvel properties on Hamilton Boulevard in South Whitehall were recently sold, an official said Tuesday. Hotel Hamilton LLC purchased nearly five acres of property in the 3100 block of Hamilton Boulevard, next to The King George...
  • Cedar Point to launch Luminosity nighttime spectacular this summer

    Cedar Point to launch Luminosity nighttime spectacular this summer
    Cedar Point plans to turn the Ohio theme park's Million Dollar Midway into the $6-million Luminosity nighttime spectacular complete with lights, lasers and fireworks tied to a stage performance with DJs, dancers and drummers. PHOTOS: Luminosity nighttime...
  • Highs and lows of a roller-coaster trip

    Highs and lows of a roller-coaster trip
    If you go Cedar Point, 1 Cedar Point Drive, Sandusky, Ohio; (419) 627-2350, http://www.cedarpoint.com. Must: Cedar Downs Racing Derby, one of the last racing carousels in the world. Miss: The miserable Mantis stand-up coaster, which left my head aching....
  • Top 10 new theme park rides for 2011

    Top 10 new theme park rides for 2011
    It already feels as if 2011 is shaping up as a tweener ye ar for new rides and attractions at U.S. theme parks. Last year saw the blockbuster debuts of Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal's Islands of Adventure in Florida and the "World of...
  • California's Great America amusement park losing another roller coaster

    California's Great America amusement park losing another roller coaster
    California's Great America has announced plans to remove the third coaster in less than a decade – a period in which no new coasters were added to the amusement park in Santa Clara, Calif. Invertigo, an inverted shuttle coaster that made its...
  • A thrilling ride through America's oldest amusement parks

    A thrilling ride through America's oldest amusement parks
    Reporting from Dorney Park in Allentown, Pa.-- The campgrounds, picnic groves and trolley parks that proliferated in Pennsylvania and Ohio in the late 19th century have survived through lean times and changing tastes to become some of the oldest...