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  • Colonial League ready to break a sweat

     
    Colonial League football season is underway Wednesday with the PIAA's institution of heat acclimation days. All that is missing is the heat. Eight of the 12 programs are using three days this week to go one-a-day, no-pads workouts: Bangor, Catasauqua,.......
  • Review: Rewarding Vesper and Chamber Series concerts expand musical horizons

     
    The last three weekdays of Musikfest brought rewarding performances to the Vesper and Chamber series of concerts at Central Moravian Church and the Old Chapel. I was able to hear three of the six programs, focusing on the most traditionally classical. Yet...
  • Kutztown University's Schaeffer Auditorium to reopen after expansion, renovation

     
    Kutztown University’s venerable Schaeffer Auditorium, which in its 73 years has offered events as diverse as a performance by Billy Joel and a lecture by Dr. Jack Kevorkian, is about to reopen after a 20-month, $20 million renovation that increased....
  • LV Carpenter Cup manager Ted Plessl and Andre Reed coming up on radio show

     
    Longtime local baseball man Ted Plessl will join us on the "Calling All Sports" radio show today at 10 a.m. and former Dieruff, Kutztown and NFL star Andre Reed is expected to be on around 10:30. Plessl is the manager of the Lehigh Valley Carpenter Cup...
  • WATCH JOHN MOBLEY'S INDUCTION CEREMONY FRIDAY ...

     
    Kutztown followers can watch former Golden Bear John Mobley's induction into the Division II Football Hall of Fame Friday night by clicking on the link below. http://client.stretchinternet.com/client/una.portal# The link is also available through the...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The five things you need to know this morning.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. If you've been around politics for a while, then you know how hard it is for politicians to break from the mold and occasionally swim upstream. In the wake of the Newtown shootings, it's been......
  • Bloom's Ellis earns PSAC East award

     
    Bloomsburg University's Lauren Ellis, a Bangor High School graduate, is the PSAC Eastern Division Athlete of the Week for the period ending Jan. 2. In Bloomsburg's only game last week, the senior forward scored a career-high and game-high 25 points......
  • Whitehall-Coplay Athletic Hall of Fame to induct four tonight at basketball game

     
    Tonight's varsity boys basketball game between Emmaus and Whitehall at the Zephyrs Gym will start late, closer to 7:30. That's because there will be a Hall of Fame induction ceremony between the JV and varsity games. Here are the details on the four new...
  • Local players, teams stay hot, get rewarded

     
    DeSales senior forward Brett Moyer was named the Freedom Conference Player of the Week for the third time this season. It is the fourth time this season a Bulldog has earned Freedom Conference Player of the Week honors, all in......
  • Ex-Whitehall Township man says 'American Idol' episode left him 'hurt'

     
    Whitehall High School graduate Benjamin Gaisey had tried out for “American Idol” twice, but never made it past the initial audition. Just a year away from the show’s age limit of 28, Gaisey thought he needed something extra to get......
  • Coaches lacing 'em up for good causes

     
    Several area college basketball coaches are lacing up their sneakers for a good cause in the coming days and weeks. The 10th annual Suits and Sneakers Weekend is Jan. 25-27, to raise money and awareness for the American Cancer Society.......