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  • 'Murphy's Law' for Spring Creek Road Bridge in Lower Macungie

    'Murphy's Law' for Spring Creek Road Bridge in Lower Macungie
    Q: Can you get any updated information regarding the bridge replacement on Spring Creek Road in Lower Macungie? I was wondering if they have modified the anticipated completion date. Also, after walking over and looking at the site, I am curious about all...
  • Will Pennsylvania regulate tanning parlors, but not tattoo joints?

    Friday's letter to the editor could not have come from a more qualified source. Dr. Stephen Purcell of Upper Macungie Township is a physician at Advanced Dermatology Associates, based in Allentown with branch or satellite offices in Bethlehem, Kutztown...
  • Meet your local RNC delegates

    Meet your local RNC delegates
    Pennsylvania's delegates, politicians, businesses, GOP faithful, and press -- totaling about 500 from the state -- arrived in Tampa for a weeklong pep rally. And while they're here, braving the elements, attending lavish parties, and meeting Republican A-...
  • 'The President Was Here!' looks at chief executives who spent time in Lehigh Valley

    'The President Was Here!' looks at chief executives who spent time in Lehigh Valley
    They came here for our votes, and left us their dirty coffee cups, empty beer glasses and even locks of hair. First on horseback, then by train and by Air Force One, 24 presidents have visited the Lehigh Valley, not to mention vice presidents,...
  • Bogus beer stein claim shifts focus from Musikfest to the Kutztown Folk Festival

    Bogus beer stein claim shifts focus from Musikfest to the Kutztown Folk Festival
    There is a German mystique in the Lehigh Valley, especially when Musikfest and its oompah band music is approaching, and it'd be a shame to see the lederhosen come unstitched, figuratively speaking. That is why it was so upsetting this week to read about...
  • Marshalls Creek roundabout hits the showroom floor

    Marshalls Creek roundabout hits the showroom floor
    Q: It will be interesting to observe how the public accepts the Marshalls Creek Bypass roundabout in the Poconos, and how well it works. This could be a test case for eastern Pennsylvania. It may turn out that the roundabout will work on the relatively...
  • Gnome sweet gnome

    Gnome sweet gnome
    If you see someone walking with a cane, and the top of the cane looks like the head of a gnome or a fairy-tale dwarf, there's a pretty good chance you've seen a Knobbit. Bob Evans — no, not the restaurant guy, the other one — is the man...
  • State Owned Universities Tuition Up 3% for 2012-13

    State Owned Universities Tuition Up 3% for 2012-13
    The cost of attending a state owned university for the 2012-13 academic year is going up. The Board of Governors of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education(PASSHE) on Monday approved a 3 percent hike in tuition.  The good news, its the fifth...
  • Military dog handler gets package from home

    Military dog handler gets package from home
    I threw Sara Donner's name into our newspaper library system and found hits for two photos. One was when the Lehighton girl was 10 years old. She and three friends were doing cartwheels at the Community Grove. The second photo accompanied a story...
  • Lancaster man arrested after stealing guns and impersonating a police officer

    Lancaster man arrested after stealing guns and impersonating a police officer
    A 45-year-old Lancaster County man is facing criminal charges after impersonating a police officer and stealing two guns from an antique store. Benjamin MacMichael, of Denver, is accused of stealing two guns from Renningers Antiques along the 2500 block...
  • Gular looks for first auto racing win of season at Grandview

    Confidently, Mike Gular has been building a career year this season. The Green Lane driver entered the racing program Saturday night at Grandview Speedway sitting solidly as the fifth-place driver in the season-long points battle aboard the Jeremy and...