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  • Public University Cuts Send Corbett's Approval Rating Tumbling.

     
    Public dissatisfaction with Gov. Tom Corbett's plan to cut funding for Penn State and other public universities by as much as 30 percent netted Corbett a 41 percent approval rating in the telephone poll of 1,256 registered voters. An equal number said...
  • Lots for kids at Mayfair this weekend

     
    Nothing signals the beginning of summer like Mayfair Festival of the Arts. This year the annual festival in Allentown returns to Cedar Beach today through Monday with more hands-on activities for kids and lots of family-friendly entertainment. KidSpace,...
  • Coaches, last chance to contribute to softball all-area team

     
    The softball season is over for everybody around here except Liberty and Kutztown, who are both in action tonight in the first round of states, but we still have to take care of the all-area sofball team and season-ending awards. Coaches, you are...
  • Boxing is underway at the Sands --Newell gets a draw

     
    Eric Newell, the former Bethlehem Catholic and Kutztown University football player, has the distinction of being involved in the first boxing match ever held here at the Sands Event Center. They are expecting close to 2,000 here at the area's...
  • Early Evening Budget Update: The House approves the #pabudget.

     
    A $27.66 billion, no-tax increase state budget that provides state colleges, libraries and public schools with the same amount of money they received this year but end a cash assistance program for the neediest Pennsylvanians is on its way to......
  • Early Evening Budget Update: The Details Emerge.

     
    Pennsylvania’s four state-related universities and the 14 state-owned universities would likely receive the same amount of money as they did last year; public schools and public libraries would also be level-funded, but a program that provides...
  • Good Shepherd to honor supporters

     
    Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network Thursday will hand out its Raker Memorial Awards, the 27th year it has been recognizing those who support Good Shepherd's mission. Dexter and Dorothy Baker of Allentown, Ray Federici of Orefield and Rod and Madeline...
  • Lehigh Valley beats Berks 4-0, moves to within one win of Softball Carpenter Cup title

     
    Olivia Marcks (Emmaus) and Marly Laubach (Northampton) combined on a three-hitter and Joelle Morey provided some insurance with a two-run double in the sixth as Lehigh Valley beat Berks County-Lancaster Lebanon 4-0 on Wednesday at FDR Park in Philadelphia...
  • Allentown says firework show will be on TV this year

     
    Allentown announced the details for its annual Fourth of July fireworks show at J. Birney Crum Stadium -- and for the first time, you won't have to leave your home to catch the light spectacle. RCN is airing the fireworks live on television. "The telecast...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Let The Games Begin.

     
    Happy New Year to you and yours. It's the first Tuesday in January, which means the state House technically returns to town today for a token session. As our colleague Mary Wilson at WITF-FM in Harrisburg reports this morning, it's likely to be over...
  • Peas & Q's announces January and February schedule

     
    The Peas & Qs free series for kids returns at the Arts-Quest Center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem at 11 a.m. Saturday with a concert by Bucks County trio Peanut Butter Jellyfish. The musicians of Peanut Butter Jellyfish feature Denise Mitkus, classically-...