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  • Two Lehigh Valley teams doing well in Youth Legion baseball regional tournaments

     
    Two area Youth Legion (fomerly Junior Legion) baseball teams have done well so far in their regional tournaments. At the regional tournament in Kutztown, North Parkland is 2-0 and in the winners bracket final after posting wins over Red Lion (9-2) and...
  • ASO's 'The Planets' a spectacular concert experience

     
    One small step up the podium, one giant leap into the cosmos. On Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon at Symphony Hall, the Allentown Symphony Orchestra, piloted by conductor Diane Wittry, blasted off into the solar system and beyond with an...
  • Look back at LV Sports Hall of Fame banquet; plus updated high school softball standings

     
    On Saturday night I emceed the third annual Lehigh Valley Sports Hall of Fame banquet at the Northampton Community Center. Amazingly we had four special speeches and did more than 20 HOF presentations in an hour and a half. Some people may think I did the...
  • Wycliffe Gordon carries Satchmo's Swing

     
    Wycliffe Gordon's admiration for Louis Armstrong is undeniable, but it would not have meant a thing if he didn't carry Satchmo's swing, and Thursday at Kutztown University the veteran trombonist lived in Pops' skin....
  • Corman: Taxpayer return on higher education merits public investment.

     
    Pennsylvania's $1 Billion Investment ... ... in higher education yields a return to the taxpayers in the form of lower tuition for in-state students, access to higher education for lower-income students and it spurs economic development in host...
  • Corbett To Critics "Where Would You Have Me Take" Money To Restore Higher Ed Cuts?

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett threw down the gauntlet this morning to critics of his proposed cuts to higher education spending, challenging them to find the money to restore the millions of dollars in reductions planned for the state’s public universities and.....
  • The Sunday Brunch: When Political Reality Trips Up Budget Rhetoric.

     
    Want the big take-away from the three weeks' worth of state Senate budget hearings that concluded this past Thursday? It's this: Bumper-sticker rhetoric about fiscal austerity and making the tough choices sounds good on paper — until state lawmakers...
  • Official: Even with new Voter ID law, no one will be turned away at the polls.

     
    With the April 24 primary less than a week away, Pennsylvania’s top elections official sought to reassure voters Wednesday that a lack of photo identification won’t result in their being turned away at the polls. “No eligible...
  • Vatti, Fritsche have banner weekends

     
    Easton High graduate Mike Vatti was a double winner at last Saturday’s Skyhawk Invitational at Stonehill College. The Bentley University senior won the 200 in a personal best of 22.14 and the 400 in 49.18. Bentley will compete this weekend......
  • Science Festival of Lehigh Valley debuts this weekend

     
    Kids can control a robot, see live animals, do chemical experiments and explore a giant dinosaur balloon sculpture at the inaugural Science Festival of the Lehigh Valley this weekend which includes a variety of free or inexpensive experiences throughout...
  • GOP Senate sends its budget to the state House.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett weighed in Wednesday on the $27.6 billion budget backed by fellow Republicans in the state Senate, warning that even though the state has some extra money in its pocket, it’s still going to finish the fiscal year......