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  • Fleas move steel ball at Kutztown Folk Festival

    A "flea" named Mary Ellen got loose during the first performance Saturday of Marty's Miraculous Flea Circus at the Kutztown Folk Festival and ringmaster Marty Cook took off into the crowd after her with a giant tweezers. "Ladies and gentlemen, don't be...
  • Kutztown adds former Millersville assistant Mangle as offensive coordinator, QB coach

    New Kutztown coach Jim Clements has named picked former Millersville assistant coach Brad Mangle as the Golden Bears' new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Mangle, who spent 22 years on the Marauders' coaching staff, replaces one of his...
  • Top Lehigh Valley events include Allentown and Bethlehem fireworks, Kutztown Folk Fest

    FOURTH FESTIVITIES: ALLENTOWN AND BETHLEHEM 1 Allentown's free Fourth of July street festival, featuring food, live music, face painting, sky divers, kids rides, beer garden and more will be held 4-10 p.m. Friday on Linden Street (Parkway Boulevard)...
  • Lehigh Valley Arts News

    ART IN THE PARK WINNERS ANNOUNCED Winners of Allentown's 40th annual Art in the Park at West Park have been announced in six categories: First place: Catherine Colsher of Sinking Spring, oils and acrylics; Calvin Finley of Macungie, photography; Jim...
  • Colors jump out at Kutztown quilt auction

    Kutztown native and longtime quilter Craig Koller introduced bidders and spectators to a colorful palette of handcrafted quilts at a Saturday afternoon auction held on the second-to-last day of the Kutztown Folk Festival. Each year, thousands of quilters...
  • Central Catholic's boys basketball team didn't end state title drought but still set a record

    When it ended, the tears flowed. Central Catholic's boys basketball locker room at Souderton Area High School on the night of March 14 was a sad one after the Vikings fell 60-50 to Neumann-Goretti in the quarterfinals of the PIAA Class 3A tournament....
  • Past Morning Call Softball Award Winners

     
    With the 2014 Morning Call softball all-area team and award winners set to be announced later this week, here's a look at who's been honored in the past: TEAM OF THE YEAR 1994: Parkland 1995: Parkland 1996: Northampton, No. Lehigh 1997: Parkland 1998:...
  • Easton's Lasko is more than a star for Wounded Warriors

    In 2004, then-U.S. Marine Corps Corporal Dan Lasko lost part of his left leg during a mission in Afghanistan. In the 10 years that have elapsed since, he's gained so much more back. The Easton Area High School graduate and Hanover Township resident...
  • Andre Reed dedicates this year's golf tournament to the late Al Leonzi

     
    Sunday night's Pairings Party for today's fifth annual Andre Reed Celebrity Golf Classic was a lively, festive, fun-loving good time. But toward the latter part of the evening, Andre took the podium to make a special announcement. "Several months ago, I...
  • Tuition going up again at state universities

    The cost of a college education continues to rise. On Tuesday, the board of governors of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education approved a 3 percent increase in tuition — $99 a semester — bringing the total cost per semester to $3,...
  • Contest and competition winners announced for the 31st annual Schnecksville Community Fair

    The winners of the 31st annual Schnecksville Community Fair have been announced. Over 1,500 competitive items, including 307 animals, were entered in this year's competitions and the theme of the fair was "Treasure the Memories," according to a press...