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  • Catfish are biting in the Lehigh, Delaware rivers

    The Doobie Brothers sang that catfish are jumpin', and that's the same thing many of our local bait shops are hearing from our anglers this month. Chicken livers and any other stinky bait you can put together usually work best for our stinger-filled finny...
  • Streets around Allentown arena will be repaved

    Streets around Allentown arena will be repaved
    The city of Allentown said the following streets around the new hockey arena at Hamilton and Seventh streets will be closed for milling and repaving: Thursday: Linden Street from Seventh to Eighth streets will be closed for milling; Eighth Street from...
  • Allen grad's role in 'Let's Be Cops' one of many in rising career

    Allentown native Fred Galle is a busy man. With roles in more than a half-dozen new films, including the now-playing "Let's Be Cops," the actor never seems to stop working. "If a movie was shot on the East Coast, I'm probably in it," Galle says. He's...
  • Closet encounter

    So what's in your closet? Experts in storage design say the answer to the question is closets hold well-organized belongings in well-designed spaces. Look on the bright side, achieving organization has its rewards. Wandering about looking for something...
  • Final weeks to see Da Vinci's 'Space' exhibit

    There are two weeks left to check out rocks from the moon and Mars and to walk through a lunar base camp at the Da Vinci Science Center exhibit "Space: A Journey to Our Future." The exhibition, presented in collaboration with NASA, also features a...
  • Shine a light on storage

    Ever versatile, light-emitting diode fixtures offer unparalleled design options for lighting in closets. LEDs can be built into the rod that holds hangers or hooked to a sensor to light up a jewelry cabinet door or drawer when it is opened, says Ellyn...
  • Store credit cards have perks, but can be costly

    Store credit cards have perks, but can be costly
    If you've put off your-back-to-school shopping and will be hitting the stores in the next few days looking for last-minute savings, one deal you may want to avoid is the one offered to sign up for a store credit card. Stores often dangle an additional...
  • Driver Billy Pauch Jr. takes season-long Kutztown Fairgrounds SpeedSTR title

    Brad Brightbill of Sinking Spring, a 32-year-old second-generation driver, earned his first career SpeedSTR victory last Wednesday night at the JeffreyHogueRealtor.com Action Track USA at the Kutztown Fairgrounds dirt oval, outracing Billy Pauch Jr. to...
  • Man waives hearing in Allentown home-invasion robbery case

    One man accused of committing a home-invasion robbery last month in Allentown gave up his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday morning while an alleged accomplice had his hearing postponed. A shot was fired during the July 24 robbery in the 400...
  • Allentown builder apologizes to sleepy seniors

    Tuesday night Joanne Young laid her head on the pillow in her 11th-floor apartment at Allentown Center Square and did something she hadn't done since last week — she fell right asleep. That's because for the first time in days, the late night and...
  • Mayberry to rehab wrist with IronPigs

    Mayberry to rehab wrist with IronPigs
    PHILADELPHIA — John Mayberry Jr. has been on the disabled list since July 22 with left-wrist inflammation but he'll take one step closer to returning to the Phillies on Tuesday. The outfielder/first baseman said he will join the Triple-A Lehigh...