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  • Town meeting on PTSD valuable

    This spring at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3405 in Coopersburg, a post-traumatic stress disorder seminar was hosted by state Rep. Justin Simmons. Panelists included a psychologist, psychiatrist, physician trauma specialist and Dr. Col. John M. Wing,...
  • Encourage reaching middle ground in Middle East

    A June 27 letter to the editor ("A divestment decision") regarding the Presbyterian Church (USA) action on its investment in three American companies is unfortunate. This was a very close vote, decided by a margin of only 1 percent of the 650...
  • 'McDonald's baby' finds woman who found him; she has clue to his mysterious birth mom

    David Volk, the Pen Argyl area man who was left in a Newark, N.J., McDonald's shortly after his birth nearly 37 years ago, on Monday tracked down the restaurant manager who found him. "I told her, thanks for finding me," Volk said after his morning...
  • Public's help sought in Coopersburg teen's 1979 disappearance

    Public's help sought in Coopersburg teen's 1979 disappearance
    Someone, somewhere knows what happened to 16-year-old Robert Keck. On Monday, the 35th anniversary of the Coopersburg boy's disappearance, investigators reached out to the public for clues. "Basically, we're hoping that someone who has some knowledge...
  • A broad spectrum: New Allentown center serves a range of special-needs children

    Amy Edgar wasn't really sure what was going on with her youngest daughter, Mary. The Coopersburg mom spend two and half years trying to find services for Mary, who didn't fit many of the criteria established for special-needs categories such as autism...
  • Stolen scooter scandal stuns Lower Saucon Township, or it should have

    Stolen scooter scandal stuns Lower Saucon Township, or it should have
    Not everyone, perhaps, considered the theft in Lower Saucon Township to be one of the most sensational news stories of the week. That's because too many people have no appreciation for romance. Think of Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn in "Roman Holiday....
  • 'A truckload of happiness': Allentown Angels help deliver shelter dogs

    It's 7 p.m. on a recent Friday, and 30-plus Allentown Angels stand ready to serve a pack of restless pooches in a parking lot in Fogelsville. The dogs are in crates stacked two or three high and secured to the interior walls of a tractor trailer. They...
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  • Bloomsburg University awards diplomas

    Bloomsburg University awards diplomas
    Bloomsburg University held graduation ceremonies May 10. Area graduates are: Lehigh County Holly C. Bachman, Whitehall, MS Comm Dis*Speech/Lang Path; Caitlin R. Bagenstose, New Tripoli, BS Health Sciences; Janice C. Bartolai, Orefield, BSN Nursing;...
  • Workout Achiever: Nurse lost 40 pounds by running

    •Name: Pat Bearish •Age: 55 •Hometown: Coopersburg •Favorite exercise routine: Running •Major exercise accomplishment: Losing 40 pounds •Proudest exercise moment: Completing the St. Luke's half-marathon and a...
  • Mom-and-pop pizza shops on the rise

    Like spring flowers, mom-and-pop pizza shops have been blossoming in the Lehigh Valley in recent months. The latest addition is Suzanna's, which opened May 29 at 2918 William Penn Highway in Palmer Township. The 35-seat restaurant joins the area's...