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  • Coopersburg church's party gives help and hope

    In Coopersburg they've been pulling off something extraordinary for the past dozen years, and even though it's the kind of thing I write about all the time, it eluded my notice until now. Glenn Kranzley, who for many years was the editorial page...
  • Tommy

    ANIMALS IN DISTRESS As a stray with one eye, I was unwanted. Someone was going to kill me. Just in time I was rescued and am so grateful for being given a second chance. I am very social with people and other cats. I am in good health and would love a...
  • Police weigh in on restricted-bridge enforcement

    Q: Being a former owner of large trucks, I am familiar with the weight-restriction laws often placed on structurally deficient bridges. The state has posted the Cementon-Northampton Bridge at 50,000 pounds, yet driving this road daily, I constantly see...
  • NAI Summit leases office building, and other company news

    NAI Summit leases office building Logan Winchester of NAI Summit recently represented the owner, Hanover Office Plaza, in the lease transaction with MaGauren Guild Malls, that plans to open an administrative branch at 961 Marcon Blvd. in Allentown. The...
  • Don't spend tax money on immigrant children

    I saw in The Morning Call a photograph with people holding two signs about Americans. The first sign said, "Racists: go home!" I'm home here in the USA, and I'm an American. No one should dare call me a racist. We can't take care of our own American...
  • Parkland grad Mellen heading back to junior cycling worlds after highlighting locals at U.S. championships

    James Mellen of Schnecksville will be heading for Seoul and the Junior World Cycling Championships next month after teaming with two others to win the team sprint at the U.S. Junior Track National Championships last month in Carson, Calif. Mellen, a 2014...
  • Hot business: Kutztown couple make sauces with pesticide-free peppers

    From two acres in Kutztown comes a fiery commitment to pesticide-free food production. Homesweet Homegrown in Kutztown creates sauces made from their own peppers grown on what were once fields of genetically modified corn. "A lot of people don't...
  • Demonstrate compassion toward soldier

    As to whether Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl should be allowed to return to active duty, I believe the country should adopt a compassionate and "innocent until proven guilty" attitude toward this young man. Accusations have been flying left and right, but the Army...
  • Police: Rifle and jewelry stolen in distraction burglary

    A Springfield woman was distracted Thursday afternoon by a thief whose accomplices stole a rifle and jewelry from her home, township police said. According to police: A woman was mowing her lawn around 1 p.m. at the rear of her home in the 7700 block of...
  • Shopping Scout: Doll repair, ladies bowling shoes car manual and more

    LOOKING FOR Doll repair: Anita of Allentown is looking for someone who can repair dolls. She has several that need new legs, re-stuffed and new wigs and shoes. Ladies bowling shoes: Betty of Bethlehem is looking for ladies bowling shoes for her...
  • Lower Macungie commissioners OK warehouse development

    Lower Macungie commissioners OK warehouse development
    Lower Macungie commissioners gave their approval Thursday night to a plan for nearly 3 million square feet of warehouses, the first major development planned for Jaindl Land Co.-owned farmland that was the subject of controversial zoning changes in 2010....