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  • Kutztown University Dance Team to open Thanksgiving Parade

     
    Nearly 30 students from the Kutztown University Dance Team, including eight from the Lehigh Valley will perform during the opening and finale of the Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade. The parade which begins at 8:30 a.m. Thursday will be broadcast on.....
  • Jazz Masters honoree Keith Jarrett credits mother, Allentown in acceptance speech

     
    Improvisational jazz great Keith Jarrett, who the National Endowment for the Arts' 2014 Jazz Masters Award this week, in his acceptance speech credited his success to his Allentown upbringing and piano instruction. Keith Jarrett at the winner's podium...
  • Swift Justice: Property easements and dealership contracts

    Dear Jackie, We moved into our house over 26 years ago and have always had a great relationship with all of our neighbors. The neighbor who lived directly next door to us moved a few months ago after living in the house for 25 years. Since the new...
  • Swift Justice: Lawyer communication and rent-to-own scams

    Dear Jackie, Our family is in the process of trying to get my grandmother's estate finalized. She had a lawyer and everything was going good until now. We had her final income tax done, but the issue now is that the lawyer is not keeping us in the loop....
  • Two Chuck Bednarik ceremonies planned for Liberty on Friday

     
    Chuck Bednarik will be honored in two separate ceremonies on Friday at Liberty High School with the second one culminating in the unveiling of a statue of "Concrete Charlie" at Bethlehem Area School District Stadium. The first ceremony will take place...
  • Alerts issued about free medical alert calls

    Many senior citizens fear they will fall or suffer a medical emergency and not be able to reach a phone to call for help, and authorities are warning that scammers are playing off those fears. Suspicious calls are being placed to seniors nationwide...
  • Coopersburg motorist agrees with the Warrior: Many speed limits are set too low

     
    Bill Winkler of Coopersburg sent this interesting email recently. I'm will you 1001 percent, Bill, as the column from a few years ago (copy follows your letter) shows. Thanks, Bill! -------------------------------------- Hi Dan, This morning's article...
  • Parkettes' Price makes a huge statement

     
    If how you respond to adversity counts for anything, Elizabeth Price scored big time Saturday night during the finals of the P&G U.S. Gymnastics Championships in Hartford, Conn. Price, already compromised because she was unable to perform all four of........
  • Queen crowned for 2013 Great Allentown Fair

     
    A Coopersburg resident has been crowned Queen of the 2013 Great Allentown Fair. Erin Schantzenbach, 19, will “reign” over all fair activities when the 161st fair begins on Aug. 27. Festivities will continue through Labor Day. Schantzenbach...
  • Parkettes' Price, 2 Leopards get accolades

     
    Elizabeth "Ebee" Price may not have done enough to convince the people who selected the U.S. women's gymnastics competitors for the London Olympic Games, but people who follow the sport via the popular Gymnastike.com Internet website liked her a lot.........
  • U.S. Gymnastics update -- Senior Women

     
    Elizabeth Price competed on only vault and uneven bars Thursday night in the first round of the P&G U.S. Gymnastics Championships in Hartford, Conn. The 17-year-old Parkettes gymnast from Coopersburg, coming off six months of hip injuries and with only......