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  • Emmaus' Community Arts Center reaches one-year mark

    Emmaus' Community Arts Center reaches one-year mark
    Having passed its first anniversary in May, the Community Center for the Arts inside Emmaus Borough Hall is planning to showcase local talent with visual art exhibits including paintings, photography, textiles and sculpture, according to the Emmaus Arts...
  • Emmaus man arrested with pot and guns in W.Va. as 30 chickens fly, police say

    Emmaus man arrested with pot and guns in W.Va. as 30 chickens fly, police say
    An Emmaus man crashed on a West Virginia highway early Friday, and when state police arrived they said they found explosives, firearms and marijuana in his vehicle and 30 chickens running off. Seth Grim, 21, told emergency crews on Interstate 79 near...
  • Airshow delivers – fast, low and upside down

    Airshow delivers – fast, low and upside down
    Bill Hauver had his two children heed the public address announcer's warning to cover their ears as the Sea Harrier readied for a low pass. Disappointed in the lack of noise, he shook his head. Moments later, the immense aircraft sped by again,...
  • Homeless Allentown man accused of prowling inside Lower Milford home

    A homeless man was charged with prowling Wednesday in an unoccupied Lower Milford Township home. Police said they found his personal papers, including his photograph, in the house. Edward J. Winebarger, 34, was charged Thursday with criminal trespass,...
  • Top 3 health tips: foods that fight inflammation

    Top 3 health tips: foods that fight inflammation
    Inflammation is like salt. A pinch is a good thing, but get a tad too much and it ruins everything. Chronic inflammation has been linked to everything from acne and allergies to intestinal issues, neurological disorders, autoimmune diseases and joint...
  • 'Life After Beth': DeHaan's new 'zom-com-rom-dram'

    Allentown native Dane DeHaan was recently described by Vanity Fair as "his generation's Marlon Brando." So, what is the fast-rising star of movies like "Chronicle," "Place Beyond The Pines" and "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" doing in a zombie movie? Well,...
  • Shopping Scout

    VCR repair: Nancy of Whitehall is looking for someone to repair a VCR (RCA). T-shirts: Karen of Whitehall is looking for adult medium, plain charcoal heather T-shirts. "I'm looking for any brand with tag at the neck," she said. Milton Bradley game:...
  • Emmaus summer compost site hours continue through Sept. 22

    Emmaus summer compost site hours continue through Sept. 22
    Emmaus compost site hours through Sept. 22 continue from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday; 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., or until dusk on Wednesday, and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, the website said. The compost site hours will change on Sept. 24, the...
  • No defamation: Slozer, Donches lose lawsuit over election commentary

    A pair of well known Emmaus political activists who claimed they were defamed by a campaign website during a contentious 2011 borough election have lost their case in Lehigh County Court. Judge Edward D. Reibman on Friday dismissed the defamation lawsuit...
  • Durrah wins QB job at Easton

    Durrah wins QB job at Easton
    Easton junior Trey Durrah remembers watching from the Cottingham Stadium stands several years ago when Justin Pacchioli and Ian Hayden quarterbacked the Red Rovers to Lehigh Valley Conference and District 11 Class 4A titles. Now it's his turn. Durrah,...
  • Two more August concerts at Emmaus park

    The Midnight Special Band will perform at 6 p.m., Aug. 24, and The Macungie Band at 6 p.m., Aug. 31, in Emmaus to complete the summer concerts in the park series hosted by the Emmaus Special Entertainment Commission, according to the borough's website....