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  • Allentown used bookstore to close

    While a deluge of restaurants and retail shops are expected to fill downtown Allentown in the wake of the PPL Center's debut in the fall, the city will soon be losing another bookstore. Another Story used bookstore at 524 N. 18th St. (near Wert's Cafe)...
  • Dance hall days in Catasauqua

    Unless you're a C-list celebrity or a washed-up professional athlete, gracing the stage of "Dancing with the Stars" probably isn't in the cards for you. This doesn't mean you can't learn the moves though. The Gas House Dance Hall in Catasauqua, which...
  • It was a trip getting refunds for canceled trips

    Two Lehigh County couples who recently intended to tour Turkey instead endured a rocky journey to get a refund after their prepaid trips were canceled at the last minute. Tony O'Malley of Emmaus and Dick Baumann of Allentown contacted the Watchdog to...
  • Protecting seniors from scams is everyone's job

    I need your help protecting senior citizens from scammers. We need to spread the word so what happened to a Montgomery County woman doesn't happen to anyone else. She lost $92,000 to a foreign fraudster who tricked her into thinking she'd won millions...
  • Player of the Week: Nate Feiertag, Emmaus

    Many consider the best days of the Emmaus program to be in the future with a talented group of underclassmen, including a JV team that won the title in last summer's Stellar tournament and won the Emmaus Christmas JV tournament last week. But for Nate...
  • 'No shooshing' at Let's Play Books!

    In a world where many independently owned and operated bookstores are closing their doors, Let's Play Books! in Emmaus aims to buck the trend. The shop, which sells approximately 1,000 youth-oriented books (about 850 separate titles), opened Dec. 5 at...
  • Hobby Lobby satisfies crafters' cravings

    If packed parking lots are any indication of a business' popularity, the new Hobby Lobby in Trexlertown has a very bright future. The arts-and-crafts store at 7150 Hamilton Blvd. (former space of Sears Appliance & Hardware) was mobbed during a grand-...
  • What the heck does that sign mean?

    Q: A few signs popped up just recently in the Emmaus area announcing, 'Water Supply Area, Next 15 Miles." We have had a few family discussions trying to figure out what it means, and why we need to call 911 if there is a 'spill,' and have not come up with...
  • Get latest looks for less at Plato's Closet

    Fashion-forward teens and young adults often face the perplexity of having a full closet, yet still "nothing to wear." They're also usually on a budget. Enter: Plato's Closet — a national chain of stores that buy and sell gently used brand-name...
  • Good for you goodies at Musclelicious Foods

    Cipriano and Sharin Pereira of Lopatcong Township began their quest to make the perfect protein pudding 10 years ago. The self-described fitness buffs experimented with countless combinations of ingredients in hopes they could "take a break from the...
  • MVC needs more than a merger to close gap with LVC

    MVC needs more than a merger to close gap with LVC
    The numbers from a Mountain Valley Conference perspective were not good on the gridiron this weekend. Whitehall 56, Pleasant Valley 28. Parkland 35, Stroudsburg 21. Nazareth 56, Pocono Mountain East 25. Bethlehem Catholic 34, Lehighton 6. Yes,...