| Nov 7, 2013
| 6:38 PM
Q: While driving to work the morning of Sept. 27, I came across an unfamiliar situation. I approached an intersection with traffic signals posted with temporary stop signs in all four directions, I assume left over from a power outage. When my direction got the green light, the first car went through, but the next car stopped at the stop sign. Every car ahead of me followed suit, stopping despite the green light, backing up traffic. When our light was red, cross-street traffic went through continuously, per normal traffic laws. It was the same condition at the next intersection, where my idea was to continue through on the green light, but a cross-street motorist thought it was his turn, assuming we were alternating like at a four-way stop sign. He got mad when I continued, forcing me to swerve out of his way. Which takes precedence, the light or the stop sign?
| Aug 14, 1989
If Alfundo the Clown is gone, what charm can be left in Dorney Park? Alfundo was the colorful centerpiece of the South Whitehall Township amusement grounds for more than 25 years.
Alfundo (which stands for Allentown's Fun is Dorney Park) was named in a...