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  • What's the buzz? Lehigh Valley Beekeepers create awareness on Saturday

    Honey practically runs through the veins of New Tripoli native Joe Zeller. At 95 years old, he has been beekeeping since 1953. He has spent the majority of his life involved with agriculture. "I was raised on a farm," says Zeller, a state...
  • Shopping Scout: Toaster cover, Santa suit, more

    LOOKING FOR Fabric: Betty is looking for low-maintenance material (no washing machine necessary), to make clothing for those in need. She's also seeking available sewers. Toaster cover: Tom of Slatington is looking for a toaster cover for a two-slice...
  • Shopping Scout: Bicycle, children's picnic table, casserole dish and more

    LOOKING FOR Bicycle: Evelyn of Bethlehem is looking for a 26-inch bicycle in good condition for her grandson. Suitcase: Betty of Northampton is looking for a 21-inch suitcase with wheels in good condition. Childrens picnic table: Pat of Coopersburg...
  • Think small

    For many homeowners, the kitchen is the heart of the house: A warm place of shared meals, nurturing and conversation. If that place is very small, ill-designed or out-of-date, though, it can interfere with the practical demands of storing, preparing and...
  • Coplay couple 'critical' after tire blows, car crashes into North Whitehall tree

    A Coplay couple were seriously injured Wednesday morning when their car blew a tire and crashed into a tree in North Whitehall Township, police said. Douglas Lloyd, 79, was driving west at 4101 Sand Spring Road at 10:55 a.m. when a tire failed and he...
  • 2 shot as Musikfest clears, mayor declares violence 'will not go unanswered'

    After a shooting late Tuesday night just blocks from Bethlehem's Musikfest — the second there in four days — Mayor Robert Donchez vowed the crimes "will not go unanswered" and more police will be out on the streets during the city's biggest...
  • Volunteers Needed

    DELAWARE AND LEHIGH NATIONAL HERITAGE CORRIDOR, Easton, seeks field-trip docents for fourth-grade field trips focusing on 19th century canal life in Freemansburg, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sept. 29 through Oct. 17. Docents will be responsible...
  • Shopping Scout: Pool filter motor, recipe, tables and more

    LOOKING FOR Motor for pool filter and lawn mower parts: Dennis of Bethlehem is looking for an electric motor for a Waterway pool filter. He's also still looking for parts for a Snapper Lawn Mower, especially the removable dock plate. Diet recipe: Bob of...
  • FDA: Don't marinate chicken wings in newspaper bags

    We were a little worried last week when we passed along a tip from Mike Much in Upper Saucon Township, who saves the bags in which his newspapers are delivered for marinating chicken wings. We thought People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals might...
  • Cigarette butt sparked fire that ignited propane tank in Catasauqua house fire

    Cigarette butt sparked fire that ignited propane tank in Catasauqua house fire
    A cigarette butt started a smoldering fire that spread to a propane tank on a gas grill and damaged several homes in Catasauqua on Saturday, the borough's fire marshal said. Firefighters were called to the fire at 725 Crane St. at 10:58 a.m. Moments...
  • 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...