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  • Change a cloth diaper to break a Guinness World record

     
    Change your baby's cloth diaper Saturday at the Lehigh Valley Zoo and take part in a Guinness World Record attempt while helping to make the world a little greener. Hosted by Ju-Ju Monkey, a Schnecksville-based cloth diaper and natural baby care web-...
  • Tribute to Punkin Miller on "Calling All Sports" TV show; and a reception to honor Punkin announced

     
    We'll have one more tribute to Punkin Miller on this week's Morning Call "Calling All Sports" television show. Three of Punkin's former players -- Ted Plessl, Mike Schneider and Dan Waelchli -- will be the guests. The show airs at 8 p.m. Monday on Service...
  • Don't miss Lehigh County Open Gate Farm Tour Sunday

     
    The Lehigh County Open Gate Farm Tour will be held 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21, with 19 sites offering tours, demonstrations and products. The event is sponsored by Penn State Cooperative Extension, 610-391-9840. Look for the number on the sign that...
  • Don't miss Boo at the Zoo!

     
    Kids can trick or treat among the animals at the Lehigh Valley Zoo Saturday and Sunday with Boo at the Zoo. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. kids can come in costume and collect treats at the Schnecksville zoo. There are also lots of animal events. On Saturday,...
  • 'Boys, we've got to make a break for it'

    'Boys, we've got to make a break for it'
    Graydon "Woody" Woods grew up on a western Pennsylvania farm, married an Allentown girl during World War II and went to Europe with the Army's 28th Infantry Division. Pfc. Woods fought in the hedgerows of Normandy and paraded before cheering throngs in...
  • New focus on laws that make adult children responsible for a parent's care bills

    New focus on laws that make adult children responsible for a parent's care bills
    John Pittas' mother spent six months in a Pennsylvania facility recovering after an auto accident, then moved to Greece to be with her other children. Left behind: $93,000 in unpaid care bills. The facility sued to collect — from John Pittas....
  • New Upper Macungie Weis will have a cafe that serves food and beer

    New Upper Macungie Weis will have a cafe that serves food and beer
    It’s official. Weis Markets along Route 100 near Fogelsville in Upper Macungie Township will open Dec. 9. And, in addition to being the most environmentally friendly (LEED-certified) Weis in the Lehigh Valley, it will be yet another store to have an...
  • In Sandy's aftermath, Valley residents grapple with outages, downed trees, blocked roads

    Roy Nimmo has lived long enough to keep things in perspective. He built his Williams Township home in 1948, after World War II, and spent his first two years there hauling his own water. In the great flood of 1955, the creek behind his house overflowed...
  • Valley makes the slow road back to normal

    Valley makes the slow road back to normal
    The Lehigh Valley's recovery from superstorm Sandy seemed to be proceeding slowly but surely on Wednesday, with streets coming to life and the area's electric utilities saying most power would be restored by the end of the weekend. But the return to...
  • Amazon warehouse workers fight for unemployment benefits

    Amazon warehouse workers fight for unemployment benefits
    Months after she suffered heat exhaustion and lost her job in an Amazon.com warehouse in Breinigsville, Rosemarie Fritchman sat in a small conference room pleading for unemployment benefits of about $160 a week. Opposing her at the hearing before a...
  • Handicapped-space violators

     
    Judging by the traffic that flows into my email garage, able-bodied motorists rude enough to park in spaces reserved for handicapped residents, or to park so close to the marked "door zones" to block wheelchair access, draw some of the most intense ire...