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South Whitehall Township

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  • Older PA plates fading away, but still on the road

    Q: I was traveling Route 22 to work recently and saw a vanity license plate in the old format of yellow lettering on blue background with the grating 'You've got a friend in Pennsylvania' tag line. I thought these plates were not allowed after the...
  • Citizens Police Academy classes to be offered through South Whitehall Township Sept. 9

    Lehigh County Chiefs of Police Assoc. will offer a weekly Citizens Police Academy, 6-9 p.m., Sept. 9-Nov 25, according to the South Whitehall Township website. Topics that will be covered include fingerprinting, firearms safety, crime scene processing...
  • Alleged Route 22 wrong-way driver arraigned on drunk driving, assault charges

    A man who drove the wrong way on Route 22 with his lights off one night last month, crashing into several vehicles and injuring himself and six others in South Whitehall Township, was charged Wednesday with drunken driving and aggravated assault by...
  • Society unraveling

    Events in this story are fast-moving. Every faction has ammunition to fuel its narrative, without waiting for an official inquiry. In polling after the Aug. 9 shooting, 80 percent of blacks said that it had its roots in racism, but only 37 percent of...
  • Police: Teen drinks booze, burglarizes middle school in South Whitehall

    A teen drank alcohol and then burglarized Springhouse Middle School in South Whitehall Township early Saturday with his friends, according to court records. Scott P. Armstrong, 18, of South Whitehall and several others climbed a wall and entered...
  • Two charged with stealing backpack at Dorney Park, spending $2,500 on victim's credit card

    Two men were charged with stealing a backpack from Dorney Park on Monday and using a credit card inside to run up more than $2,500 in charges at the amusement park, according to court records. Ruben Ramirez, 20, of Allentown, and Jeremy Espinosa, 27,...
  • Cha-CHING doesn't mean food's too expensive

    With a well-deserved vacation looming, I need to tie up loose ends on some previous columns. • I'm still taking your notes and phone calls about what you think of changes over the years at Musikfest, but I do want to comment myself on one subject...
  • Customer struggles to pin down Staples on warranty

    Customer struggles to pin down Staples on warranty
    There's never a good time for your printer to stop working, but Shirley Nylund's failed her at an especially inconvenient time. A project deadline was looming when the black ink stopped printing. She took the printer to Staples in South Whitehall...
  • Cedar Crest Boulevard Bridge near Parkland High School reopens

    The repaired Cedar Crest Boulevard Bridge over Jordan Creek in South Whitehall Township, just south of Parkland High School, reopened to traffic Thursday afternoon, according to PennDOT. The bridge between Ritter and Iron Bridge roads had been closed to...
  • Express yourself at Glossy Stones

    Get your creative juices flowing at the Lehigh Valley's newest art studio, Glossy Stones. The venue, which also features a retail shop and gallery, opened July 28 at 2 E. Emmaus Ave. in Allentown. It joins a growing number of area businesses,...
  • Theater: Selkie presents Irish green plays at farm

    A theater event that was a hit three years ago returns this weekend to fill the bucolic Anam Cara Farm in South Whitehall Township. Selkie Theatre founders Kate Scuffle and George Miller will present "Bo Leictreach GreenPlay Festival," featuring new 10-...