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South Whitehall Township

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  • Get every last drop of wrinkle cream

    Kathy Brearley shared a funny story with us last week when we visited her to see how she gets every last bit of facial cream out of the container. The South Whitehall Township resident was watching television and became intrigued when they promoted...
  • Curtain rises on Shanty on 19th

    An iconic restaurant where generations of people gathered to celebrate special occasions or enjoy a nightcap after a show has been revived in Allentown's West End Theater District. The Shanty on 19th, which held a soft opening May 22 following...
  • Central Catholic graduate got to share the stage with Peyton Manning at University of Virginia

    Amy Rodgers and her brother, Mike, are Manning fans, but as New York Giants fans they have rooted for Eli much more than his brother Peyton. That may change to a degree after their experience on May 17 when Amy and Mike got the chance to meet the...
  • A taxing debate over heating oil tax

    Steve Sweigart hates all of the taxes he has to pay. So he sure wasn't going to pay sales tax on something that's not taxable, like heating oil for his home. "I pay enough taxes," said Sweigart, of South Whitehall Township, who recently was locked in a...
  • 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...
  • Cultures converge at Catasauqua deli

    What do you get when a Polish-born woman and her Italian-American husband decide to open a deli? The Poletalian Deli, of course! No, seriously. Husband and wife Steve and Edyta Masone of Whitehall Township held a grand opening of their Polish/Italian...
  • King George Inn jinx was in its deplorable name

    The King George Inn was jinxed from the day in 1970 when the restaurant was named after one of the worst rulers in the history of the world. They may as well have called it the Adolf Hitler Inn. The fact that a historic building is facing doom is a...
  • Legislation targets surprise hospital charges

    With health care costs already strangling many families, a lawmaker wants to make sure Pennsylvania residents aren't surprised by the controversial fees that have angered some Lehigh Valley residents. Rep. Dan Frankel introduced legislation about a...
  • Motorists ignore left-turn bans

    Q: What happened to the 'no left turn' sign at the Lehigh Street entrance/exit of the Wawa across from Queen City Airport? There was a sign prohibiting motorists exiting the Wawa from making a left onto the very busy Lehigh Street. Since then I have...
  • Bethlehem peace rally is too polite and too quiet

    Bethlehem peace rally is too polite and too quiet
    Before we get to the topic of an overly polite peace rally, the distressing matter of King George III must be untangled. According to Lehigh Valley historian Frank Whelan, it was the British King George II, not King George III, for whom the King George...
  • Concrete island at new Whitehall intersection cuts turn lane short

    Q: Why in the new construction did they make the concrete island so long on northbound MacArthur Road approaching Mechanicsville Road? If it were smaller, more cars could stage farther back in the left-turn lane for Mechanicsville and not be blocking...