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South Whitehall Township

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  • South Whitehall planners oppose electronic billboard

    By Margie Peterson, Special to The Morning Call Prospects for an electronic billboard at Cedar Crest Boulevard and the Hamilton Street Bypass dimmed when the South Whitehall Township Planning Commission voted against it Thursday. Jay King, owner of...
  • Man charged with exposing himself, rubbing up on women at Dorney Park

    An East Allen Township man was charged Thursday with exposing himself and rubbing against women in a wave pool at Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom in South Whitehall Township, according to court records. Ronald Zoltan Varjassy, 65, entered the pool at...
  • Gun lobbyists 'can't handle the truth'

    A recent Your View by gun-rights activists Alan Gottlieb and Dave Workman accused Everytown for Gun Safety of cloaking its intentions "in a fabric of lies." Every year about 31,000 Americans are killed by gun violence. But look to the scientific...
  • 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...
  • 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-...
  • 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...
  • Dino versus Dino: Comparing animatronic dinosaurs at Dorney Park, Dutch Wonderland

    Ever since the film "Jurassic Park" came out in 1993, the idea of a theme park filled with the extinct creatures has tantalized our imaginations. While no one is bringing back actual dinosaurs, one of the newest trends at amusement parks has been to...
  • Anti-Israel bias appears in newspaper's coverage

    I am no longer surprised by this newspaper's one-sided coverage of the Israeli-Hamas conflict. Its anti-Israel bias is nothing new. I was briefly hopeful when there was finally an article about what life is like today in Israel. Sadly, it turned out...
  • Present balanced news

    I read the July 25 article in The Morning Call. The photo of the Palestinian family in mourning was certainly heart-wrenching. Not mentioned in the story, however, was the statement that week by none other than U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, warning...
  • How Hamas could stop the war

    Hamas, by itself, could instantly stop the Gaza war carnage, for good, by publicly announcing in Arabic as well as English, that it now rejects jihad, wants immediate negotiations for a permanent peace with Israel, and immediately ceases its wanton firing...
  • Hamilton Kitchen adds to Allentown's tasty turnaround

    Federal Grill, Johnny Manana's, Made in Brazil and Sangria are just a few of the restaurants that have come and gone in downtown Allentown in recent years. But with a minor league hockey arena, office buildings, shops and apartments in the works, many...