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South Whitehall Township

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  • South Whitehall gives its regards to Broadway motorists, finally

     
    Broadway in South Whitehall Township finally reopened between Parkway and Cetronia roads late Friday, sometime between 6 and 9 p.m. The short stretch of road had been closed since May 30 for utility-line installation and other work related to the...
  • 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...
  • Mack Shop pulls into Allentown

    The relationship between Mack Trucks and the Lehigh Valley is akin to Ford and Detroit. Previously headquartered in Allentown for more than a century, the truck-manufacturing company has a long and storied history here. Now, fans of the brand can take...
  • MacArthur Road traffic signals seem to be headed in the wrong direction

    Q: I never noticed it before, but I'm sure this has been in place for years. Traveling north on MacArthur Road approaching the Lehigh Valley Mall entrance, there are three traffic lights facing motorists. One of those signals is positioned over the...
  • Interviewing Toby Keith before his Allentown Fair show: Still raising hell -- and red Solo cups

     
    Don’t think that after 20 years of extolling the virtues of carousing and giving no quarter — from “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” through “Red Solo Cup” — country music superstar Toby Keith hasn’t thought...
  • Lehigh Valley 9/11 victims

    People with ties to the Lehigh Valley and Poconos region who died in the attacks: CARBON COUNTY Timothy O'Sullivan, Albrightsville, consultant for Cultural Institutions Retirement System. Robert Allan Schlegel, Alexandria, Va., commander in the Navy,...
  • Shankweiler Road drainage drop-off to be addressed

    Q: PennDOT repaved Shankweiler Road between Route 309 and Cedar Crest Boulevard in mid-August. On Shankweiler just west of Cedar Crest, there is a deep ditch adjacent to the south side of the road. This drop-off, without any guardrail, is extremely...
  • "America's Got Talent" act returning to Dorney

     
    A group that amazed judges with an extreme sports act of choreographed trick bikes and gymnastics on the NBC show "America's Got Talent" last year, and was the featured act this summer at Dorney Park's Good Time Theater will return......
  • PennDOT paving job goes begging on Route 309

    Q: The exit ramp from Route 309 north to Tilghman Street west has been ground up for quite some time now. Is there any schedule of when this exit ramp will finally be resurfaced and finished? It is a rather bumpy exit. — Joe Scull, Coopersburg...
  • 'Complete makeover' at Hanover Eatery

    Patrons of the former Golden View Diner in Hanover Township, Northampton County, won't recognize much of anything at their old stomping grounds – most notably, the name. Now known as Hanover Eatery, the building at 5090 Bath Pike (Route 512)...
  • Time estimate for Broadway opening was way too narrow

     
    Not the Big Apple Broadway, fellow warriors, and not the kind of opening normally associated with that world-famous thoroughfare. We're talking about Broadway between Parkway and Cetronia roads in South Whitehall Township, which has been closed since...