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South Whitehall Township

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  • Allentown's free flu clinics now only for uninsured

    For years, the Allentown Health Bureau would take anyone at its flu clinics — insured, uninsured, city resident, out-of-towner — because the overriding goal was to get as many people as possible vaccinated. As the 2013-14 flu season looms,...
  • Walk-in care centers sprout across Lehigh Valley

    Just south of Lehigh Valley Hospital-Muhlenberg's remodeled emergency department — the one LVH spent $7.25 million renovating two years ago — workers are clearing a construction site at the corner of Schoenersville and Jacksonville roads....
  • Five groups in Pennsylvania named Obamacare 'navigators'

    Five organizations in Pennsylvania that serve low-income families, mentally ill people and groups that traditionally lack health insurance will split $2.7 million to hire "navigators" to explain Obamacare insurance to consumers. The recipients include...
  • Obamacare is forcing physicians to change

    Imagine the government ordering millions of new customers to buy from your industry — and giving them money to make purchases. Now imagine that the government won't tell you how many new customers you'll have, how you'll get paid and that you...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...