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  • Whitehall to upgrade a MacArthur Road detour route

    Whitehall is likely to move forward soon on a large-scale resurfacing project on Columbia Street, a MacArthur Road detour route. The township's Board of Commissioners is expected to vote Monday to spend an estimated $365,000 largely to resurface a 1-mile...
  • Whitehall grad goes from IronPigs' crew to Phillies'

    This summer, Ryan Perl learned that even in the big leagues, he can cut it. The grass, that is. The 21-year-old Whitehall High School graduate had been growing an expertise in baseball diamond green thumbery as an intern on the Lehigh Valley IronPigs'...
  • Wehr's Mill Bridge reopens with four-ton weight limit

     
    One week after a fuel tanker weighing nearly four times the 10-ton weight limit for the historic Wehr's Mill Covered Bridge in South Whitehall Township, the bridge over Jordan Creek reopened Friday morning with its weight restriction reduced to four tons....
  • Open House at Suburban North YMCA offer info on programs and opportunities Aug. 11

    Suburban North YMCA in Catasauqua is holding an Open House 6-8 p.m. Monday, August 11. Staff will be available to answer questions and give details about the Y's various programs, according to the YMCA's website. Guests will be able to register for Y...
  • Learn about and meet the Bethlehem Mounted Police at Whitehall Township Public Library Aug. 21

    Meet the riders and horses of the Bethlehem Mounted Police in a special presentation at 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 21 at Whitehall Township Public Library. Adults and children of all ages are invited to attend this free outdoor event, according to the...
  • Local musicians invited to participate in Whitehall Township Library's Open Mic Night Aug. 18

    Area musicians and poets are welcome to share their talents at Open Mic Night at 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 18, Whitehall Township Public Library. Acoustic acts are welcome and each participant may perform up to 15 minutes of material, according to the library'...
  • St. Luke's named official provider, sponsor of District 11

    St. Luke's named official provider, sponsor of District 11
    More than 2 million high school sports injuries and around 30,000 hospitalizations occur each year, in high school athletics. according to John Hauth, manager of Sports Medicine Relationships at St. Luke’s University Health Network. This is just one...
  • Steep drop-off looms at crumbling wall off Ruchsville Road

    Q: On southbound Ruchsville Road south of Church Street in Whitehall, we pass a large quarry on the right-hand side of the road. The quarry comes right up to the very edge of the road, which is deteriorating to the point where the supports for two...
  • Resident seeks variance for shed at township's Zoning Hearing Board meeting Aug. 19

    The Whitehall Township Zoning Hearing Board will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 19 for a public hearing. The board will hear a variance request from Dennis Proctor of 5668 N. Coplay Road, Whitehall, to place a shed, an accessory use, in his front yard,...
  • Allentown schedules pickups for donated bricks

    Allentown schedules pickups for donated bricks
    You asked for them, Allentown. In response to more than 200 phone calls, Allentown officials have scheduled two pickups to distribute more than 1,000 commemorative bricks removed from the city's Center Square. The bricks, which will be made available...
  • Daniel Spiegel: Upgrade Route 222 into highway suitable for 21st century

    I moved to Allentown in 2002. Driving to work on my first day at Kutztown University, stuck behind a trash truck for 12 miles down Schantz Road and onto Route 222 until the Kutztown bypass, I wondered, through the inescapable stench, what I had gotten...