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  • Possible removal of Wehr's Dam questioned

    Possible removal of Wehr's Dam questioned
    A local blogger and candidate for the state House of Representatives is speaking out against the possible removal of the 110-year-old Wehr's Dam on Jordan Creek in South Whitehall Township. Michael Molovinsky, a South Whitehall resident, addressed the...
  • Unpaved roads create rough rides, many questions

    Q: I would like to know why PennDOT milled and failed to repave Cedar Crest Boulevard at the Tilghman Street intersection and beneath the I-78 bridge last fall. The section under the bridge is decaying rapidly due to winter damage, requiring PennDOT to...
  • Route 22 interchanges are linked by lane

    Q: Usually around 4 p.m. I notice that westbound traffic on Route 22 moves at a snail's pace from Route 512 through MacArthur Road. I think part of the problem is that motorists going from northbound Route 378 to westbound 22 are forced to merge onto...
  • Patti Heffner golf tournament brings together the entire Lehigh Valley high school community

    Not only does the Patti Heffner Memorial Golf Tournament pay tribute and honor the memory of one of the area's all-time great girls basketball players and coaches, but it also brings together the entire Lehigh Valley. Heffner played at Dieruff,...
  • Traffic impact fee plan hits roadblocks in Lower Macungie

    When officials in Lower Macungie chose to begin imposing a transportation impact fee on developers in 2009, they spoke ambitiously about those new dollars helping to fund up to $37 million worth of traffic improvements in the Lehigh Valley's third most-...
  • South Mall's new owner revealed

    South Mall's new owner revealed
    Under ownership of one of the biggest retail landlords in the country, the once-bustling South Mall lost much of its luster — not to mention a lot of customers and a number of tenants too. But this month the mall, which straddles the Salisbury...
  • Cedar Crest Boulevard to close for a month near Parkland High School

    PennDOT will close busy Cedar Crest Boulevard in South Whitehall Township at a point south of Parkland High School for a month-long period beginning July 8. The Cedar Crest Boulevard bridge over Jordan Creek, just north of Iron Bridge Road, will be...
  • This week's road work: Interstates 78 and 80; Route 33; Cedar Crest Blvd.

    Lane restriction, Route 33 northbound between Hecktown Road and Route 22, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, pothole patching. Lane restriction, Route 33 southbound between Route 191 and Route 248, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday, unspecified...
  • First-year coach Kessler led Bangor to the Colonial League crown

    Rich Kessler admitted that there wasn't exactly a red carpet rolled out for him when he took over as Bangor's softball coach before this season. "There were some people who didn't understand what we were trying to do," Kessler admitted. "But at the...
  • Parkland High School's Gabe Mosser is The Morning Call baseball player of the year

    Gabe Mosser entered the Parkland baseball program as a skinny, 5-foot-6 position player. He left the Trojans as one of the most polished pitchers to pass through the Lehigh Valley in the last half-dozen years. Mosser still has room to grow. He has...
  • SECOND TEAM, THIRD TEAM

    SECOND TEAM Catchers: Sunny Greenberg (Jr., Northwestern); Lauren Campbell (Jr., Palmerton); Jean Markovic (Sr., Bethlehem Catholic); Janae Matos (Sr., Bethlehem Catholic); Thayla Cresswell (Jr. Salisbury). Infielders: Janel Tracy (Jr., Palmerton);...