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Bethlehem Township (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)

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  • Contractor agrees to repay customer

    Elizabeth and Dan Schoenauer finally are finished with Bethlehem contractor John Reichenbach, four years after they complained about him not finishing the work they paid him to do. Reichenbach has agreed to reimburse the Bethlehem Township couple $4,...
  • Let the grocery wars begin

    Let's face it, there's nothing like a good grocery war to bring down prices. It often happens when grocers within close proximity of each other are in direct competition to win your patronage. And, lucky for us, it looks like at least two wars may be...
  • Sandy knocks down trees, forces people, stores to improvise

     Sandy knocks down trees, forces people, stores to improvise
    Gordy Frack waited 30 minutes Tuesday morning to get an essential commodity – hot, black coffee. "It was worth it," Frack said after his wait to get two cups of joe at the Wawa on E. Broad Street and Stefko Boulevard in Bethlehem. "I don't think...
  • Without power, Valley residents search for coffee, outlets

    The wind had finally died down. The rain reduced to an intermittent drizzle. Across the Lehigh Valley, hundreds of thousands of residents awoke Tuesday without power and in need of an essential morning commodity. Hot coffee. Gordy Frack of Bethlehem...
  • Easton, its suburbs, wrestle with power outages

    More than 36 hours after a shade tree and a utility pole came crashing across her Easton property, Caren Leonard remained a virtual prisoner at her house, with electrical wires strewn about her front yard and no word on when any of the wreckage would be...
  • Sports hub opens in Lehighton

    For years, Steve Strauss and J. Christopher West have noticed the Lehighton area could use a one-stop fitness and sports center. The two, with decades in the sports and training business, recently opened Pyramid Sports Performance Center at the former...
  • Rough ride on Route 22 will drag into next year

    Q: Regarding the resurfacing project on Route 22 in Northampton County: Now that the eastbound surface has been torn up for two months, causing havoc with thousands of tires and shock absorbers, it appears that someone forgot to complete the job. When can...
  • Lehigh Township archery shop a hit for hunters

    Lehigh Township archery shop a hit for hunters
    A.T. Gillespie and Lisa Folajtar, two avid archery competitors, have been talking about opening their own place for the sport for awhile. The two longtime friends finally saw their plans come to fruition with Archery Addictions, which they opened a few...
  • If the boat sings, will whales hear it?

    If the boat sings, will whales hear it?
    Sometimes it's hard to know where to begin. Should I tell you first that Michael Brolly built a musical boat or that he hopes to talk to whales someday and apologize to them for humanity's harsh treatment of their kind? Either one of those topics alone...
  • Lehigh & Northampton counties – Rt. 22 road work, week of Oct. 1

    PennDOT announced lane restrictions will be enforced on the following sections of Route 22 in Lehigh and Northampton counties: Eastbound between Fourth and 25th streets in Northampton County, 10 p.m.-6 a.m. weekdays Oct. 1-19 for bridge work; Between...
  • The father of his country takes the stage at NCC

    The father of his country takes the stage at NCC
    It was a marvelous bit of theater at Northampton Community College as the Father of Our Country told his life story and mused about how things might have been different — for himself and for his audience — had he followed his early dream of...