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Bethlehem Township (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)

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  • Easton attorney will run for Northampton County judge seat

     
    An Easton attorney has announced her candidacy for judge in Northampton County COurt. Jennifer R. Sletvold, who lives in Bethlehem Township, will run for the seat that will be vacated this year by Judge Leonard Zito. Zito turned 70 this month. Under the...
  • Get moving

     
    Lots of organizations sponsor fund-raising and awareness walks in the springtime, so let the American Heart Association get you moving Wednesday. April 3 is the association's "National Walking Day." Easton Hospital will host a its National Walking Day...
  • Adam Chisnall brings home laughs to Bethlehem

     
    Comedy’s Best Kept Secret Show came to Bethlehem's Diamonz Nightclub Saturday night and it was also a homecoming for Bethlehem Township native Adam Chisnall, who now lives in New York City. Chisnall did standup for the first time in the Lehigh...
  • Bethlehem Township petition challenged

     
    A Bethlehem Township resident is challenging the petition filed by a candidate running for a seat on the township board of commissioners. Suzanne Robertson, 3600 Chipman Road, claims that Democratic candidate Raymond Russin should be stricken from the...
  • Rendell to campaign for Callahan

     
    Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed. Rendell will headline a rally for Northampton County executive candidate and Bethlehem Mayor John Callahan on March 26. This will be Callahan's second high-profile show of support this month. Last week U.S. Rep. Matt...
  • Freddy season in full swing

     
    Well the season is well in swing with high school students tapping, singing and acting in musicals across the region. The 2013 Freddy Award season features 30 schools participating, including a first time appearance by Lehigh Valley Christian High...
  • Readers: Rumble strips, better road markings might fend of intrustive left turns

     
    Regarding Monday's column on the frequency of motorists making left turns such that they encroach into the opposing-traffic lane of the road they're turning onto, I was happy to find that many people also consider this among their pet peeves. So many...
  • La Tosca in Bethlehem Township bought by original owner

    La Tosca in Bethlehem Township bought by original owner
    In 2006 Chris Valianatos sold the Lincoln Hotel in Bethlehem Township to a pair of Long Island restaurateurs who transformed the eatery into La Tosca, a fine-dining Italian restaurant. Last month Valianatos, who also owns Borderline Restaurant in...
  • 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...