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Bethlehem Township (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)

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  • Wartime memories preserved and shared

    Wartime memories preserved and shared
    Some stories have a way of flowing into one another. When I started writing a Memorial Day weekend story about D-Day casualty Peter Pokrifcsak of Martins Creek, I contacted Katherine DiFebo, also of Martins Creek, to show me his grave at the Church Hill...
  • Company takes stress out of events planning

    Summer is officially here and with it comes an abundance of events — weddings, engagements parties, graduation parties, family reunions, pool parties, picnics and so on. Stevie Blatz Entertainment, offering "more than 60 services for any event and...
  • Lehigh Valley D-Day hero honored for sacrifice

    If you visit the Cambridge American Cemetery in England, you'll find a new visitor center that includes a Sacrifice Gallery with panels honoring 17 individuals who lost their lives in World War II. One of them is Technical Sgt. William R. Benn, one of...
  • Mom-and-pop pizza shops on the rise

    Like spring flowers, mom-and-pop pizza shops have been blossoming in the Lehigh Valley in recent months. The latest addition is Suzanna's, which opened May 29 at 2918 William Penn Highway in Palmer Township. The 35-seat restaurant joins the area's...
  • Take dad to Paradise

    When it comes to showing your father how much you care today, cards, ties and tools are nice gestures. But let's face it. The way to your old man's heart is really through his stomach. So, if you haven't made lunch or dinner plans yet, give dad a day...
  • Stop wasting junk mail

    Going to the mailbox can be a real drag. It's usually stuffed with bills, offers to save on car insurance, and letters carefully crafted to look like they're from a government agency when it's really just someone trying to sell you a mortgage. This...
  • Wegmans won't share video with woman who says her car was damaged in store's lot

    We all know we're on camera almost everywhere we go. What most of us probably don't know is we likely have no access to those recordings if we ever need to prove whether something happened, such as whether a snowplow hit our vehicle. Ellen Hollowell...
  • Lawmakers vow to address high electric bills

    After seeing his variable electric rate more than double, Jonathan Davies is doubling his efforts to conserve power to avoid another high bill. "We are doing some drastic cutbacks for this month just to keep our bill under control," said Davies, of...
  • Interstate 78 fatality shows need for crackdown on road hogs

     Interstate 78 fatality shows need for crackdown on road hogs
    For reasons too complicated to explain here, it was decided that the Mother's Day gift, a large potted flower plant, would not be taken home after Sunday's family gathering west of Harrisburg. Instead, promises were made that the plant would be picked...
  • Treat mom to taste of the tropics

    Happy Mother's Day, maternal Retail Watchers! To help mark the occasion, I thought that I'd spotlight a place that is sure to keep mom's taste buds feeling all right any day of the year: Ster It Up Restaurant & Lounge in Allentown. The 75-seat eatery,...
  • Moravian College confers degrees

    Moravian College confers degrees
    Moravian College held commencement exercises at 10 a.m. May 10, in the outdoor quadrangle behind the Haupert Union Building on the Main Street Campus. T Moravian College President Bryon L. Grigsby '90 conferred degrees to approximately 397 bachelor...