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Bethlehem Township (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)

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  • 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,...
  • Conquer culinary cold feet at 29 Cooks

    Whether you're a seasoned chef serving gourmet meals or a struggling chef throwing away burnt eggs and toast, 29 Cooks in Upper Milford Township is here to help. The catering and culinary center, which opened April 22, is for all skill levels —...
  • Seafood landmark returns to Allentown

    Clams, crabs, calamari and a plethora of other ocean fare will once again be satisfying starved seafood lovers beginning Monday at a new and improved Youell's Oyster House in west Allentown. The popular restaurant, which was destroyed by fire last year,...
  • For NCC students, a spring break stay-cation

    The spirit of spring break can't be conquered. When a Northampton Community College student named Moog learned the Bethlehem Township school was canceling its break to make up snow days from this endless winter, he didn't take it lying down. Well, he...
  • Proposed legislation would limit how much variable electric rates could rise

     
    With complaints rising about fast-rising electric bills, a state lawmaker says he will propose legislation that would place a cap on the amount that a variable electric rate may change. Rep. Robert Godshall, a Republican from Montgomery County who chairs....
  • New Bethlehem Township fitness studio helps people get 'RIPPED'

    Despite a blip of snow a few days ago, spring is officially here. That means getting reacquainted with longer days, shorter sleeves and working out. After all, it's easy to slack off when taking refuge indoors (and under multiple layers of clothing). To...
  • Customers win lawsuits against Norton Oil

    Ten people burned by the sudden and unexpected closure of Norton Oil Co. turned to the courts Wednesday to try to get their money back for heating oil they purchased that was never delivered. Each of them emerged from the courtroom victorious. But the...
  • A case of mixed signals

    Q: While driving to work the morning of Sept. 27, I came across an unfamiliar situation. I approached an intersection with traffic signals posted with temporary stop signs in all four directions, I assume left over from a power outage. When my direction...
  • Road work, accident scenes: Who has the authority to direct traffic?

    Q: Please address the way drivers need to act when coming upon fire police directing traffic at accident, fire or other emergency scenes. We are yelled at, threatened, treated to obscene gestures. Drivers go around barricades because we are interfering...
  • Trucking industry needs to be forced to make things safer

    The U.S. trucking industry raked in around $610 billion in 2013, and those riches are expected to nearly double by the end of next year, according to the legal profession's Legalinfo.com website. Meanwhile, the website said, 98 percent of the fatalities...
  • Bird feeder fuss has Bethlehem Township in a tizzy

    The neighbor, who is one of the finest individuals you could ever hope to meet, nevertheless has been observed engaging in what some people might consider to be unlawful behavior. Dick Tracy, a notable figure in Lehigh Valley education and sports...