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Bethlehem Township (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)

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  • 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...
  • Camelot compulsion gripped a family 50 years ago, as America's 'one shining moment' ended.

    For the AARP crowd, neither the pain nor the cherished memories of America's version of Camelot have diminished at all. On Friday, The Morning Call was filled with those half-century-old emotions and, for once, vitriol did not dominate the discussions...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Billy Joel sells out Philly's Citizens Bank Park in a flash

     
    It has taken Billy Joel five years to come back to Philadelphia, and just minutes to sell out that show. Billy Joel Tickets for Joel’s Aug. 2 concert at Citizens Bank Park -- his first solo headlining appearance at the......
  • 10th anniversary reunion of "Lost" on tap at Paleyfest

     
    A reunion of the cast members of the groundbreaking series "Lost" is one of the highlights of Paleyfest, an event where fans of television shows can see some of their favorite stars. The Paley Center For Media announced the reunion......
  • 'Comfort food with a twist' coming to Bethlehem Village Shoppes

    'Comfort food with a twist' coming to Bethlehem Village Shoppes
    In Bethlehem Township, a new retro-style restaurant serving "comfort food with a twist" is set to open by the end of the month in the Bethlehem Village Shoppes at 3650 Nazareth Pike. Husband and wife co-owners Matt and Sue Roth will open Mitzi’s...
  • Checkers drives into the Valley

    French fry lovers rejoice! The Lehigh Valley's first Checkers have opened within months of each other, allowing customers to "feast on" in Allentown and Bethlehem. The greasy-spoon section of Allentown's South Fourth Street got even greasier thanks to...