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Bethlehem Township (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)

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  • New dancing destination in Allentown

    The owners of the Cosmopolitan Restaurant are hoping their latest business venture, Wave Nightclub, will make a splash as a "true dance club" in the Lehigh Valley. The two-story venue, which opened Oct. 25 atop the downtown Allentown restaurant,...
  • 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...
  • Billy Joel played Northampton's Roxy Theater 40 years ago this month. Were you there?

     
    Back on Nov. 28, 1973, a struggling young musician who had released a largely ignored first album played two shows on the same day at The Roxy Theater in Northampton. Surprisingly, the theater not only was sold out, but the......
  • Woodstock backdrop for new YA novel

     
    It was the middle of winter and Jordan Sonnenblick stood in the middle of a lonely former dairy farm in Bethel, New York. He was all along but more than 40 years earlier, 400,000 people had converged on the site for the generation-altering music...
  • Walmart settles workplace safety probe

    Walmart will pay a $190,000 fine and improve employee safety in nearly 3,000 stores, including several in the Lehigh Valley area, to settle federal allegations of unsafe working conditions. The settlement, announced Aug. 7, stems from inspections by the...
  • Mack Shop pulls into Allentown

    The relationship between Mack Trucks and the Lehigh Valley is akin to Ford and Detroit. Previously headquartered in Allentown for more than a century, the truck-manufacturing company has a long and storied history here. Now, fans of the brand can take...
  • Good Shepherd coming to eastern Northampton County

     
    If you live in eastern Northampton County and want Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network to help with your creaky knee or sore back, you're in luck. The rehabilitation network on Wednesday will open Good Shepherd Physical Therapy at Easton Hospital-Park...
  • Improve aim at Heritage Guild

    With hunting season just around the corner, I thought it would be an appropriate time to highlight a facility designed to improve your aim. The Heritage Guild of Easton, which opened two years ago, will debut its new 15,000 square-foot space featuring a...
  • 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......
  • 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 of...
  • Why do all the cops have beards?

     
    Don't be alarmed if you see Bethlehem Township police officers rockin' beards. The department recently announced No Shave November, a fundraising effort for The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Chief Daniel Pancoast will waive the department's "no...