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  • Alleged 'pervy dad' ordered to face trial

    The alleged "pervy dad" from Nazareth must face trial on charges he tried to meet a 7-year-old girl last week for sex, a district judge ruled Wednesday. Brent Galletta, 41, allegedly placed an ad on Craigslist that said he was looking for a "pervy dad"...
  • Police: Driver attacked Bushkill cop after being ticketed

    A driver who rear-ended a woman's car on Route 512 ended up in more trouble after he attacked the Bushkill police officer who ticketed him, township police alleged in arrest paperwork. Michael J. Skrzypek, 31, was charged with resisting arrest,...
  • Nazareth festival spotlights great guitar making

    Celebrate C.F. Martin's & Co. great guitar-making and music at the seventh annual Martin on Main festival 1-7 p.m. Saturday in downtown Nazareth. The free event, hosted by the Nazareth-Bath Area Chamber of Commerce, includes three stages of music,...
  • Upcoming business events in the Lehigh Valley

    SATURDAYAUG. 2 EXECUTIVE WOMEN INTERNATIONAL — LEHIGH VALLEY CHAPTER will hold its second annual Miniature Golf Outing at 9 a.m. at Putt U, 5201 Route 309, Center Valley. Registration begins at 8 a.m. Food and prizes at 11 a.m. Proceeds benefit...
  • Dead Palestinian children in Gaza tell story of impunity

    By the time you read this, who knows how many people will have been killed in Israel's latest onslaught in the Gaza Strip? As I write, some 1,400 mostly civilian Palestinians have been killed, including hundreds of children. Also, 59 Israelis have been...
  • Nazareth claims pair of hoops titles at SportsFest

    Nazareth claims pair of hoops titles at SportsFest
    The new alignment in the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference places Nazareth in a challenging "suburban" division for both girls and boys basketball. The Blue Eagles will be competing twice-per-season against Central Catholic, Emmaus, Parkland, Whitehall...
  • Current Falcons honor 'Mr. Salisbury' by winning pair of games at SportsFest

    The kids on the current Salisbury High boys basketball team weren't even born when Bill Paulik retired as the Falcons coach in 1993. But his legacy lives on through them. Salisbury became the only Colonial League school to clinch a spot in Sunday's...
  • It may only be summer, but Parkland has its fans already excited about next hoops season

    It may only be summer, but Parkland has its fans already excited about next hoops season
    Mark Smith stood at the fence rimming what is known as Court 2 at Allentown's Cedar Beach on Sunday afternoon and smiled at what he saw all around him. Smith, a former Allen High athlete and coach, actually was the one who had the idea of holding...
  • Baseball | Nazareth falls to Joliet Catholic in summer state tourney

    Baseball | Nazareth falls to Joliet Catholic in summer state tourney
    Nazareth Academy held its three Phil Lawler Classic opponents to three, two and three runs in last week's summer state baseball tournament. The Roadrunners' stingy ways earned them a spot in the championship game, where Joliet Catholic Academy was...
  • Will IronPigs avoid record-tying 11th straight loss

    Will IronPigs avoid record-tying 11<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> straight loss
    By the time you read this, it's likely the IronPigs (who are playing a matinee against Rochester) will have lost their franchise record-tying 11th straight game... Also underway are the Phillies, who seek to follow Tuesday's 6-0 win over the Mets behind...
  • A visionary program

    In his first 10 minutes at Jordan Lanes in Whitehall Township, Stefan Quinones of Allentown bowled three strikes. Spares proved to be a bit more difficult. "I'm no good at spares," the 14-year-old says. Quinones, who has vision loss, was bowling as...