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  • Lehigh Valley workers finding jobs

    Lehigh Valley workers finding jobs
    After nearly two years of unemployment, Paul Bunting believes his luck has finally turned, as it has recently for many Lehigh Valley job seekers benefiting from the region's improving economic fortunes. The 61-year-old Lower Nazareth Township resident, a...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley
    DAY TRIPPIN' •Winterthur Mansion/Longwood Gardens, Downton Abbey exhibit, Dec. 4. $82. Parkland Garden Club, Marie, 610-769-5553. •Broadway, choice of "Les Miserables," $150, or "Kinky Boots," $160. Sept. 10. Lehigh Valley Active Life,...
  • Email proves Sharief and Roger Stone did meet

    It's probably one of the few insults that hadn't been used against Roger Stone: He's just not that memorable. Broward Mayor Barbara Sharief said last week that she doesn't know who he is. Now we have an email from her showing they met. We're...
  • L.V. high school anglers make history

    John Hicks, Biago Luzzetti and Kole Pokrivsak from Nazareth and Tyler Bell from Easton made history last month. The foursome comprised the first-ever teams of Lehigh Valley high school anglers to compete in the SAF (Student Angler Federation) Quad-State...
  • Food lovers rejoice: The Fair is here

    In winning six straight "Iron Chef" titles at the Allentown Fair, chef Susan Roth has proven herself adept at coping with unusual ingredients. Some have been tougher than others: octopus, a whole turkey, bitter melon. "I love the challenge," says Roth,...
  • Questions aplenty for Leopards

    When Florida State football coach Jimbo Fisher was asked about defending the 2013 NCAA national championship, he said, "We're not defending anything. "We're champions and that can't be taken away from us. We're going to enjoy that and we're forever 2013...
  • Calendar says fishing, weather feels like hunting

    Calendar says fishing, weather feels like hunting
    Fishing is fine, depending on what you're targeting, but these cool nights and cool mornings are getting the juices flowing for some hunting action. Dove and Canada goose seasons begin Sept. 1, and archery season for antlerless deer in local wildlife...
  • Catfish are biting in the Lehigh, Delaware rivers

    The Doobie Brothers sang that catfish are jumpin', and that's the same thing many of our local bait shops are hearing from our anglers this month. Chicken livers and any other stinky bait you can put together usually work best for our stinger-filled finny...
  • Doctors debate cardiac screenings for young athletes

    You won't have much trouble finding Hunter and Mitchell Lutte these days — just go to the football field at Nazareth Area High School, where they're practicing for the upcoming high school season. But it all almost came to a grinding halt for...
  • Locally-owned horse to compete in World Equestrian Games

    Locally-owned horse to compete in World Equestrian Games
    Mariett, a horse owned by Marcia Pepper of Bethlehem, is competing in the World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France. The competition starts Monday and continues through Aug. 31. Mariett will compete in the Grand Prix Dressage, a team competition. Lars...
  • Lehigh Valley health events include Lock Ridge walk, Run for the Run 5K

    LOCK RIDGE IRON FURNACE WALK 1 Burn calories and explore local history at a free Get Out! Lehigh Valley walk, 10 a.m. Saturday at Lock Ridge Park in Alburtis. You'll see an iron blast furnace, weighmaster's house, railroad lines and more in this...