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  • Durrah wins QB job at Easton

    Durrah wins QB job at Easton
    Easton junior Trey Durrah remembers watching from the Cottingham Stadium stands several years ago when Justin Pacchioli and Ian Hayden quarterbacked the Red Rovers to Lehigh Valley Conference and District 11 Class 4A titles. Now it's his turn. Durrah,...
  • Palmer Township robber gets up to 14 years in prison

    A Northampton County man who robbed a jewelry store and a hotel in Palmer Township to get money to buy drugs will serve 21/3 to 14 years in state prison, a Northampton County judge decided Friday. Eric L. Share, 27, of Bethlehem, received the sentence...
  • 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...
  • 'Jeopardy' puts local newsmakers to the test

    Alex Trebek: "Welcome to 'Jeopardy!' Let's meet our first contestant, Nazareth police Chief Thomas Trachta." Chief Trachta: "Hey, who put these Fire Trachta stickers all over my podium?" Alex: "Ha! We just thought we'd have a little fun with your...
  • Heroin addict who robbed Palmer Township bank gets state prison

    Joseph M. Misero is a smart man who did a lot of dumb things while on heroin. For one, he robbed a bank in Palmer Township. For another, he stole a television from the township hotel where he had crashed. For still more, he twice swiped money from a...
  • 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...
  • Teen bicyclist dies day after truck crash on Nazareth Pike

    Teen bicyclist dies day after truck crash on Nazareth Pike
    A Lower Nazareth Township boy died Wednesday of injuries suffered a day earlier when he was hit by a tractor-trailer as he rode a motorized bicycle on Route 191. Austin T. Bringenberg, 16, of the 400 block of Georgetown Road, was pronounced dead at 5:...
  • Lower Nazareth gives go-ahead for Brown-Daub improvements

    Supervisors in Lower Nazareth Township gave the go-ahead to a Brown-Daub car dealership to begin public improvements related to storm water management at its Hecktown Road site. The dealership at 3903 Hecktown Road was granted authorization by the...
  • PRESEASON POSTCARD: CATASAUQUA

    Three tidbits about the Rough Riders 1. Be yourself: Catasauqua coach Phil Dorn doesn't want his new quarterbacks to be the next Zack Bradley. He just wants them to the first Brandon Keks. Or Cristian Burker Keks, a senior, and Burker, a junior, are...
  • Lower Nazareth teen dies from injuries in bicycle accident with tractor-trailer

    Lower Nazareth teen dies from injuries in bicycle accident with tractor-trailer
    A Lower Nazareth Township boy has died from injuries suffered Tuesday when he was hit by a tractor-trailer while riding a motorized bicycle on Route 191. Austin T. Bringenberg, 16, of the 400 block of Georgetown Road, was pronounced dead at 5:20 a.m....
  • Angel 34 teams with student-athletes for $3 million fundraiser to fight childhood cancer

    In a blend of hope and sadness, laughter and grief, Angel 34 on Tuesday announced that area student-athletes will spearhead an initiative to raise more than $3 million for the fight against childhood cancer. Angel 34, a national organization...