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  • LifeStar Response closing area operations

    A company that provides ambulance service and wheelchair van transportation is closing operations in Bethlehem and East Stroudsburg. LifeStar Response gave a 60-day notice to employees this week that it will be closing the facilities later this year....
  • 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...
  • PRESEASON POSTCARD: POC MT. EAST

    3 TIDBITS ON THE CARDINALS 1. Culkin in command. Mike Culkin, 42, is the new head coach, replacing Phil Dorn who left to become the coach at Catasauqua. Culkin, a Scranton Central grad, coached at Pocono Mountain East for six years before leaving for...
  • 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...
  • Allentown's Parkettes to send strong group of five young gymnasts to P&G Championships

    Marta Karolyi, the national team coordinator for women's gymnastics in the U.S., told Parkettes Gymnastics co-founder Donna Strauss she "had an army" when Strauss showed up at the U.S. Classic meet recently with five Junior Elite girls. "I told her,...
  • PRESEASON POSTCARD: NOTRE DAME

    3 tidbits about the Crusaders 1. Welcome … : Notre Dame will have several newcomers who coach Chuck Muller expects to have a major impact this season. Senior Kyle Arrington, who played last year at Bethlehem Catholic, should complement...
  • Nazareth natives brew a coffee business

    For Matt Adams, coffee isn't simply a liquid caffeine delivery system. Coffee is a craft, with flavor developed through careful choosing of beans and tailored roasting techniques. "A lot of people don't realize that coffee varies based on where you...
  • Parkland rallies to raise money for funeral for 2002 state championship football team member

    Parkland rallies to raise money for funeral for 2002 state championship football team member
    Chuck McIntosh, a key member of Parkland's 2002 state championship football team as a receiver, died earlier this week in West Virginia. He was just 29. He went out for a walk with his dog and was found lying face down in the street. But the story is...
  • 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....
  • Ex-cop gets new hearing in fatal Bangor motorcycle crash

    A former New Jersey police officer serving a state prison sentence for a fiery drunken-driving crash in Bangor that killed two motorcyclists and injured four others in July 2011 will get another day in court. The Pennsylvania Superior Court on Wednesday...
  • 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...