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  • 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...
  • Northampton's comeback BML season ends with a come-from-behind win and a title

    The Northampton Giants are one of the youngest teams in the Blue Mountain League, attracting players from Salisbury, Nazareth, Whitehall, Catasauqua and other places to its roster. But it was kind of fitting that the final big hit in a season full of...
  • 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...
  • PRESEASON FOOTBALL POSTCARD: EASTON

    3 TIDBITS ON THE RED ROVERS 1. Easton will rotate quarterbacks if needed. Senior E.J. Roeder started at quarterback for Easton's junior varsity team two years ago before spending last year as a varsity safety. Junior Trey Durrah started at quarterback...
  • IndyCar: Four contenders, three races, one champion

    Three races, one champion. That's what IndyCar is promoting in its run to a season title that will be awarded at month's end. Series leader Will Power is quick to point out that there's another number involved, and that's two. That's two Team Penske...
  • Stickergate charges 'a bunch of nonsense,' DA says

    Nazareth police Chief Thomas Trachta was called a "cupcake" by a district judge, who this week threw out charges his police department filed against three men who posted stickers around town calling for his firing. No surprise, Trachta fared just as...
  • 'Suck it up, cupcake,' judge tells Nazareth police chief in ending sticker case

    The case of the Nazareth sticker gang won't get stuck in criminal court. In a slap to police Chief Thomas Trachta, a district judge Wednesday threw out criminal mischief charges against three men accused of plastering stickers around the borough...
  • 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: PALMERTON

    Three tidbits on the Blue Bombers 1. Forget the past: Since its last winning season (9-3 in 2008), Palmerton has averaged two victories a year. To snap out of that funk, coach Chris Walkowiak says his team has to look forward, not backward. "Our...
  • What traffic looks like

    I have a suggestion for the supervisors in Allen and Lower Nazareth townships. They should take some lawn chairs and sit along Route 100 in Fogelsville and Route 512 north of Bethlehem for a few hours at different times of the day and night and observe...
  • Express yourself at Glossy Stones

    Get your creative juices flowing at the Lehigh Valley's newest art studio, Glossy Stones. The venue, which also features a retail shop and gallery, opened July 28 at 2 E. Emmaus Ave. in Allentown. It joins a growing number of area businesses,...