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  • Route 33 road work

    PennDOT has scheduled the following road work: ________________________________________ County: Northampton Municipality: Bethlehem Twp. ROAD NAME: PA 33 BETWEEN: US 22 AND Hecktown Road Work being Done By: PENNDOT Contractor Type of Restriction:...
  • 2014 Freddy Awards schedule

    2014 Freddy Awards schedule
    Thirty-one high schools are participating in this year’s Freddy Awards program, including the first appearance by Lincoln Leadership Academy Charter School, which is performing “In the Heights,” in April. The high schools in Lehigh and...
  • A new Ackermanville Bridge: This year for sure?

    Q: A few years ago, PennDOT bought and demolished the Ackermanville Store in an effort to remove a hazardous curve on Route 191. I have heard that PennDOT now intends to abandon those plans, and instead demolish a house on the downstream side of the...
  • A life of books: Josh Berk writes books when he's not running the Bethlehem library

    It's been an eventful year for Josh Berk. In January, he took over as executive director of Bethlehem Area Public Library, a post his father held for 34 years. And he's helping populate the library's stacks with a growing list of his own books for young...
  • REVIEW: Mavis Staples, Robert Cray combine music with life at Sands Bethlehem Event Center

    There was a time when music wasn't just music. It was life. It was a conversation with god, as in biblical times. Or an expression of emotion, such as from slave workers in the fields or blues singers lamenting their lives. Mavis Staples has never...
  • Fair skies and gifts greet anglers at trout opener season

    Fair skies and gifts greet anglers at trout opener season
    On what turned out to be a surprisingly pleasant spring morning, Leroy Young extended his hand and thanked Cody Rydzy for buying a Pennsylvania fishing license. Young, director of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission's Bureau of Fisheries, made...
  • Scene: Lehigh County honors volunteer, teacher

    Helaine Sigal, whose family name graces the Sigal Museum in Easton, was named Volunteer of the Year by the Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society, sponsored by Alvin H. Butz, Inc. Jenna Curtis, an eighth-grade social studies teacher at...
  • Team owner Michael Andretti prepares for IndyCar season

    Team owner Michael Andretti prepares for IndyCar season
    It's not easy to get time with Michael Andretti these days. "Busy," he said when he finally had time to talk this week, leading up to the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Sunday, the season opener for the Verizon IndyCar Series. "Crazy, but it's...
  • Riley

    Riley
    PETS IN NEED I'm a fun-loving guy who gets along with everyone. I am very young, so I need to be taught some things and I am eager to learn. I am crate trained. As long as I have a bone or Kong, I won't chew up my pillow or anything else I have with me....
  • Lower Nazareth IDI warehouse plan 'unacceptable'

    Residents of Lower Nazareth and Palmer townships, who live near Route 33 and Hecktown Road, please help save your neighborhood. Sign the petitions provided by a local neighborhood activist group and bring them to the hearing 5 p.m. Monday at the Lower...
  • Past winners

    PAST WINNERS PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1984: Mike Peapos, CCHS 1985: Jason Balliet, Palmerton, and Chris Nabholz, Pottsville 1986: Ed McCaffrey, CCHS 1987: Tom Kresge, Lehighton 1988: Billy McCaffrey, CCHS (at right) 1989: Billy McCaffrey, CCHS 1990:...