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  • Food Network's 'Save My Bakery' to air episode on Nazareth's Schubert's Bakery

    A Nazareth bakery known for its Moravian sugar cake and fastnachts will get a makeover on a new Food Network show, "Save My Bakery." The show will feature Schubert's Bakery on an episode April 2. Known as the "sweetest spot in Nazareth," the shop at...
  • Harrisburg politics would endanger species

    There was once a common practice in Pennsylvania of placing a canary in a coal mine shaft. If poison gas leaked into the shaft, the canary would die, thus warning the miners. We still have our forms of canaries in the coal mine today; they are called...
  • Democrat Mark Aurand kicks off primary election race in Lehigh Valley's new state Senate district

    Mark Aurand, one of three Democrats vying for the Lehigh Valley's new state Senate seat, formally announced his campaign Tuesday in Nazareth. This is Aurand's first bid for political office. Democrats Scott Parsons, a Northampton County councilman, and...
  • Fred Phelps: Satan's servant

    My parents taught me never to speak ill of the dead, but in the case of Fred Phelps, who died last week at the age of 84, I think they would have made an exception. The man, who will be referred to in this column without the modifier "reverend,"...
  • This week's road work: I-78; Route 22; Route 191; Route 378

    Lane restriction, Route 22 eastbound in advance of Easton-Phillipsburg Toll Bridge, Monday through mid-December, bridge repair. Westbound lane restriction in advance of bridge was imposed March 5, also to remain through mid-December. Off-ramp closure,...
  • Route 191 road work

    Replacement of the Route 191 Bridge over an enclosed cement-conveyor belt in Nazareth, originally set to begin last week, now is scheduled for a Wednesday construction start, according to PennDOT officials. The structurally deficient single-span adjacent...
  • Another strong showing by Lehigh Valley wrestlers at NCAA championships

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — In wrestling circles, there always seems to be an argument about what state is the best. The answer, almost year after year, is Pennsylvania. Coming into the 2014 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships here at the...
  • Clans and crowds turn out for Allentown St. Patrick's Day Parade

    Allentown's historic St. Patrick's Day Parade celebrated its 57th year with hundreds of marchers and enthusiastic crowds throughout the city's West End. "Clans" gathered along stoops and sidewalks, staying warm with woolly Irish sweaters and mugs of...
  • Robots teach Nazareth students value of human interaction

    Students at Nazareth Area Intermediate School are learning from robots the importance of teamwork. Parents of the fourth-graders have already seen how technology has taught their children the value of working together to achieve a common goal. On...
  • Men nabbed during heroin bust at Bath gas station

    Two Lehighton-area men were taken into custody Saturday after allegedly dealing heroin at a gas station in Bath. Colonial Regional police, along with the Northampton County Drug Task Force and Nazareth police, arrested 23-year-old Michael Olk of...
  • The Morning Call's all-area wrestling team

    FIRST TEAM 106 POUNDS JAKE RIEGEL Bethlehem Catholic, Freshman, 29-7 PIAA 2A first After losing twice in Southeast Regional tournament to finish fifth the week before, won four straight tight bouts at PIAA state tournament to capture gold. Won...