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  • Dave Troxell is an excellent choice as Catasauqua's new AD

    Dave Troxell is an excellent choice as Catasauqua's new AD
    Dave Troxell being approved as Catasauqua's athletic director on Monday night by the Catty school board is a no-brainer. Few people are better qualified to run a sports program, especially at Catty, than Troxell. The 43-year-old Catty grad played...
  • Closing arguments begin in Lower Nazareth warehouse debate

    The debate over whether a large-scale warehouse distribution facility should be built in Lower Nazareth came full circle Monday night as attorneys lined up to give closing arguments and tried one last time to establish whether the project is permitted...
  • REVIEW: Sheryl Crow soaks Sands Steel Stage crowd with fun and musical fearlessness

     
    Sheryl Crow may have gone country, but she’s also pop and soul and and rock and roll and she blended it all seamlessly Monday night in a fun and musically outstanding concert at Sands Steel Stage at Musikfest....
  • FLASHBACK: In 1964, the Eagles beat the Steelers at ASD Stadium

    August 11 1984—Dieruff grad Joe Atiyeh, who holds dual citizenship, settles for a silver medal — Syria's first-ever Olympic medal — when he is pinned by Lou Banach in 1:01 in the 100-kilogram freestyle wrestling tournament final in...
  • Northampton didn't make Sweet 16, but will be a team to watch in the winter

     
    The best team not to make today's Sweet 16 at SportsFest's A-Town Throwdown? It very well might be Northampton. The Konkrete Kids went 2-1, rebounding from a buzzer-beater loss to Reading on Friday night with a 36-34 win over Ben Franklin of...
  • Heritage Village to give Upper Nazareth $50,000 toward improvements at park

    The builders of Heritage Village in Upper Nazareth have agreed to give the township $50,000 toward capital improvements to Tuskes Park after a heated debate during Wednesday night's Board of Supervisors meeting. Heritage Village, an age-restricted...
  • Diner coming to Bethlehem's former Star City Restaurant

    Diner coming to Bethlehem's former Star City Restaurant
    Much curiosity has surrounded construction at the former Star City Restaurant at 1406 Center St. in Bethlehem. The building also housed Collins Restaurant for many decades. On a recent visit, I learned that husband and wife Olvin and Carla Buezo of...
  • 'Killing Jesus': Christopher Menaul to Direct National Geographic Telepic

    Christopher Menaul has signed on to direct National Geographic's upcoming TV event "Killing Jesus" by Scott Free Productions. The three-hour television event, based on the global best-selling book by Bill O'Reilly, is currently in pre-production and is...
  • Nazareth native Kate Micucci's IFC series to debut tonight

    Nazareth native Kate Micucci's IFC series to debut tonight
    Tonights the night for Nazareth native Kate Micucci, whose new IFC comedy series debuts at 10 p.m. Micucci stars with Riki Lindhome is "GArfunkel and Oates" an eight-episode series, about their real life comedy duo Garfunkel and Oates.   The...
  • Sunday's A-Town Throwdown boys basketball schedule at Cedar Beach

     
    BOYS VARSITY SWEET 16 MATCHUPS Allen vs. Easton, 9 a.m. -- Court 1 Salisbury vs. North Hunterdon, 9 a.m. -- Court 2 Nazareth will play Emmaus, 10 a.m. -- Court 1 Reading vs. Freedom, 10 a.m. -- Court 2 Delaware Valley vs. AFBE France 11 a.m. -- Court 2...
  • Nazareth's dedicated band leader will be remembered

    Our family was saddened this week with the passing of William Boandl. He was a dedicated instrumental music teacher at Nazareth Area High School and the middle school. He was also an outstanding band director resulting in many championships for the Blue...