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  • Chrin interchange on Route 33 on track for November completion

    Chrin interchange on Route 33 on track for November completion
    Right now, it's just mounds of dirt, construction trucks and rows of cornfields. But soon, a stretch of farmland in Palmer Township will be transformed into a commercial corridor with monster warehouses, office space and hubs of restaurants, hotels and...
  • How much is a little magic worth?

    How much is a little magic worth?
    YORK — Gordy Price has always sensed that the book was valuable. Now the York County man wants to find out just how valuable. It's a first edition of a 1909 aviation manual – a bit worn, but in very good condition considering that it's...
  • Saturday's Little League roundup: York County 9-10 girls capture District 7 championship

    Softball: Emma Coldsnow stole three bases and scored twice and Jamie Hammer scored twice Saturday in York County’s 13-3 win over Warwick in the District 7 age 9-10 title game at Stoney Run. York earned a bid to the state tournament. Age 9-10...
  • Thursday's Little League roundup: Deer Park boys, Warwick/Hampton-Wythe girls capture District 7 championships

    Thursday's Little League roundup: Deer Park boys, Warwick/Hampton-Wythe girls capture District 7 championships
    Baseball: Joel Velasquez drove in two runs, hit a home run and earned the win to lead Deer Park past Warwick 13-6 Thursday night in the District 7 age 10-11 championship game at Hampton-Wythe Little League. Brandon Kelly added four hits, two of them...
  • As Atlantic City's fortunes fade, casino workers fear bleak future

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — After 19 years working as a cook at Atlantic City's Showboat Casino, Dave Rose is counting the weeks until he and about 2,000 fellow workers lose their jobs when the casino is shuttered at the end of the summer. The Showboat...
  • Gun laws and what the Second Amendment intended

    As school shootings erupt with sickening regularity, Americans once again are debating gun laws. Quickly talk turns to the Second Amendment. But what does it mean? History offers some surprises: It turns out in each era, the meaning is set not by some...
  • Friday's 7/4 local schedule (updated Thursday PM)

    BASEBALL International League: Norfolk at Charlotte, 7:05 Eastern League: Reading at Richmond (doubleheader), 5:05 LITTLE LEAGUE District 7 all-star tournament: Major baseball (at Poquoson Little League): Warwick vs. York County American, ppd. to 10 a.m....
  • Bethlehem burglar linked by DNA gets state prison

    A Bethlehem man whose spilled blood led police to charge him with a 2012 burglary in a Monocacy Street home will serve time in state prison. Northampton County Judge Anthony Beltrami ordered Darrill Joseph Dupree to serve between two years 11 months...
  • Saturday's Little League roundup: Deer Park majors edge York County National 4-3, advance to baseball state tournament

    Baseball: In the Major tournament championship round at Poquoson, Matthew Wiechman had the game-winning RBI in the bottom of the sixth inning to help Deer Park beat York County National 4-3. Dawson Guzik had a two-run home run and Austin Maxey added...
  • Companies brace for silver tsunami as baby boomers retire

    An installment in a periodic series on the impact the large baby-boom generation will have on the Lehigh Valley as that population approaches retirement age. Judy Meyers spent 20 years working in Bethlehem as an administrator for Lifepath, a nonprofit...
  • Baseball memoir a perfect book for summertime reading

    Baseball memoir a perfect book for summertime reading
    What a great time of year to read "Summertime Dreams: Yes—Girls Can Play Baseball," a memoir by professional women's baseball player Dolly Niemiec Konwinski, written with local resident Douglas Williams. In the 143 years since America started...