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  • Friday night flashback: Lots of fun and flaws and 149 to 0

     
    It's early Saturday morning and I'm digesting another Friday night of high school football. Lots of good stuff out there. Nazareth rallies past Liberty in a 42-41 thriller ... Emmaus gets a 44-yard field goal from Dalton Landis to beat Parkland at the...
  • Week 3 High School picks: Do I have the prescription for success?

     
    A little under the weather. Have my bi-annual "Change of Seasons" cold. Felt like we went from the heart of summer to winter this week and I never adjust well to the temperature change. Tired of spending a fortune at CVS on stuff that never works, I...
  • Little Huskies is a nice story, but ASD shouldn't be fooled

     
    I was happy to do the Dieruff middle school football story yesterday. The Allentown School District needs any good news that can be put out there about its sports programs. And I like Shawn Moser and the work he is doing with those kids. The guy is a...
  • Donate old instrument to help local students

     
    Do you have an old band or orchestra instrument laying around the house? It could find a new musical life in the hands of a child in the Allentown School District through the Satori Gift of Music program. Satori, a Lehigh valley chamber music ensemble...
  • Allen, Dieruff to decide its football future in the next few days

     
    Allen and Dieruff will be announcing details about its football future within the next few days. Sources have confirmed that the Lehigh Valley Conference has given the two schools permission to leave the LVC in football only. Now, it's up to the two...
  • Kyle Beller seems like good fit for Dieruff

     
    Let's make this clear right now -- Dieruff will not win a championship in football next year. The Huskies may not even win a game. But I think the program took a big step in the right direction by hiring Kyle Beller as the new head coach. He is getting...
  • IronPigs helping Allen and Dieruff programs

     
    There's a ceremony, actually two of them, planned for tomorrow in which the IronPigs are presenting checks to the Allentown School District to help sports programs at Allen and Dieruff. Here's the release from ASD and kudos to the IronPigs and IronPigs...
  • Having an interpreter at a wedding may be the best gift a bridal couple can give

    Having an interpreter at a wedding may be the best gift a bridal couple can give
    If you have normal hearing, you probably take for granted the gift of sound. But if you are a guest at a wedding where someone is deaf you realize how much he or she is missing. From the ceremonial toasts at the pre-wedding reception to the ceremony and...
  • Adults Living With Autism

    The newest autism statistics from the Centers for Disease Control are staggering; 1 in 100 individuals are diagnosed with autism each year (1 in 90 in New Jersey; 1 in 74 among New Jersey boys!) Two decades ago an autism diagnosis was one in 10,000!...
  • Surfer's Healing: A Camp For Autistic and Disabled Children

    Surfer's Healing: A Camp For Autistic and Disabled Children
    Chances are, someone you know has an autistic child. According to the National Institutes of Health, three to six out of 1,000 children will be diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and boys are four times as likely to have ASD, than girls.   And...
  • Autism NJ Seeks To Help Autistic Adults Receive Available Gov't Services

    Autism NJ Seeks To Help Autistic Adults Receive Available Gov't Services
    Forty-seven-year-old John Richardson's parents knew something was wrong when he was born. At 2-years-old, he was diagnosed with autism. Since then his place on the autism spectrum has been given a name, Asperger's Syndrome. "I had plenty of learning...
  • NJ Foundation Teaches Autistic Adults How To Live Independently

    NJ Foundation Teaches Autistic Adults How To Live Independently
    Autism Spectrum Disorders now affect 1 in 110 children according to a 2009 report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. With these statistics on the rise, people like Linda Walder Fiddle, founder and executive director of The Daniel...