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  • Allentown K-9 is magazine pin-up star

     
    The Allentown K-9 team of officer Jonathan Smith and his dog Django are featured in a recent issue of K-9 Cop magazine. Hopefully, you've already seen the pair, who appeared in the May/June edition of the 120-page bimonthly publication, when your copy...
  • DeSales is looking for an assistant women's basektball coach

     
    Fred Richter, the highly respected DeSales women's basketball coach, told me he has an opening for a part-time assistant coach. Thought we'd put the particulars on here and see if someone would be interested. Here are most of the details: Women’s...
  • Official: Even with new Voter ID law, no one will be turned away at the polls.

     
    With the April 24 primary less than a week away, Pennsylvania’s top elections official sought to reassure voters Wednesday that a lack of photo identification won’t result in their being turned away at the polls. “No eligible...
  • Science Festival of Lehigh Valley debuts this weekend

     
    Kids can control a robot, see live animals, do chemical experiments and explore a giant dinosaur balloon sculpture at the inaugural Science Festival of the Lehigh Valley this weekend which includes a variety of free or inexpensive experiences throughout...
  • Allentown Arts Commission gives construction executive just its 3rd Lifetime Award

     
    An Allentown construction company executive who shares his time, talent and good fortune with the city’s arts community on Thursday became just the third recipient of a Lifetime Achievement award from Allentown Arts Commission. Lee Butz of South...
  • Liberty High announces college destinations of 20 athletes

     
    Liberty High held a signing ceremony today for 20 senior student-athletes, including four football players. Here's the list: Baseball: James Bertolotti- Alvernia University Baseball: Robert Bertolotti- Alvernia University Football: Jason Borso –...
  • Whitehall Mayor announces re-election bid

     
    Whitehall Township's first mayor says he will seek another term. Edward D. Hozza Jr. was elected township executive in 2007 -- a title that changed to mayor in 2009. Hozza, a Democrat, beat out two other candidates when he last ran, including a write-in...
  • GO KIDS Friday March 18 to Thursday March 24

     
    Daily events for families in and around the Lehigh Valley and region. In case of bad weather, call first. FRIDAY, MARCH 18 Experience hands-on exhibits that teach children about science at Da Vinci Science Center. New exhibit of microscopic photos...
  • Enchanting take on Peter Pan at DeSales

     
    Enchanting is the best word to describe the new production of “Peter Pan” by the Act 3 Children's Theatre Company of DeSales University. From the adorably rag tag lost boys to the appropriately blustering (and only a tiny bit scary) pirates to...
  • Ask The Editors: Why don't your writers use village names?

    Q. I have noticed lately that the local media, (print, Internet and television), have discontinued the use of town and village names, and only use township names when describing places other than the major cities. Just in western Lehigh County alone,...
  • Who's hiring in higher education?

    Who's hiring in higher education?
    Lafayette College. Lehigh University. Moravian College. Muhlenberg College. DeSales University. Cedar Crest College. Through the decades, these private institutions have taught students how to think critically, debate clearly and work collaboratively....
  • Temp agencies see mixed employment picture

    Temp agencies see mixed employment picture
    Lorilee Fernandez had no idea her 26 weeks of unemployment were in danger of expiring when she called the state to ask a routine question. "They said, 'Keep your ears and eyes open,' " she said, recalling tense days of worrying whether Congress would...