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  • Football scholarships are coming to the Patriot League beginning in 2013

     
    The teleconference is about to begin, but here's the release from the Patriot League announcing that the league will begin allowing schools the opportunity to give out 15 scholarships per year beginning in 2013. CENTER VALLEY, Pa. (February 13, 2012) --...
  • Lauren's First and Goal Clinic set a record thanks to O'Brien

     
    A record 2,105 high school football players participated in the ninth annual Lauren’s First and Goal Foundation football camp on Sunday at Lafayette College. The previous record was set last year with more than 1,800 campers, according to a...
  • Easton baseball announces postseason honors

     
    The Easton baseball program has announced several postseason awards. Below is the release from coach Carm La Duca. Ed Snyder was an outstanding athlete, respected teacher, and a successful coach. He taught his players to be aggressive, to be devoted......
  • Patriot League getting a new member

     
    Boston University has accepted an invitation to join the Patriot League on July 1, 2013, for the 2013-14 academic year, Daniel H. Weiss, Chair of the Patriot League’s Council of Presidents and President of Lafayette College announced today. Boston...
  • The sound of drums is enchanting in the hands of the Ta Ka Di Mi Project

     
    Dave Howell Special to The Morning Call Drums and rhythm have had the power to enchant and exalt us since the beginning of time, as Ta Ka Di Mi Project proved in a concert Sunday night at Lafayette College's Williams......
  • ASO's 'The Planets' a spectacular concert experience

     
    One small step up the podium, one giant leap into the cosmos. On Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon at Symphony Hall, the Allentown Symphony Orchestra, piloted by conductor Diane Wittry, blasted off into the solar system and beyond with an...
  • John Loose, Tim Moncman among the guests on "Calling All Sports" radio show

     
    Lafayette College football coach John Loose, the Leopards' defensive coordinator, will be among the guests on today's "Calling All Sports' radio show -- heard 9-11 a.m. this morning on AM-1470, the Fox. It can also be heard online at fox1470.com. Loose...
  • Forks manager takes job with Hilltown

     
    Forks Township manager Rich Schnaedter, who announced his resignation last month, has been hired by Hilltown Township in Bucks County. Schnaedter will earn $100,000 as Hilltown's township manager, a bump from his $85,000 salary from Forks. Hilltown has...
  • Big night for LVC boys basketball teams in holiday tournaments

     
    I was at Whitehall for the Zephyrs win over Saucon Valley in the Zephyr Classic Holiday tournament on Tuesday. Impressed with Whitehall, especially defensively. That win was just part of a big night for Lehigh Valley Conference boys basketball teams in...
  • Lauren's First and Goal goes over the $1 million mark

     
    One of the great events every June is the Lauren's First and Goal Football Clinic at Lafayette College. Dozens of college coaches from all levels come to Lafayette to volunteer their time and work with high school football kids looking to learn and gain...
  • Judge won't toss Williams Twp. tax case

     
    A Northampton County judge decided not to throw out a lawsuit in which residents argue Williams Township failed to collect a business privilege tax from the Chrin Bros. Sanitary Landfill. Chrin and former township treasurer/manager Debbie Patterson...
  • Kids can be a part of "geek" knit community project at Lafayette

     
    Kids will have a chance to take part in a textile performance piece/community project in the lobby of the Lafayette College's Williams Center Gallery during the “Spring Comes Early” Build-A-Bug workshop for children from 10 a.m. to noon...