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  • Drug bust leads Gettysburg College to sanction 27 students

    More than 25 students were found to have violated Gettysburg College's policy, resulting in expulsions, suspensions and dismissals from campus, according to a letter from college president Janet Morgan Riggs. In an email sent July 14 to parents and...
  • Easton's Veggie Van distributes free produce to residents of the West Ward through Sept. 4

    Operated by students from Lafayette College's Technology Clinic, the Easton Veggie Van will resume distributing locally grown produce to residents of the West Ward, 5-7 p.m. Thursdays through Sept. 4. This is the second year the van has given away...
  • Girls' volleyball: Sherman Oaks Notre Dame has signing ceremony

     Sherman Oaks Notre Dame had a signing ceremony on Monday for three senior girls' volleyball players headed to college. They are Kyra Auten (Concordia), Jackie Lopez (Metro State) and Katie Kidder (Lafayette College). Another player, Zana Muno, is a...
  • REVIEW: Singer Viktorija Gecyte brings lovely, smoky jazz to Miller Symphony Hall

     
    As far as jazz cabarets go in the Lehigh Valley, Friday night’s in the Rodale Room at Miller Symphony Hall ranked up there with the best. Singer Vicktorija Gecyte, a Lafayette College grad born in Lithuania and now based in Paris, stopped by on...
  • Multi-platinum group's guitarist to be keynote speaker for arts presenters conference at SteelStacks in Bethlehem

     
    The guitarist for a multi-platinum-selling rock band will be keynote speaker for a three-day conference of more than 100 arts presenters from six states next week at ArtsQuest’s SteelStacks campus in Bethlehem. Chad Taylor, guitarist for the York-...
  • Robert A. Pastor, 66, served as a national security adviser for Carter

    Robert A. Pastor, an influential scholar and policymaker who spent decades working for better inter-American relations and democracy and free elections in the Western Hemisphere, died Wednesday at his home in Washington, D.C., after a three-year battle...
  • PASSINGS: Karin Higa, William C. Lowe, Ike Skelton

    PASSINGS: Karin Higa, William C. Lowe, Ike Skelton
    Karin Higa Expert in Asian American art Karin Higa, 47, a specialist in Asian American art who worked for nearly a decade and a half as a curator at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles, died Tuesday at her home in L.A., said Russell...
  • High School Football: A big game for BC

    High School Football: A big game for BC
    It was down the road a bit but couldn't be ignored, that game that was scheduled Oct. 18 for the Brethren Christian High football team. On Friday, the Warriors play their biggest game to date this season, and against their toughest opponent yet, when...
  • Heard family, Lafayette teaming for Shave for the Brave event

    Heard family, Lafayette teaming for Shave for the Brave event
    Susan Heard took Monday off from her job as director of partnerships at St. Baldrick's Foundation, a Monrovia, Calif.-based, volunteer-driven charity that raises money for childhood cancer research. It was the 3-year anniversary of her son, David,...
  • William and Mary baseball hopes to build on historic 2013 season

    William and Mary baseball hopes to build on historic 2013 season
    WILLIAMSBURG — Signs of William and Mary's remarkable 2013 baseball season are evident throughout the program, but what's unseen will keep the Tribe competitive on regional and even national levels. Players and coaches talk about a culture...
  • Norco sportsmen against stream reclassifications

    The recent proposal by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission to designate six segments of area streams as Class A waters, thereby curtailing in-season trout stockings in them, is drawing local opposition. Class A waters are the highest quality in...
  • Doug Kern's "Miles for Miracles" campaign has been an inspiration, as well as a rousing success

    Doug Kern doesn't consider himself to be an inspirational person, but obviously, many of his friends and family don't agree. Kern broke his neck while making a tackle as a Parkland football player when he was 16 years old back in 1970. It was a...