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  • Get cultured: Lehigh Valley fall arts preview

    Get cultured: Lehigh Valley fall arts preview
    A colorful and creative season of performances, exhibits and events for young and older has begun in the Lehigh Valley. It's a season of premieres and anniversaries. A season of classics and cutting edge works. A season of reflection and a season of fun....
  • Lower Saucon economic group recommends landfill expansion

    Lower Saucon economic group recommends landfill expansion
    A Lower Saucon Township economic development group sees garbage as commerce and made a recommendation to township council that it approve a zoning change to allow a township landfill to expand. The recommendation was made by the Lower Saucon Township...
  • Easton forum: Blacks are profiled by police, community

    Easton forum: Blacks are profiled by police, community
    Unarmed black teenager Michael Brown was shot to death three weeks ago and hundreds of miles away, but the pain is still reverberating through Easton's black community, and now they're demanding answers: from their community, from their leaders, and...
  • ESU's Bennie an all-star; Gorski, McBride step away from majors

    ESU's Bennie an all-star; Gorski, McBride step away from majors
    Joe Bennie has been in a hitting slump lately, but the Stroudsburg High and East Stroudsburg University product will get an extra chance to work out of it. He will play in Tuesday's New York-Penn League All-Star Game at MCU Park in Brooklyn. The...
  • U.S. has responsibility to people in need

    I write in response to a Your View in Sunday's paper that attacks Social Security. Social Security was not "sold" as a forced savings program but as insurance to provide senior citizens with security and dignity in their old age. It protects seniors...
  • Michael E. Faccinetto: Public education beneficial for the common good

    Michael E. Faccinetto: Public education beneficial for the common good
    We live in a society of high-stakes competition. With the shrinking economy and recent recession, quality middle-class jobs have become scarce. Reformers tell us students must be prepared to compete in the global economy, and this can only be...
  • Quick call for help: New mobile app links Lehigh students to police

    Quick call for help: New mobile app links Lehigh students to police
    Twice in one day, someone went to Jenn Nguyen's front door and tried to open it. The Lehigh University senior keeps the front door of her off-campus apartment locked, so no one got in. But she was alarmed enough to call Bethlehem and Lehigh police about...
  • Liberty and Lehigh product McBride hits first career grand slam to help Rockies beat Royals

    Liberty and Lehigh product McBride hits first career grand slam to help Rockies beat Royals
    Liberty High School and Lehigh University product Matt McBride hit his first career grand slam on Wednesday night to help the Colorado Rockies defeat the visiting Kansas City Royals 5-2. It was McBride's first career slam and it came in the sixth inning...
  • Craig Hochbein: 'Benefits, pitfalls of buying education like groceries'

    Craig Hochbein: 'Benefits, pitfalls of buying education like groceries'
    In 1973, an article in The New York Times Magazine authored by Milton Friedman championed school choice and the use of vouchers by invoking a thought experiment. Subtitled "Selling School like Groceries," Friedman's article asked readers to consider a...
  • Police: Lehigh University student tried to grab cop's gun

    A Lehigh University student trying to start a fight in a crowd struggled with police and tried to take an officer's gun early Thursday, Bethlehem police said. Jeremy Kaye, 21, of North Brunswick, N.J., was arrested and is free after posting $10,000 bail....
  • Bethlehem, Lehigh partner for more security cameras

    Bethlehem, Lehigh partner for more security cameras
    Bethlehem Mayor Robert Donchez and Lehigh University interim President Kevin Clayton on Tuesday announced a partnership that will bring up to 12 new security cameras to neighborhoods where off-campus students reside. The cameras, a $100,000-$150,000...
  • Final weeks to see Da Vinci's 'Space' exhibit

    Final weeks to see Da Vinci's 'Space' exhibit
    There are two weeks left to check out rocks from the moon and Mars and to walk through a lunar base camp at the Da Vinci Science Center exhibit "Space: A Journey to Our Future." The exhibition, presented in collaboration with NASA, also features a...