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  • Allentown teens to unveil new website for city's youth

     
    This from Sam Martinez, youth coordinator for the city's Weed & Seed program: A new website created by a group Allentown teenagers to help connect the city's youth to each other and community activities will be unveiled May 21 as part of a...
  • Sunday Brunch: The Debate That Just Won't Go Away.

     
    Sitting in a state House hearing on Gov. Tom Corbett’s $27.3 billion budget proposal last week, Charles Zogby reached his boiling point. Pressed repeatedly Corbett’s opposition to a severance tax on natural gas drillers, the usually...
  • What does the Lehigh Valley share with Brazil, Australia and New York?

     
    A blue light. The Empire State Building in New York, Christ the Redeemer Statue in Brazil and the Sydney Opera House in Australia are part of the more than 500 buildings in over 120 US cities and 25 countries that will shine a blue light Friday and...
  • Blind Japanese pianist wows sold-out Muhlenberg audience

     
    By Steve Siegel Special to The Morning Call The Muhlenberg College Piano Recital Series ended its season Friday evening with an extraordinary concert by the blind Japanese pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii, whose virtually note-perfect performance of three...
  • The Sunday Brunch: Where To Go Next On Vouchers.

     
    Anyone remember “The Trojan Rabbit?” There’s this great scene in the 1975 screwball classic “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” where, in the course of trying to capture a castle held by a company of daffy French knights, King...
  • First Lehigh Valley High School Football Combine coming on June 26

     
    After three years of planning, the first Lehigh Valley High School Football Combine has been finalized and scheduled for Sunday, June 26 at Whitehall High School. This venture is the idea of Nick Koch, a former area high school and Muhlenberg College...
  • For Corbett, A Dilemma: What's The Difference Between A Fee and a Tax?

     
    What’s The Difference Between a Fee Increase and a Tax Increase? When you’re Gov. Tom Corbett, the distinction is more than rhetorical. And it’s a question he’ll have to consider carefully as lawmakers begin deliberations this...
  • Promoting Allentown's teen-friendly places

    Some local teens plan to put an end to a common complaint from their peers: There's nothing to do in Allentown. The Allentown Youth Source this week unveiled a website created by teens, http://www.allentownyouthsource.org, that promotes upcoming events...
  • 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....
  • Vet's wife scuffled with his lover

    Vet's wife scuffled with his lover
    More than a year before veterinarian David Rapoport was charged with killing his lover and her unborn child, Rapoport, his wife and the woman clashed in a shopping center parking lot when his wife confronted him about the affair. Elizabeth Rapoport had...
  • William and Beatrice Hall dead after blast, family confirms

    William and Beatrice Hall dead after blast, family confirms
    The elderly couple who lived at the site of the deadly gas explosion in Allentown has died, a family member confirmed this morning. A blast demolished William and Beatrice Hall's 544 N. 13th St. home at 10:45 p.m. Wednesday, setting six neighboring...
  • Colleges reconsider support for Sandusky-backed charity

    Colleges reconsider support for Sandusky-backed charity
    A number of local colleges are reconsidering their support for The Second Mile, a beleaguered charity founded by disgraced Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky and swept into turmoil following his arrest. Millersville University and Lock Haven University...