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  • Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

    Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
    Go here: You don't have to travel far to learn Bethlehem's Moravian history. The story of its founding by Christian missionaries in the 18th century echoes underfoot on cobbled streets and from austere limestone buildings scattered throughout downtown. The town, one of three that make up Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley, is rich in history and culture, from the museums to the suspended Star of Bethlehem, from the well-preserved churches to the antique shops. Take a walk down restaurant row or Main Street, tour the Burnside Plantation, or sign up for a walking tour of a steel mill. The city's Colonial roots are never more apparent than at Christmas, its name having been given to the community on Christmas Eve 1741 by its first Moravian settlers.
  • Donchez convenes a Bethlehem business committee

    Donchez convenes a Bethlehem business committee
    Bethlehem Mayor Robert Donchez on Thursday convened a Business Advisory Committee, a volunteer group of 16 businesspeople who will act as a sounding board for issues ranging from parking to public safety. The committee is targeted to provide a direct...

    Restaurant review: Apollo Grill's winning formula is hip, casual and classic

    Restaurant review: Apollo Grill's winning formula is hip, casual and classic
    Bethlehem’s Apollo Grill, which celebrates its 15th anniversary this year, is at once casual and classic. It’s been that way from the start, and, obviously, it’s a winning formula. Jeans feel perfectly appropriate here, but this is a...



    A heart for hospice

    It's not unusual for those who are sitting with loved ones in their last days to forgo their own needs. It happened to Bob Agentis last year, when he sat with his wife of 47 years, Judie, at St. Luke's Hospice House in Upper Saucon Township. By the time...