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  • Final MVC football standings: 5 teams make postseason, 4 will play LVC members.

     
    Saturday's Allen-Dieruff game officially concluded the Mountain Valley Conference football regular season. East Stroudsburg South is the champion, ending Stroudsburg's two-year run, and giving the Cavaliers their 10th title since the league began in...
  • Allen students to build bus stop shelter

     
    Allen High School students unveiled plans Thursday to build a new bus shelter along Turner Street, outside of the the school complex. Members of the William Allen Construction Company, a student group guided by the Butz family, presented the plan to the...
  • Bethlehem man launches mayor write-in campaign

     
    Democrat Robert Donchez faces another write-in challenger in his campaign for mayor. And this one should be a familiar face to him. Todd Dietrich. Donchez, a retired teacher, had taught Dietrich at William Allen and since has become reacquainted since...
  • 1937 'Wonder Team' and Carole Weil are among the new inductees into Northampton Sports Hall of Fame

     
    Northampton will hold its annual Sports Hall of Fame ceremony on Friday night before the Konkrete Kids play Central Catholic in a Lehigh Valley Conference boys basketball game. It's hard to believe that the late Carole Weil was not previously inducted,...
  • Trexler assistant principal honored by education committee

     
    Ferdinand Surita, assistant principal at Trexler Middle School, was one of four recipients honored on January 24 by the ADELANTE Lancaster Latino Education Committee. The ADELANTE Awards recognize the unparalleled contributions that individuals have...
  • The death of the editorial (It was done in the conference room with a dull knife)

    Who killed the great American editorial? Wasn't there a time when the country had great newspapers with great editorials that regularly thundered and whispered, sighed and screamed, were outraged or outraged others? Where did they all go? Newspapers had...
  • 97-year-old Allentown resident to serve as grand marshal for 250th parade

     
    Remember when the Lehigh Valley Airport was brand, spanking new in the 1930s? Margaret “Peg” Brennen does. The 97-year-old Allentown resident remembers all sorts of things the rest of us do not -- like how it felt to be among the first group...
  • Allentown parade winners announced

     
    The winners of Allentown's big 250th anniversary Points of Pride Parade last weekend have been released. Contain your excitement. Cash prizes were issued in several categories -- $500 for first place, $300 for second place and $200 for third place. The...
  • Art auction Tuesday to benefit Allentown Arts Academy

     
    Here's a chance to get an affordable piece of art and support a great program that helps young artists in the Allentown School District. The third annual art show and sale sponsored by the Allentown Arts Academy Alliance will feature more than 50 eight-...
  • Allen students present "Our Town"

     
    Celebrate the 75th anniversary of Thornton Wilder’s "Our Town" and the 250th anniversary of Allentown when students at William Allen High School present the show today through Saturday at 7 p.m. John Sechler, Allen's theater director, selected the...
  • Ronald William Allen

     
    This document is among hundreds of existing "perversion files" -- dating from the early 1960s to the early 1990s -- that are available in The Times' database. The database also includes basic information about several thousand cases between 1947 and...
  • Classy gesture by Allen High School was greatly appreciated

     
    We begin the year with a positive note of high school harmony. Northwestern athletic director and District 11 chairman Jason Zimmerman sent me an e-mail stating how much he appreciated the cooperation and courtesy displayed by Allen High School and AD...