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  • Bethlehem's Carl DiCello honored

     
    Chances are Carl DiCello would have hated the public display of gratitude for him Monday. A couple dozen friends and family members gathered in front of Bethlehem City Hall to dedicate a bench and entryway in honor of DiCello, who served as the head of...
  • Parking issue at Bethlehem's Five Points takes another turn

     
    The parking woes of Bethlehem's Five Points intersection has taken another turn. Bethlehem lawyers advised City Council Tuesday that the city shouldn't fear any legal ramifications should council decide to eliminate the turn lane into McDonald's near...
  • Bethlehem picks new human resources director

     
    Kathleen A. Garman, who had served a school district and the private sector, will replace longtime Bethlehem Human Resources director Jean Zwiefel, who retired last year. “Kathleen has a tremendous work ethic and a strong background working in the...
  • Callahan to take on Dent again?

     
    Update: The training event was held Wednesday, not this coming weekend. Although it's unclear whether he is actively seeking to run again or if the Democrats want him to give it another go, Bethlehem Mayor John Callahan is in Washington,......
  • Some saber rattling in the 15th District?

     
    Let's make one thing clear: Bethlehem Mayor John Callahan is not running for re-election this year. He can't. He's in the middle of his second full term of an office that is limited to two full terms. Yet, the Democratic......
  • SteelStacks pavilion to open July 2 with blues singer, feature 41 concerts and children shows

     
    An artist's conception of the Levitte Pavilion at SteelStacks The Levitt Pavilion at the new SteetStacks entertainment complex in south Bethlehem will open with a July 2 concert by blues singer Marcia Ball, and offer 41 free concerts this summer......
  • Paul Anka, Schwarzenegger and Jesus

     
    Most of the more than 100 local business and government leaders invited to the grand opening of the Sands Casino Hotel Thursday had no idea the usual dog-and-pony show would include an intimate performance by legendary crooner Paul Anka. Most also had...
  • Democrats Have Had It Worse

     
    I’m accustomed to taking a beating in The Morning Call’s online comments, and I knew my recent satirical column about Sarah Palin’s bus tour would be no exception. The consensus among the more conservative set was that I’m a...
  • Whitey Bulger also wanted in killings in Florida and Oklahoma

     
    "Whitey" Bulger alleged crime spree spread to Florida and Oklahoma, where he's been indicted for murder...
  • Allentown Mayor Pawlowski nominated for VP of state association

     
    Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski has been nominated for vice president of the Pennsylvania League of Cities and Municipalities. If he is elected to the post on Friday it would be the first time in 20 years that an Allentown mayor has been named to one of...
  • Lehigh Valley Mayors Push For Pensions, Act 47 Changes.

     
    The Lehigh Valley's Three Mayors ... ... are in Harrisburg today for meetings with lawmakers and the Corbett administration to push for the approval of legislation that would make changes to Act 47, Pennsylvania's law governing fiscally distressed cities....
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: It's Super Tuesday.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning Fellow Seekers. It's Super Tuesday! It's that magical day where voters in states where you don't live will head to the polls to determine the fate of the Western World. Or, at minimum, prolong the agony that......