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  • Daugherty runs against Dent with a few thousand bucks

    Daugherty runs against Dent with a few thousand bucks
    Democrat Rick Daugherty could go down as the least funded candidate ever to challenge four-term Congressman Charlie Dent. In the last quarter, Daugherty raised $7,500 and spent $4,700 of it on yard signs, food and supplies for fundraising, printing ...
  • John Callahan dies at 59; politically incorrect cartoonist was a quadriplegic

    John Callahan dies at 59; politically incorrect cartoonist was a quadriplegic
    John Callahan, the quadriplegic cartoonist whose famously politically incorrect humor generated both praise and criticism, has died. He was 59. Callahan died Saturday at Good Samaritan Hospital in Portland, Ore., after undergoing surgery and treatment...
  • Callahan to lead a walking tour through south Bethlehem

     
    Bethlehem Mayor John Callahan will be leading a walking tour through the "Four Blocks International" neighborhood this afternoon on the South Side. He'll be shining some light on the successes the neighborhood has had, including the opening of Riko Piko,...
  • Sands Event Center opens with full crowd for Incubus, promise for more

     
    Sands Bethlehem Event Center, which its owners said will usher a new era of entertainment into the Lehigh Valley and become one of the Top 10 busiest concert venues its size in the world, opened Wednesday with promises to meet......
  • 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......
  • Evaluating a night at the new Sands Bethlehem Event Center: The details

     
    Jeff Trainer, co-owner of the new Sands Bethlehem Event Center, which opened Wednesday with concert by alt-rockers Incubus, looked out on the nearly sold-out crowd from Vision Entertainment’s VIP box and got a strong sense of déjà vu. Architect's...
  • Bethlehem announces new business loan

     
    Bethlehem Mayor John Callahan provided more details this week on a new $500,000 revolving loan fund aimed at small businesses. New or growing business in the city can borrow low-interest loans up to $100,000 for equipment, construction or working capital....
  • Checking and Balancing in Bethlehem

     
    Behind the scenes, Bethlehem Controller Robert Pfenning acknowledges he has had a few political squirmishes since he was appointed to the position three months ago. He says he had trouble getting some information from the administration. (Mayor John...
  • And in this corner...

     
    Last week, the Lehigh County Democratic chairman rhetorically asked who would want to step into "the ring” if Bethlehem’s mayoral match-up between long-time Councilman Robert Donchez and Lehigh County Executive Don Cunningham materializes next...
  • Callahan to council, controller: Send me your emails and memos first

     
    Don’t misunderstand Bethlehem Mayor John Callahan’s recent directive on city communications. He’s not barring City Council and the controller from talking to his staff. But if they do it in writing, he wants to see the email and memos...
  • Bethlehem councilman offers Dewberry fire station compromise

     
    Bethlehem City Councilman David DiGiacinto is proposing the city keep the North Central Fire Station open for at least six months to ascertain how a recent firefighter contract award works out before the building is converted into an EMS facility per...