RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

John Callahan

A collection of news and information related to John Callahan published by this site and its partners.

Top John Callahan Articles

Displaying items 85-96
  • John Callahan, Mayor of Bethlehem

    John Callahan, Mayor of Bethlehem
    The Lehigh Valley is the fastest-growing region in Pennsylvania. We are a day's drive from one-third of the population of the United States. The ease of access to large markets, combined with a lower cost of living, affordable real estate, lower taxes and...
  • Douglas A. Michels, President and CEO of OraSure Technologies

    Douglas A. Michels, President and CEO of OraSure Technologies
    As a leader in point-of-care medical diagnostics, OraSure Technologies has had a worldwide impact on health through the launch of its innovative products. We are a global leader in oral fluid diagnostic technology, bringing to market first-of-its-kind...
  • Here's one last look at the year's top stories

    Reading all these year-in-review recaps has left me a little groggy, so forgive me if my own look at 2012's top stories veers in and out of reality. January Eyebrows raised when developers announce new hockey arena will be called The Heather Browne...
  • Bethlehem City Council made wrong choice for trash discussion

    OK, let's pretend you're a member of Bethlehem City Council. As part of his 2013 budget, Mayor John Callahan has proposed changing the city over to a single-hauler system for trash collection, an idea floated by Bethlehem leaders since, I don't know,...
  • How to lose a congressional bid, On The Cheap

    How to lose a congressional bid, On The Cheap
    A few weeks ago we visited our friends at the Lehigh County Senior Center to serve some coffee we made without electricity. They loved it. We're just not sure if they loved it because it was free, or electric-free. Anyway, while we were there we...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Retired judge takes his case to Bethlehem City Council

     
    In their courtrooms, judges often dress down defendants and, sometimes, attorneys for their failings or transgressions. But it was in Bethlehem City Council chambers this week where retired Northampton County Judge William Moran held court. Speaking...
  • Moving day at a Bethlehem fire station? Only for some, city says.

     
    Bethlehem firefighters were busy Thursday morning moving items out of the North Central fire station -- the station Mayor John Callahan is exploring whether to close and turn into a paramedics facility. But Fire Commissioner George Barkanic said the...
  • Bethlehem recognized for its network of cameras

     
    Bethlehem Police Commissioner Jason Schiffer on Thursday accepted the 2011 Mobilizer Award for the city’s wireless mesh network of surveillance cameras. The award, presented by Mobilizer Magazine, recognizes the most effective and innovative...
  • Bethlehem councilman sends message of displeasure with proposed budget

     
    Bethlehem Mayor John Callahan may have proposed a no tax-increase, near-level budget for next year. But he still has some selling to do. On the first reading of the ordinances -- in which many council members vote "aye" without prejudice so they can get...