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  • FLASHBACK: In 1984, Parkland beats Dieruff for first time on football field

    FLASHBACK: In 1984, Parkland beats Dieruff for first time on football field
    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. August 25 1984—Mike Collier collects three hits, including a home run, and Allentown beats West Bethelhem 5-3 for its fifth straight Blue Mountain...
  • Arthur H. Garrison: It's important to understand reasons behind riots

    Arthur H. Garrison: It's important to understand reasons behind riots
    On Aug. 9, Michael Brown was killed by Darren Wilson, a white police officer, in Ferguson, Mo. As soon as the killing was made public, every politician, platitude, accusation, argument, justification, rationalization and defense that exists in these...
  • East Penn teachers' contract at a glance

    East Penn teachers' contract at a glance
    East Penn School District teachers recently reached a new four-year contract with the district that gives annual average raises of 2.5 percent. [See recent story on that contract here. Following is a look at some of the terms that contract, which goes...
  • Kutztown man injured, charged with DUI in motorcycle crash

    A Kutztown man faces a drunken driving charge after a Saturday afternoon crash that sent him to the hospital with serious injuries. Daniel M. Parish, 35, lost control of his motorcycle going around a curve southbound on Lobachsville Road in Rockland...
  • Airshow delivers – fast, low and upside down

    Airshow delivers – fast, low and upside down
    Bill Hauver had his two children heed the public address announcer's warning to cover their ears as the Sea Harrier readied for a low pass. Disappointed in the lack of noise, he shook his head. Moments later, the immense aircraft sped by again,...
  • Velodrome recognizes Air Products riders

    In the penultimate Friday night of competition at Valley Preferred Cycling Center in Trexlertown, the men, women, boys and girls who were in the Air Products Developmental Cycling program had a chance to compete under the lights. Fifty-six riders,...
  • Lehigh Valley outdoors show at Kempton Fairgrounds this weekend

    Bob Danenhower likes to talk. Just ask anyone who has ever walked into his taxidermy shop or visited his bait-and-tackle shop during fishing months. He also knows how to listen, which is why there is a big change for the 2014 Lehigh Valley Hunting and...
  • Pennsylvania launching new college scholarship program

    At East Stroudsburg University this summer, officials have been making a list of students who could benefit from a new state-funded scholarship program. For the first time this school year, the Ready to Succeed Scholarship Program will be available for...
  • Ron Tomalis resigns under pressure as Tom Corbett's education adviser

    HARRISBURG — Ron Tomalis is resigning from his nearly $140,000 job as Gov. Tom Corbett's special adviser on higher education. The move, announced Tuesday and effective Aug. 26, comes after weeks of pressure on Tomalis to step down after news...
  • Daniel Spiegel: Upgrade Route 222 into highway suitable for 21st century

    Daniel Spiegel: Upgrade Route 222 into highway suitable for 21st century
    I moved to Allentown in 2002. Driving to work on my first day at Kutztown University, stuck behind a trash truck for 12 miles down Schantz Road and onto Route 222 until the Kutztown bypass, I wondered, through the inescapable stench, what I had gotten...
  • Hayduk gets perfect send-off for cycling nationals

    Imagine beginning a race with no idea how long it's going to last. That was what riders in the Hubert Schleh unknown distance race faced Friday night at Valley Preferred Cycling Center. No one, not even the lap and bell judge, knew how many laps the race...
  • Massage business, Subway and Supercuts coming to Bethlehem and other company news

    Elements Massage, Supercuts, Subway to lease spaceat Madison Farms David Nicholson and Blake Gross of LMS Commercial Real Estate, a privately owned real estate company based in Lancaster, have arranged 1,803-square-foot, 1,413-square-foot and 1,287-...