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  • 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...
  • Andre Reed's Hall of Fame induction offered a glimpse into the courage and class of Jim Kelly

    As those who watched last week's hour-long NFL Network special called "Road to Canton: Andre Reed" now know, the former Dieruff High and Kutztown University standout had a challenging road to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The documentary held nothing...
  • Whitehall grad goes from IronPigs' crew to Phillies'

    Whitehall grad goes from IronPigs' crew to Phillies'
    This summer, Ryan Perl learned that even in the big leagues, he can cut it. The grass, that is. The 21-year-old Whitehall High School graduate had been growing an expertise in baseball diamond green thumbery as an intern on the Lehigh Valley IronPigs'...
  • Tractors rule at Old Time Plowboys show

    Tractors: The members of the Old Time Plowboys Club love them and want to show them off whenever they can. The club is doing that and also promoting Pennsylvania German heritage and farming history at its 25th anniversary Summer Show Saturday and...
  • Concert review: Sheryl Crow soaks Sands Steel Stage crowd with fun and musical fearlessness

    Concert review: Sheryl Crow soaks Sands Steel Stage crowd with fun and musical fearlessness
    Sheryl Crow may have gone country, but she's also pop and soul and rock 'n' roll and she blended it all seamlessly Monday night in a fun and musically outstanding concert at Sands Steel Stage at Musikfest. Crow, a nine-time Grammy winner, has been at...
  • Easton man surrenders, is charged in Upper Macungie police chase

    An Easton man accused of leading Upper Macungie Township police on a 20-mile chase into Berks County three months ago has turned himself in to face charges, police said. Desmond Q. Cole, 21, fled from township police at 6:50 p.m. May 15 when officers...
  • Lehigh Valley food events include preserving workshop, peaches at farmers market

    PRESERVING THE HARVEST 1 The Rodale Institute wants to help you preserve the bounty of your summer garden. Instructor Cynthia James will show you some food preservation tips and recipes 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 16. As a home gardener or just a savvy...
  • 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...
  • Mind, body, spirit: Counselor who is blind encourages holistic treatments

    Mind, body, spirit: Counselor who is blind encourages holistic treatments
    Jenna Galligani has hurdled roadblocks most of her life. At 17, she taught martial arts and self defense to visually impaired children. In 2002, as a student at Kutztown University, Galligani was a member of the school's equestrian team, and took a...
  • Lehigh Valley basks in patriotic glow of Independence Day celebrations

    Lehigh Valley basks in patriotic glow of Independence Day celebrations
    The images that come to mind when we think of Independence Day are wrapped in patriotism and healthy doses of red, white and blue. After all, standard Fourth of July fare includes Uncle Sam, marching bands, American flags, a good cover band and anything...
  • Techne Music Festival presents free concerts Moravian College

    From Aspen to Tanglewood, summer is the season for classical music festivals. Whether you are an ambitious young musician seeking master classes with world-renowned soloists or just a lover of great music, summer festivals offer something for everyone....