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Lehigh County

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  • Response to Allentown sewage backup stinks

    Response to Allentown sewage backup stinks
    Matt Ackerman was in the basement of his Allentown home when he heard a gurgling sound coming from the sewer drain. "I know when that is happening, that's not a good thing," he said. It sure wasn't. Sewage was spouting from the drain in the laundry...
  • The Morning Call History

    The Morning Call, the third largest newspaper in Pennsylvania and the leading media company in the Lehigh Valley, has nearly 120 years of publishing history in the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton area of Pennsylvania.  The publishing company’s products...
  • White potatoes filled with vital nutrients

    Perhaps George J. Motsay's letter to the editor is pointing to information from a 2005 report by the Institute of Medicine, which used now-obsolete nutritional recommendations and outdated consumption data from the mid-1990s to justify excluding...
  • Gov. Tom Corbett on defense over his education spending record amid criticisms from opponent Tom Wolf

    Gov. Tom Corbett on defense over his education spending record amid criticisms from opponent Tom Wolf
    As polls have predicted for more than a year, education funding has become the most tangible issue for voters in the upcoming governor's election. The candidates know it, as evidenced by commercials and news conferences across Pennsylvania. For the past...
  • Buzz building over Bethlehem distillery

    Buzz building over Bethlehem distillery
    The wine makers behind an award-winning Slate Belt vineyard are looking to open a craft distillery in south Bethlehem, among the first proposed for the Lehigh Valley. The owners of Franklin Hill Vineyards are seeking a limited-distillery license,...
  • Musikfest announces speaker for opening ceremonies

     
    Pennsylvania First Lady Susan Corbett will speak at the opening ceremony for Musikfest, which starts the 10-day run of its 31st year Friday, the festival just announced. Susan Corbett Corbett will speak at 6 p.m. on the stage at Americaplatz......
  • State game lands laws enforced at Bake Oven Knob

    Bake Oven Knob is a hot spot destination most of the year for birders, nature lovers and hunters. Tucked along the south side of the Appalachian Mountain range's Blue Mountain, the prime parking area for the gorgeous lookout area that is ripe for...
  • Courts going soft on pot-smokers and sellers

    Courts going soft on pot-smokers and sellers
    Alan H. Oren was at home in Upper Mount Bethel Township when state police showed up a couple years ago and did something that, in his words, "wasn't too cool." Acting on what Oren believes was a tip from a neighbor, troopers searched a shed near his...
  • Police weigh in on restricted-bridge enforcement

    Police weigh in on restricted-bridge enforcement
    Q: Being a former owner of large trucks, I am familiar with the weight-restriction laws often placed on structurally deficient bridges. The state has posted the Cementon-Northampton Bridge at 50,000 pounds, yet driving this road daily, I constantly see...
  • Here are the latest doctors, nurses, barbers, real estate agents and other professionals sanctioned by state boards

    These disciplinary and licensing actions were announced recently (July 7) by Pennsylvania's licensing boards against professionals who live and work in the Lehigh Valley area. The information is taken verbatim from the PA Department of State's website,...
  • Lil-Le-Hi trout nursery getting fish from Cabela's

    Come 7 a.m. or so on Friday, the Lil-Le-Hi Trout Nursery in the Little Lehigh Parkway will have a brand new tourist attraction. An estimated 1,400 of the nursery's biggest fish, its two-year-old trout, were lost July 14 when torrential rains flooded...
  • Allentown care home's full license restored

    Allentown care home's full license restored
    It took 16 months, but a troubled Allentown personal care home finally is operating up to state standards and had its full license restored by the state. Emeritus at Allentown was granted a regular license May 29 after it passed an inspection by the...