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  • Head of the Class: Awards and accolades for Carroll County students

    Eldersburg resident James Whittenburg was named to the dean's list for the fall semester at DeSales University in Center Valley, Pa. He is a medical studies major. Kathleen Bird, a junior politics major from Sykesville, was named to the University of...
  • Carol R. Hill

    Carol R. Hill, a former bartender who was working as an artist, died Oct. 3 of undetermined causes at her home in Triangle, Va. The former 20-year Fells Point resident was 51. Ms. Hill had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis about five years ago, her...
  • Head of the Class: Residents earn degrees, dean's list honors

    The following students graduated from James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va., in fall 2011. Newman Yen, of Nottingham and Douglas Peters, of Perry Hall. Kelly Moffett, of Parkville; Caitlin Canoles, Rachel Lebowitz, Emily Parker and Michael Partin,...
  • Recipe Exchange: Stuffed artichokes, coconut custard pie, raisin cookies

    LOOKING FOR Elisabeth Gehring of Emmaus is looking for the original Philadelphia Pepper Pot Soup recipe that has tripe as an ingredient. FOUND Martha Capwell of Catasauqua sent in five stuffed artichoke recipes for Jeanette Gehris of Hereford. All...
  • Language competition allows Southern Lehigh students to show how East meets West

    Language competition allows Southern Lehigh students to show how East meets West
    Responding to questions is second nature, but it's not always easy when they're in a foreign language. Still that wasn't a big problem for about 125 Southern Lehigh middle and high school students who demonstrated their facility with Chinese at a...
  • Looking back on a day that had it all

    Looking back on a day that had it all
    In his famous ESPYs speech in 1993, the late Jim Valvano talked about what constitutes a good, full day, and about the need to experience a variety of emotions on any given day. Remember these words from Jimmy V: "To me, there are three things we all...
  • 'The Music Man' marches into DeSales

    Look like there's trouble in River City and that can only mean "The Music Man" is marching onto the DeSales University stage for Act 1's final production of the season. It opens Wednesday. The musical taps into the nostalgia for small-town USA circa 1912...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    DOUGLAS E. WOOLLEY of Bethlehem has again been named to the Morgan Stanley President's Club, an elite group comprising the firm's leading financial advisers. A senior vice president and financial adviser in Morgan Stanley's wealth management office...
  • Parkette gymnast Price finishes fine weekend at Pacific Rim

    Elizabeth Price finished off her gold-mining expedition at the Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships over the weekend by adding two individual-event victories to her all-around and team titles at the Olympic Oval in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. The...
  • Events planned around the Lehigh Valley area

    LEHIGH COUNTY EDGE OF THE WOODS NURSERY, 2415 Route 100, Orefield, will host a Native Habitats presentation and workshop, 1-2:30 p.m. April 19. Speaker: Bill Lamack, former grounds and nursery manager at Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve. Cost: $6....
  • One Run for Boston runners reach Bath and Easton in the moonlight

    Twenty-six runners heading east on Route 248 toward Bath attracted the attention of curious motorists late Thursday. "A caller says there's a jogger holding an American flag at Route 248 and Valley View Road," a Northampton County emergency dispatcher...
  • Fuel up, Egyptian style, at new Lehigh Valley food truck

    Fuel up, Egyptian style, at new Lehigh Valley food truck
    As a high-powered New York City executive, Hala Bonner teased employees they'd wind up at the corner of 23rd and Lexington avenues, selling falafel from a food truck if they failed to meet their project deadlines. Today, she and her husband Tim park...