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  • Water-tanker trucks stop rumbling through Cetronia

     
    Part of the South Whitehall Township village of Cetronia and the nearby neighborhoods surrounding Haines Mill Road have been plagued for months by 96,000-pound tractor-trailer tankers bound for Nestle Waters because of a Tilghman Street detour, but the...
  • Tri-County League roster announced for Friday's game at Limeport

     
    We gave you the Blue Mountain League yesterday, and now here's the Tri-County League roster for Friday night's all-star game at Limeport Stadium. Jon Kalejta - Infielder -- Gabelsville Brandon Sullivan - Infielder -- Gabelsville . Tim Wiand - Infielder --...
  • A grating question on bridge grates on the Hokendauqua-North Catasauqua Bridge

     
    Got some interesting comments regarding today's column on the urban legend about the steel grates on the Hokendauqua-North Catasauqua Bridge having been installed upside-down. My speculation is that the "shimmy" effect on vehicles, common to some grate...
  • Readers weigh in on fatal crash at Bake Oven and Mountain roads

     
    Regarding Friday's column on signage or other improvements to help prevent another accident like the one that claimed five lives at Bake Oven and Mountain roads in Heidelberg Township in June, a number of thougtful responses have steered their way into my...
  • Go and see what's planned for Cetronia's new public safety center

     
    There's still time to get to Cetronia Ambulance Corps' public meetings on its planned "Joint Operations, Regional EMS Education and Lehigh County’s Medico-Legal Forensics Center." (Can we work on a name better than the JOREELCMLF Center?) Cetronia...
  • Ask The Editors: Why don't your writers use village names?

    Q. I have noticed lately that the local media, (print, Internet and television), have discontinued the use of town and village names, and only use township names when describing places other than the major cities. Just in western Lehigh County alone,...
  • Tour #1: Amy's Biscotti Tour

    Tour #1: Amy's Biscotti Tour
    Here's a nice little route in western Lehigh County. From Tilghman Street just west of the Kuhnsville exit on Route 22, turn left at the light at Blue Barn. Make your third right on Hemlock, then left on Maple and proceed to Maple Circle for the...
  • Tour #2: McRib & Fries Tour

    Tour #2: McRib & Fries Tour
    This is a long but rewarding one. Take Route 100 south toward Macungie. Just past the Mack Trucks plant, turn right on Gehman, then turn right on Scenic View and follow to Clay, where you'll see a couple of excellent displays, including 3726 Clay, by that...
  • Tour #3: Roni's Nut Tussies Tour

    Tour #3: Roni's Nut Tussies Tour
    Bundle up for this trip north. Take Route 512 north from Bethlehem toward Bath. Just after you pass the RV place, make a left onto Jacksonville Road. You'll see a nice home on your right, then the astounding glow of 7475 Arrowhead Road in the distance. It...
  • Tour #4: Yocco's Cheese Dog Tour

    Tour #4: Yocco's Cheese Dog Tour
    Let's find Lady Liberty and more. Take 309 north through Schnecksville and bear right onto 873. Go through Neffs, pass the Country View Diner, go around the curve and turn left on Opposum/Best Station -- it's a weird intersection -- and take Best...
  • Tour #5: Leslie's Peanut Blossoms Tour

    Tour #5: Leslie's Peanut Blossoms Tour
    Here's one for you music lovers. From I-78 east, take the Route 33 exit. Get off on William Penn Highway and head west toward Bethlehem. At Farmersville Road -- across from Skateaway -- turn right. Make the third left onto Rexford Drive, then the second...
  • Tour #6: Evelyn's Ranger Cookie Tour

    Tour #6: Evelyn's Ranger Cookie Tour
    Here's a tour that's short and amazing. Take New Street north from downtown Bethlehem and continue until you hit Washington, where you'll turn right. There are nice lights all along this street, including 333 E. Washington on your left. When you hit...