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  • Warm reception planned for piece of Cold Springs Bridge

    Q: PennDOT's District 5 website lists the Cold Springs Bridge as a bridge-replacement project. The bridge is located on Second Street over Spring Creek in Whitehall Township. The project status is listed as 'preliminary engineering phase,' with an...
  • Singing the blues over headlight glare

    Singing the blues over headlight glare
    Q: My question is about the bluish colored headlights, and the fog lights and parking lights that many drivers have on at night. I thought there were laws regulating the number and brightness of the lights on the front of the car. In many cases the...
  • Phantom criminal charge prompts letter from lawyer seeking a client

    Phantom criminal charge prompts letter from lawyer seeking a client
    It would be understandable if Larry Snyder of Coplay jumped at the chance to hire a lawyer, just to be on the safe side. "I understand that criminal charges may have recently been filed against you in Lehigh County District Court," began a Feb. 26...
  • Peeps diorama winners announced

     
    “Peeps in Paradise,” a model of a cruise ship featuring Peeps playing shuffleboard and sun bathing, made by fifth grade students from St. Joseph the Worker school took the Peep-les choice in 2013 Peeps Diorama Competition. The creative...
  • A look back at a big night and a peek ahead for Central Catholic's perfect basketball team

     
    It didn't hit me until much later Friday night, but Central's domination of Pottsville was so thorough that Muhammad Ali Abdur-Rahkman actually matched Pottsville in scoring by himself. Both had 34. The difference was that Abdur-Rahkman's Vikings...
  • Healing is an artistic endeavor for area high school and college students

     
    It's a good feeling when you see a great idea grow. I'm talking about the Hope & Healing Juried Art Show for High School & College Students, which is now going on its fourth year. I had the privilege of covering each of its renditions, and the concept has...
  • The Morning Call Outdoor Calendar for the next few weeks

     
    “AN ORIGINAL DUCKUMENTARY” FILM, MARCH 14 — 7 p.m. at. at Jacobsburg EEC, 400 Belfast Road, Nazareth … from the PBS Nature series showing promptly at 7:30 p.m. Register with Lauren Forster at laforster@pa.gov or 610-746-2801 ext...
  • LCTI students help deliver $200,000 book donation

     
    Students at Lehigh Career & Technical Institute are helping deliver $200,000 in books using skills they're learning in school. Through a partnership with First Book, a non-profit that gives books to low income families and children in need, students in...
  • 'No shooshing' at Let's Play Books!

    'No shooshing' at Let's Play Books!
    In a world where many independently owned and operated bookstores are closing their doors, Let's Play Books! in Emmaus aims to buck the trend. The shop, which sells approximately 1,000 youth-oriented books (about 850 separate titles), opened Dec. 5 at...
  • Franklin Street Display

     
    My column Tuesday is about the flashing musical display at 36 Franklin St., Apartment 2, Whitehall Township. I promised in there to share more information about the display. I figured the best way to do that was to repeat the......
  • Amy's Cookies

    Amy's Cookies
    Take MacArthur Road/145 north past the malls and turn right on Lehigh Street. At the first light, turn left onto Front. When the road splits in Coplay — check out the reindeer overhead as you enter the borough — bear left onto S. Third....
  • Washington Twp., Northampton Co. – Five Points Richmond Rd. closed between Rt. 611 & Richmond Rd., March 18 – Oct. for bridge replacement

    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced work will begin Monday, March 18, to replace the structurally deficient Five Points Richmond Road bridge over Oughoughton Creek in Washington Township, Northampton County. The contractor will...