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  • A broad spectrum: New Allentown center serves a range of special-needs children

    A broad spectrum: New Allentown center serves a range of special-needs children
    Amy Edgar wasn't really sure what was going on with her youngest daughter, Mary. The Coopersburg mom spend two and half years trying to find services for Mary, who didn't fit many of the criteria established for special-needs categories such as autism...
  • Traffic impact fee plan hits roadblocks in Lower Macungie

    Traffic impact fee plan hits roadblocks in Lower Macungie
    When officials in Lower Macungie chose to begin imposing a transportation impact fee on developers in 2009, they spoke ambitiously about those new dollars helping to fund up to $37 million worth of traffic improvements in the Lehigh Valley's third most-...
  • Fleas move steel ball at Kutztown Folk Festival

    Fleas move steel ball at Kutztown Folk Festival
    A "flea" named Mary Ellen got loose during the first performance Saturday of Marty's Miraculous Flea Circus at the Kutztown Folk Festival and ringmaster Marty Cook took off into the crowd after her with a giant tweezers. "Ladies and gentlemen, don't be...
  • Two injured in Upper Macungie crash

    Two people were hurt in a three-car crash Friday afternoon on Hamilton Boulevard in Upper Macungie Township. A car driven by 64-year-old Elaine Arnts of Easton was traveling north on Hamilton Boulevard near Folk Road when it hit a vehicle driven by 22-...
  • First Student Bus Company Says It Will Close East Hartford Facility

    EAST HARTFORD — First Student Inc., a Cincinnati-based company that had served local students, is closing its East Hartford facility this summer after losing its contract with the board of education. As a result, 79 employees are either being...
  • Shopping Scout: Lift chair, cushion, scooter, more

    LOOKING FOR Lift chair: Dee of Easton is looking for a gently used lift chair for her husband. Book: Linda is looking for a book arranged by Rev. John Baer Stoudt and Mrs. Irvin (Addie) Christman. It's titled "The Children and the Children's Children of...
  • Some new plants to try: fuchsia, clematis, deutzia

    A question that comes up in most conversations with gardeners is "What are you planting this year?" I really haven't shopped as much as usual but I do have some new experiments that bear watching. I'm fortunate enough to get some plants to grow as...
  • Redskin discussion waste of time, energy

    The use of Redskins as the name of a football team has caused enough wasted time and energy when the solution is right there in front of our faces. Simply keep the name "Redskins" and change the picture to a redskin potato adorned with parts from Mr....
  • All grins at Camp Smile

    All grins at Camp Smile
    As children from Camp Smile lined up to pet Smudge, a resident skunk from the Wildlands Conservancy, a camp counselor stood ready to squirt the kids' hands with sanitizer. This was no slam against Smudge, who looked like a tidy skunk, but rather because...
  • Lower Macungie Library book club meets July 9

    Join the next meeting of the Lower Macungie Library book club at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, July 9 to discuss "The House Girl" by Tara Conklin, according to the Lower Macungie Library website. The Wednesday book club meets inside the Lower Macungie...
  • Lower Macungie hosting pool party

    Lower Macungie Township will host a summer pool party from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday, June 28 at the Lower Maucungie Township Municipal Pool, according to the township's website. The pool is located at 3400 Brookside Road, Macungie. From 1 p.m. to 3 p.m....
  • Animals coming to Macungie Farmers Market Farm Day

    The Macungie Farmers Market will be hosting Farm Day from 4 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 26. Among the animals at the market, located at Macungie Memorial Park, will be alpacas, goats, sheep and horses. The park is located at 50 Poplar St., Macungie....