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  • 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....
  • Lepchenko ousted in second-round match at Wimbledon

    Lepchenko ousted in second-round match at Wimbledon
    It appeared as if Varvara Lepchenko caught a break in her side of the singles' draw at Wimbledon when Caroline Garcia knocked off 14th-seeded Sara Errani in a first-round match. That's not the way it turned out, though. The 20-year-old Garcia defeated...
  • Bethlehem woman's arm is hurt as car hits her in Upper Macungie

    A Bethlehem woman was injured Tuesday morning when a car hit her as she walked along a road in Upper Macungie Township, police said. Shelby Litzenberger, 22, was walking north on the southbound side of Ruppsville Road at 8:15 a.m. when she was hit by a...
  • Thefts from locked cars parked at hotels investigated

    Police in Upper Macungie Township are investigating reports of thefts from vehicles parked at two motels in Fogelsville on Monday. Police said they received reports from at least four people whose vehicles were parked at the Comfort Inn Lehigh Valley...
  • Economic developers to PA House: Don't cut job creating tax credits

    Over the years, the Lehigh Valley has relied partly on state tax credits to help entice new businesses and to convince employers to expand existing local facilities. Now those credits have become a bargaining chip in the effort to plug a $1.5 billion...
  • Here's what makes the 99 percent angry

    The claque of complaining conservative commentators is now concerned about envy. Envy, no less. Well it is one of the seven deadly sins. It's right up there with lust, gluttony, greed, wrath, sloth and pride and my favorite, licentiousness, Oh, wait....
  • Bloomsburg University awards diplomas

    Bloomsburg University awards diplomas
    Bloomsburg University held graduation ceremonies May 10. Area graduates are: Lehigh County Holly C. Bachman, Whitehall, MS Comm Dis*Speech/Lang Path; Caitlin R. Bagenstose, New Tripoli, BS Health Sciences; Janice C. Bartolai, Orefield, BSN Nursing;...
  • Builder in Upper Macungie accused of deceptive mortgage advertising

    Builder in Upper Macungie accused of deceptive mortgage advertising
    Zip. Zero. Nada. If you were looking to buy a home and saw those words in big, bold print in an ad offering newly built homes for sale for no money down, your interest might be piqued. A home builder that used the catch phrase in ads trying to sell...
  • In suburbia, a growing education in poverty

    In suburbia, a growing education in poverty
    From its distinguished alumni — CEOs, well-known authors, professional actors — to its enviable test scores and championship sports teams, the Parkland School District glows with an aura of affluence and privilege. But amid its McMansions,...