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  • Coroner: Elderly man drowned after falling into drainage ditch Monday night, found dead next day

    The 86-year-old man who was found dead Tuesday in a drainage ditch in South Whitehall slipped in the night before, got hurt and drowned, the Lehigh County coroner said. William T. Murray Jr., of Hausman Road in the township, was pronounced dead at 11:...
  • It's a moral issue

    President Obama is correct: Treat this as a moral issue first, ahead of border security. When I read about this crisis, which was quietly building for years until becoming a flood this spring, and learned of horrific conditions motivating parents to...
  • Seek help from U.N.

    What to do with children who enter our country illegally is very perplexing and not easily solved. There is no magical answer. Our border patrol is required to give these children within 72 hours to the Department of Health and Human Services. HHS should...
  • Catasauqua man accused of beating, threats in Whitehall Twp.

    A Catasauqua man knocked a friend to the ground and beat him in the woods behind the American Legion in Whitehall Township on Saturday afternoon, police said. Daniel Dilliard, 20, of the 500 block of Race Street was heard shouting "I'm going to kill you"...
  • Tesla looking to open supercharger station in Whitehall

    Tesla looking to open supercharger station in Whitehall
    You're cruising down Route 22 in your electric car — the one that costs about as much as a small house — and … oh no, you're almost out of power. Takes the tang right out of your Grey Poupon. You could pull off into a Whitehall Township...
  • North Whitehall might start inspecting rental properties

    North Whitehall might start inspecting rental properties
    In the wake of an apartment fire in North Whitehall that killed 61 cats and two dogs, the township is going to explore whether to require annual inspections of rental properties. The July 15 blaze at the three-story apartment building at Route 309 and...
  • Police: Mail stolen from Lehigh Township post office drop box

    Lehigh Township police said Tuesday someone broke into a post office drop box and stole mail. Police were called around 9:50 a.m. to the Cherryville Post Office, 680 Blue Mountain Drive. Police said someone broke into the outside drop box overnight and...
  • Coroner: Elderly man dies after falling into drainage ditch in South Whitehall

    An 86-year-old man died after falling down an embankment into a drainage ditch Tuesday morning near a South Whitehall shopping center, authorities said. William T. Murray Jr., of Hausman Road in the township, was pronounced dead at 11:15 a.m. near...
  • Man charged with Whitehall trail robbery

    A 22-year-old man was one of three men who robbed a man Sunday on a walking trail in Whitehall Township, according to court records. Corbin T. Tillman of Whitehall was charged with robbery, theft, receiving stolen property, simple assault and conspiracy....
  • Whitehall Area Chamber of Commerce offers luncheon and discussion on Lehigh Valley's future Aug. 14

    Learn about the future of the Lehigh Valley at a special luncheon presentation, 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 14, hosted by the Whitehall Area Chamber of Commerce. Special speaker will be Becky Bradley, executive director of Lehigh Valley Planning...
  • Obama scandals threaten nation's democracy

    Vice President Joe Biden recently advised that "hope and change" may be dead. Given that the lack of presidential leadership is causing some commentators to worry that President Obama has checked out, this is accurate. I would suggest a new slogan of...
  • Stop Obama's attack on the Constitution

    Concerning the dead-of-night placements of illegal aliens in Tennessee, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters that the illegal immigrant children have a right to privacy. He said privacy rights of the illegals are more important than the...