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  • Signals planned at Schantz Road and Routes 222 and 863

    Signals planned at Schantz Road and Routes 222 and 863
    Q: According to a recent Morning Call article, temporary traffic lights will be installed on Route 222 where it meets Schantz Road, and where it meets Route 863 just to the east. Why would the lights be temporary? There is no doubt that a safety upgrade...
  • Big-rig braking systems: Big-time life savers?

    Big-rig braking systems: Big-time life savers?
    Q: The recent multiple-fatality accident on I-78 near Krumsville appears to have been caused by a tractor-trailer plowing into a line of slow-moving or stopped traffic. Technology consisting of forward-looking radar that determines the rate of closure...
  • Will Pennsylvania take it to the limit: 70 mph?

    Will Pennsylvania take it to the limit: 70 mph?
    Q: It seems that every other day there is another horrific accident on Interstates 78 or 476 involving tractor-trailers. Of one thing you can be certain: The car always loses. Cars and trucks already are doing 70-75 mph in the posted 65 mph zone. Now...
  • What is appropriate discipline for a 10-year-old?

    Q: What is appropriate discipline for a 10-year-old? My in-laws suggested having him kneel on rice for 15 minutes. To me, this sounds abusive; what do you think? A: Anything that causes pain is not an effective form of discipline, the Help for...
  • Are you ready for more high school basketball? SportsFest boys tournament begins Thursday

     
    One tournament down, one to go. The SportsFest "A-Town Throwdown" boys basketball tournament at Cedar Beach is just four days away. Hopefully, the stormy weather that hit just after the conclusion of Sunday night's Stellar championship game and is...
  • 2014 Maryland statewide MSA results

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  • 'Wounded warrior' breaks ground on Crownsville home

    Adam Keys took shovel in hand - his remaining hand - and dug into fresh soil. It was the triple amputee's first step toward an independent life. On Thursday, the 30-year-old Army sergeant broke ground at the site of his three-bedroom Crownsville home....
  • Coaching staffs for the June 26 McDonald's Lehigh Valley All-Star Classic announced

     
    On Wednesday night, I talked to both Lehigh/Carbon/Monroe coach Jim Terwilliger, the former Pleasant Valley coach, and Northampton County and Bethlehem Catholic coach Joe Henrich at Buffalo WildWings in Whitehall where they had a little get-together to...
  • Gallery: Celebrate freedom of expression

    "Art is much less important than life, but what a poor life without it." - Robert Motherwell While I'm certain our founding fathers didn't plan the signing of the Declaration of Independence to mark the beginning of our country's summer traditions, the...
  • Swimming: Belair Bath and Tennis beats Whitehall

    Belair Bath and Tennis swim team defeated Whitehall Pool and Tennis 300-279 on July 5. Annie Hayburn set a BBT pool record in the girls 15-18 50-meter butterfly. Joe Hayburn set a BBT pool and WPT team record in the boys 10U 25-meter butterfly and boys 9-...
  • Bowie police charge 10 with violent crimes in June

    The Bowie Police Department handled 236 incidents in June, according to a monthly summary released this week. Officers arrested 32 people during the month, 10 of them in violent crimes. Seven people were charged with domestic violence, two were...
  • Curtain rises on Shanty on 19th

    Curtain rises on Shanty on 19th
    An iconic restaurant where generations of people gathered to celebrate special occasions or enjoy a nightcap after a show has been revived in Allentown’s West End Theater District. The Shanty on 19th, which held a soft opening May 22 following...