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  • Local chef to compete in Food Network's "Sweet Genius"

     
    Pen Argyl native Alan Pitotti and the chef and owner of Dolce Patisserie in The Shoppes at Hellertown, will pit his skills crafting delectable desserts against three other chefs in Food Network’s "Sweet Genius." In the reality cooking competition,...
  • Celtic Classic spotlighted on Travel Channel show

     
    Celtic Classic got its 15 minutes of fame Tuesday on the Travel Channel's new show “Edge of America,” when host Geoff Edgers took part in the the annual Haggis Eating Contest and tried his hand at the Highland Games at......
  • Freddy season set to start in February

     
    It's that time again – when high school students tap, sing and act in musicals across the region. It’s Freddy Award season with 30 schools participating, including a first time appearance by Lehigh Valley Christian High School which is...
  • Hellertown native returns for fourth season of SyFy's "Face Off"

     
    Hellertown native Glenn Hetrick returns as a judge for the fourth season of "Face Off" Syfy’s most popular unscripted series. The fourth season which kicked off Jan. 15 airs at 9 p.m. Tuesdays on SyFy. The series debuted in January......
  • Hellertown hires new zoning officer

     
    Hellertown Borough Council recently welcomed its newly hired borough zoning officer. Kris Russo replaces Joe Chernaskey, who resigned in March. Russo, a Hellertown resident, worked for the Hunterdon Development Corp. for almost 20 years, according to...
  • 'Wild Horses' helped drag Braveheart away

    'Wild Horses' helped drag Braveheart away
    Andy Lee thought he was doing a nice thing in summer 2010 when he agreed to let some people stage their fundraising musical performance in his Braveheart Highland Pub, Hellertown. Little did he know that the group of bar patrons included a spy. Susan...
  • World War II commando from Emmaus recalls combat

    World War II commando from Emmaus recalls combat
    Bert Winzer, the son of florists, graduated from Emmaus High School in 1940 and made twine at an Allentown jute mill until the Army drafted him during World War II. He volunteered for an elite commando unit of Americans and Canadians called the 1st...
  • Pa. Fish and Boat mentored youth program begins in 2013

    Pa. Fish and Boat mentored youth program begins in 2013
    Taking a kid fishing just got a lot more exciting in Pennsylvania. During the fall meetings of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission held in Pittsburgh last week, the agency unveiled its Mentored Youth Pilot Program that will allow children under the...
  • Citizens United argument should cut both ways

    Citizens United argument should cut both ways
    The bitterly sarcastic drama planned next week in Allentown is understandable. The American political process is being polluted by expensive deluges of propaganda, designed to boost politicians who cater to the insatiable greed of billionaires. That's...
  • Fish, deer are turning on with cooler temperatures

    Fish, deer are turning on with cooler temperatures
    About 30 people showed up mid-morning on Wednesday at Kaercher Creek Lake in eastern Berks County to check out the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission in action. Mike Kaufmann, the Area 6 fisheries manager for the PFBC, and fish biologist Greg Murphy...
  • Turkey and dove seasons begin Saturday in Pennsylvania

    Beginning Saturday, it's fall turkey hunting time in most of Pennsylvania, with the important exception of Wildlife Management Unit 5C, which includes most of The Morning Call area. The state game commission noted that reproduction is not at its best...
  • Lehigh Valley prepares for powder keg dubbed 'Frankenstorm'

    Lehigh Valley prepares for powder keg dubbed 'Frankenstorm'
    Predictions for the hybrid storm bearing down on the Northeast keep worsening and the tone of the coverage is growing ever more strident, so it's no wonder the phone at Ice Cream World has been ringing off the hook. No one's looking to stock up on ice...