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  • LVC football: Where seniors are headed for college

     
    Another round of bad weather has postponed most of the college signing ceremonies originally scheduled for Wednesday, the start of the main signing period for football. We do know where a bunch of the Lehigh Valley Conference's top players are......
  • Kansas Bill Supports The Right To Discriminate

    Kansas might as well start producing "Only Heterosexuals Served Here" signs for businesses and government offices. A bill that sailed through the state's House of Representatives tells Kansans: You can be as discriminatory as you like against...
  • It's time to quit hating on those Sochi Olympics sweaters, America

    It's time to quit hating on those Sochi Olympics sweaters, America
    NEW YORK — When the U.S. Olympic Team's opening ceremony sweaters were unveiled last month, the social media reaction to the star-spangled red, white and blue patchwork knit cardigans was overwhelmingly negative. It seemed as if every armchair...
  • Friday night boys basketball results: Allen can claim the last LVC tourney spot

     
    The headlines from Friday night: Parkland was impressive in dismantling Whitehall for the LVC North division title. See my story here: http://www.mcall.com/sports/varsity/mc-whitehall-parkland-boys-basketball-0207-20140207,0,4963129.story Central Catholic...
  • Several locals set career marks for KU track

     
    Palmerton grad Lanny Buck was among the many Kutztown track & field athletes who did well at the David Hemery Valentine's Day Invitational on Saturday at Boston University. Buck had the highest finish by a Golden Bear, taking fourth in......
  • Seriously, what is wrong with Kansas?

    Kansas might as well start producing "Only Heterosexuals Served Here" signs for businesses and government offices. A bill that sailed through the state's House of Representatives tells Kansans: You can be as discriminatory as you like against homosexuals...
  • Study shows "Teen Mom" reduces teen pregnancy

     
    New research shows that MTV shows “16 and Pregnant” and “Teen Mom,” both of which franchises have prominently features local teens, have contributed to significant declines in the U.S. teen birth rate. In the report released Monday...
  • Bethlehem Catholic plays by rules

     
    Dozens of emails have come in since the column about Bethlehem Catholic's wrestling program was published, some interpreting what was written as a condemnation of the program or the school's practices. Far from it. Jeff Karam and his coaching staff......
  • Walters repeats as LVC girls basketball MVP

     
    Bethlehem Catholic junior Kalista Walters (right) is a repeat choice as the Lehigh Valley Conference MVP in voting by the league's coaches. No one but Walters was going to win this award. She led the LVC in scoring and pushed......
  • Paul Greenberg: Opinions in a flash

    (With apologies to Walter Winchell) Good morning, Mr. and Mrs. America, from border to border, coast to coast, and all the ships at sea. Let's go to press! Add another name to those Americans kicking the tobacco habit: CVS pharmacies. They plan to...
  • 'Comfort food with a twist' coming to Bethlehem Village Shoppes

    'Comfort food with a twist' coming to Bethlehem Village Shoppes
    In Bethlehem Township, a new retro-style restaurant serving "comfort food with a twist" is set to open by the end of the month in the Bethlehem Village Shoppes at 3650 Nazareth Pike. Husband and wife co-owners Matt and Sue Roth will open Mitzi’s...
  • Checkers drives into the Valley

    Checkers drives into the Valley
    French fry lovers rejoice! The Lehigh Valley's first Checkers have opened within months of each other, allowing customers to "feast on" in Allentown and Bethlehem. The greasy-spoon section of Allentown's South Fourth Street got even greasier thanks to...