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  • Sunday afternoon scoreboard at Stellar basketball tournament

     
    ELIMINATION BRACKET CCHS 42, Freedom 25 ... Ben Pratt 16. Easton def. Reading by forfeit. Ridley 68, North Penn 44 ... Lucas Foster 21. Nazareth 48, Saucon Valley 30 ... Johan Dotson 10. Bangor 53, Notre Dame 20 ... Reese Jones 14. Liberty 68, Methacton...
  • Family Time: Free kids theater workshops on Saturdays

    Children can learn speaking, movement and other performance skills, develop characters and storyline and make puppets in free theater workshops presented by Allentown Public Theatre beginning Saturday. The workshops, 10-11:30 a.m. on four Saturdays,...
  • IndyCars should return to Pocono Raceway

    The Pocono IndyCar 500 on Sunday was a great race — better than most NASCAR and IndyCar races I've been to, and I've been to a few over the years. If I wanted to see accidents, I'd go to a demolition derby. I had no problem seeing who was leading...
  • Title company employee charged with $232,000 embezzlement

    A Palmer Township woman embezzled more than $232,000 over nearly 12 years while working as a title agent for a Bethlehem Township abstract company, police said. Heather J. Mineo of the 300 block of Camelot Drive was charged last Thursday by Bethlehem...
  • Nazareth heroin investigation ends with four arrests, two in Kiwanis Park

    A three-week investigation into drug dealing in Nazareth has led to the arrests of four men, including a pair who allegedly sold heroin in Kiwanis Park. Nicholas G. Rodriguez, 19, of the 500 block of East Fourth Street, Northampton, and Jamon R. Gambal,...
  • Neighbors howl, but pet food warehouse gets Lower Nazareth OK to boost parking

    A large warehouse and distribution center in Lower Nazareth will be allowed to expand its parking lot despite residents' complaints about noise and traffic. Representatives of the 300,000-square-foot Phillips Feed Distribution Center, which stores pet...
  • Northwestern girls basketball team back to defend Stellar tournament title

    Northwestern girls basketball team back to defend Stellar tournament title
    The Northwestern girls ripped through the Stellar "Catch A Rising Star" Basketball Showcase last summer without a loss. The Tigers may not be ready for an encore yet, but coach Chris Deutsch expects the next week will put them closer to competing for...
  • Nazareth mayor looking into allegations against police chief

    Nazareth mayor looking into allegations against police chief
    Nazareth Mayor Carl R. Strye Jr. on Tuesday said he is personally looking in allegations of racism, bullying and other wrongdoing by police Chief Thomas Trachta, but added: "I'm convinced most of this is unfounded." Strye's action comes a day after...
  • Community mourns beloved pastor

    Community mourns beloved pastor
    When the pastors at Central Moravian Church heard of the death of the Rev. Douglas Caldwell — a crucial figure to the Bethlehem congregation and the Lehigh Valley for decades — they decided to open the church's doors all day. And, as senior...
  • Despite horrible childhood, U. Nazareth man gets prison for sex with girl

    By all accounts, Vincent Ritchie of Upper Nazareth Township endured a childhood of horrors. When he was about 6 years old, Ritchie was hungry and complained to his mother that the bread on his sandwich was stale. So, according to court records, she...
  • Nurse pleads in theft of $75,000 engagement ring

    A home health care nurse who stole a $75,000 engagement ring from a Bushkill Township woman's house pleaded guilty Tuesday to felony theft. David L. Halperin, 28, has checked himself into rehab for a heroin addiction since his arrest, and his family...
  • Dieruff creates some late-night excitement at SportsFest, beats French team in overtime

    Dieruff creates some late-night excitement at SportsFest, beats French team in overtime
    First-year coach Joe Jarjous said he is trying to change the culture at Dieruff. Part of that change is for the Huskies to not hang their heads when things go awry. Friday night at the seventh annual "A-Town Throwdown," the high school boys basketball...