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If you've been downloading pirated music, movies and TV shows, Big Brother now is watching and you could find your Internet slowed down or temporarily blocked if you're caught doing it repeatedly. Five large Internet providers — Verizon, AT&T,...
The news last week that the Colonial League made Moravian Academy and Notre Dame-East Stroudsburg full-time members and invited Lehighton and Pleasant Valley to join may signal a change for area leagues. The Colonial League, according to President Tom...
By Jennifer Sheehan, Of The Morning Call Sue Grossman knows what it's like to struggle with poor health. The Wind Gap resident was born with a deformed hip, which she had to have replaced. In 2004 she weighed 354 pounds and had gastric bypass surgery,...
It's not exactly the halfway point, but the high school boys basketball season is generally broken into two parts — pre-holiday and post-holiday. The post-holiday portion of the schedule begins Thursday or Friday for most area teams and Bangor...
One of the sad, untold stories about the imminent end of the world is that Patrick Sutton and his neighbors will meet their doom without ever having enjoyed cable television and high-speed Internet in the comfort of their own homes. I kid, of course....
It's official. Southeastern Pennsylvania has a new member on the board of game commissioners for the Pennsylvania Game Commission. Brian H. Hoover of Glenolden, Delaware County, will represent District 6, which includes Lehigh and Northampton counties,...
Wow! What a crazy week it has been for retail — a week of feast and famine. Last weekend, as people throughout the Valley made their way from store to store to pick up items they needed to survive an extended power outage, supermarkets,...
Do you want to hear something really scary? The average person is expected to spend nearly $80 this year on Halloween costumes, decorations and candy, according to the National Retail Federation. That's up from about $72 last year. That sure sounds like...
The fall scholastic sports season is well under way and in every corner of the Valley, in every sport, kids are competing for wins and championships. But this year most of our area high school teams are learning that sports is not just about winning....
Up in Plainfield Township, in a building that used to be home to 2,000 chickens, Tom Turtzo hammers away at his life's passion, blacksmithing. It's the art and craft of making metal bend to the will, and one of the few remaining professions that embrace...
Team champions have been awarded in all leagues, so the fun and games are over with for the 2012 track & field season. The no 'I' in team speech doesn't apply for the next three weeks. It's all about in the individuals reaching personal goals. For a...
School districts across Pennsylvania are doing their annual budget dance, threatening layoffs, course reductions and tax hikes. Every dollar is precious, the bureaucrats and board members will tell you. Really? Then why have school districts collectively...
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