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Before the new rooftops dot the Allentown skyline, before the new $272 million arena complex rises from the pilings at Seventh and Hamilton streets, before any still unplanned projects come to fruition, there will be jobs in Allentown. The transformation...
The Allentown-Harrisburg déjà vu experience is getting a little spooky. Just over a week ago, I compared Allentown's financial problems, created by maladroit mayoral actions, with Harrisburg's financial problems, which are even worse, also caused by...
Wanted: An experienced police chief, preferably from the Lehigh Valley; community policing skills required; familiarity with a diverse population a must. Turnout was light but the opinions decisive among residents gathered Thursday at City Hall to...
By late next year, well-heeled new residents of Allentown's suddenly booming downtown will be able to walk out the front door of their luxury apartments, have a glass of wine at a bistro fronting the city's Arts Walk, and stroll across the street to a...
When it comes to truth in advertising, Allentown's sixth annual Blues, Brews & Barbecue Festival on Saturday says it all. That's precisely what's being offered at the free event, noon-10 p.m. on Hamilton Street between Seventh and Ninth. Blues: As in...
Tags: Kutztown, Allentown, Allentown Brew Works
Braden Airpark could be shut down this summer, but the pilots who use it say they're not going down without a fight. Nearly two dozen small plane advocates Tuesday protested a Lehigh-Northampton Airport Authority proposal to close the 75-year-old...
Blogging with Bill WhiteI wanted to follow up with a few things I couldn't get in today's column about the 2013 Hall of Fame nominees. First, though, I'll encourage you to read the list and then pass along either your comments on those......
Valley 610Allentown officials have scheduled their first public forum to gather information about the search for a new police chief. Residents are invited to council chambers Thursday at 6 p.m. to a forum moderated by Kutztown University Professor Gary Cordner...
Valley 610When you’re looking at campaign finance reports, the people who give candidates money are often more interesting than where candidates spend it. But that’s not the case with Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski’s latest report. In the first four...
I waited until after the primary election so I wouldn't be blamed for making anyone lose, but now it's time to unveil this year's nominees to my Hall of Fame of the area's most colorful characters. They're an impressive group, but remember that...
Despite threats of an ouster, Allentown's recently approved water and sewer lease proved to be a non-factor in the Allentown City Council race Tuesday as several incumbents held on to nominations for their seats. With the majority of precincts reporting...
Tags: Elections, Shingles, Allentown, Politics, Interior Policy
Allentown officials have scheduled their first public forum to gather information about the search for a new police chief. Residents are invited to council chambers at 6 p.m. Thursday for a forum moderated by Kutztown University Professor Gary Cordner...
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