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Valley 610Ron Angle will hold three town hall meetings to answer residents’ questions about Gracedale. Voters will decide on the May 17 primary ballot whether to block Northampton County from selling its nursing home for five years. Meetings are set for April...
Lehigh Valley ParentingBunny Lunch: 11 a.m. Saturday, Lehighton Recreation Center, Eighth St., Lehighton. Visit from Peter Cottontail, candy, balloon, hot dogs, baked beans, chips, dessert, beverage. Bring your camera. Tickets: 610-377-1053, 570-386-4569. Bunny Brunch: noon-3...
Burdell S. Hontz graduated from Pen Argyl High School in 1939, joined the Army Air Forces the next year and shipped out to Hawaii. He attended clerical school on Oahu and worked in the message center of a B-17 bomber unit, the 11th Bombardment Group,...
Northampton Area Community College held graduation ceremonies May 28 and 1307 students received associate degrees, specialized diplomas and certificates. To accommodate the large number of graduates, the College held commencement ceremonies in both...
Tags: Education, Emmaus, Treichlers, Plymouth, Effort
From The Morning CallKing's College held its 60th Commencement Exercises on May 17. King's students from the area who were among 463 to receive their degrees are: MASTER OF SCIENCE HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION Matthew Frank Herr, Northampton; BACHELOR OF ARTS...
Of The Morning CallJim Nagy sat in his house trailer Saturday, chain-smoking, sipping beer and sharing memories of brothers Stephen and Jonathan Austin, his Upper Mount Bethel Township neighbors. "The boys didn't get along very well," said Nagy, who lives about 200 yards...
Tags: Murder, Social Issues, Crime, Law and Justice, Bangor, Vehicles
Of The Morning CallStephen Austin made two trips last week from his Berks County home to his mother's home in Upper Mount Bethel Township, police said. On the first trip, police said, he killed his younger brother, clubbing him in the head a few times with a crowbar,...
Of The Morning CallWalt Neidlinger spent years trying to keep a Wal-Mart-anchored shopping complex from being built near his Wind Gap home. The traffic would have been suffocating for their little community, neighbors argued, so when the massive retailer and its partners...
Of The Morning CallA lot has changed in Palmerton in the past 100 years. The New Jersey Zinc Co., once the largest producer of zinc in the United States and the town's largest employer, is gone. Instead of products, most of the area's industries now deliver information...
Of The Morning CallEven the soldiers couldn't hold back tears as the family and friends of Derek Holland gathered in Whitehall on Thursday to say goodbye, celebrating the 20-year-old casualty of the Afghan campaign as a pathless boy who had turned, as if by the touch of a...
Tags: Education, Netherlands, Coplay, High Schools, Defense
THE HOUSING MARKET, BY SCHOOL DISTRICT LEHIGH COUNTY ALLENTOWN S.D. – From historic Old Allentown to the West End in the city, the Allentown City School District has 23 schools with a total enrollment of 17,521 students. Housing is 53 percent owner...
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