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  • History's Headlines: A house brought back to life

    “The history of America is parking lots,” one cynic has observed. And if truth be told, more than one historic Lehigh Valley home has ended its life on the end of a wrecker’s ball to provide space for the ubiquitous automobile.

  • History's Headlines: The Great Debate

    Viewers watched the country's first televised presidential debate 56 years ago

  • History's Headlines: The Professor Who Would Be President

    It was this state of affairs that led Woodrow Wilson, a former governor of New Jersey, president of Princeton University and longtime college professor, to make a run for the White House. And so it was that this quest took him on February 7, 1912 to the Lehigh Valley to rally support

  • History's Headlines: The professor who would be president

    Things were not looking good for Republicans. Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt, their charismatic leader and two term president, had decided after a year of hunting lions in Africa that he wanted to run for president.


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Lower Macungie OKs two projects

Lower Macungie approves Movie Tavern project

The Lower Macungie Township Board of Commissioners approved a senior living center on part of the former Lower Macungie Elementary School property during Thursday night's meeting.

Upper Milford unveils 50K grant for fire depts

Upper Milford requests more information before OK'ing Fields at Indian Creek phase one
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The Upper Milford Township Board of Supervisors unveiled a four-point draft of a $50,000 total grant proposal Thursday night at its workshop meeting preceeding its regular board meeting.

Cargo flights driving growth at LVIA

Lehigh Valley International Airport

The airport authority's preliminary 2017 budget includes revenue, employee increases

Allentown City Council seeks clarification on salaries

Tempers flare at meeting of Allentown City Council

Allentown Council Vice President Daryl Hendricks is seeking answers as to how much some city employees recently hired by Mayor Ed Pawlowski are being paid and who decides those salaries - city council or the mayor.

Reading School Board hears presentation on test score reaction plans

Reading School District to borrow 30 million

Taking action on the Pennsylvania School Performance Profile Scores was the topic of a presentation given during Wednesday evening’s Reading School Board committee of the whole meeting.

Authorities: Man used Craigslist ad to arrange meeting with 13-year-old

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The Bethlehem Twp. man was actually chatting with a state investigator posing as a teenage girl

South Whitehall to sell police cars, equipment


South Whitehall Township plans to auction vehicles and equipment that are beyond repair and no longer worth fixing.

Lower Saucon Council says 'No' to PennDOT's road transfer offer

Members of the Lower Saucon Council Wednesday unanimously agreed to deny a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) request to transfer its ownership of Riverside Drive, known locally as The Narrows, to the township under the state's Highway Transfer Program.


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State police searching for missing Upper Perkiomen teenager

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Pennsylvania State Police are searching for a 17-year-old girl, who has been reported missing in Montgomery County.

Elio Cabrera of Allentown reported missing

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Elio Cabrera of Allentown has been reported missing.

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