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A Marshalls and HomeGoods will join Hobby Lobby in replacing the old Wal-Mart in Pohatcong Township. The stores open Thursday.
4 hrs ago | The Morning Call
Meet Allentown author Ann Cerino who will read from "Carmella the Cat," the book about the true story of how she found her pet cat, 10 a.m.-noon Saturday as part of a free series in the Cops 'n' Kids' Reading Room in Bethlehem. The series is held one Saturday a month in room 403 at Northampton Community College Fowler Family Southside Center, and programs often feature authors of children's books.
7 hrs ago | 411mania.com
New Update on Bully Ray's TNA Status Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 09.16.2014 Read on if you want to know... - PW.net reports that Bully Ray is at tonight's Impact taping in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. He is scheduled to compete at the taping.
Bethlehem City Council on Tuesday decided to delay its vote on whether to raise the amusement tax cap by $1, a change expected to bring the city $200,000 to put toward closing a $5.9 million budget hole projected for next year. Council President J. William Reynolds said it is one small piece in Mayor Robert Donchez's plan to balance next year's budget - this year's totaled $71 million - and said it would make sense to evaluate it in that context.
Winners of Bethlehem Fine Arts Awards are from left: Jackie Teitsworth representing Cafe The Lodge; Mary Wright of Touchstone Theater and Dr. Neil Wetzel, associate professor of music at Moravian College. Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission awards were presented Tuesday, September 16, 2014.
A former Bangor teacher's aide who supplied drugs to students got back more than six years of his life Friday at resentencing. Brad Washburn will serve 32 to 64 months in state prison for a 2012 parole violation in which he was caught using heroin - a steep drop from Northampton County Senior Judge Leonard Zito's previous nine- to 18-year sentence, which was thrown out by an appellate court as "manifestly unreasonable."
Bethlehem police identified a second suspect in the Sept. 8 robbery and theft of 10 iPhones near the Sands casino parking lot.
A Bethlehem woman is accused of opening several fraudulent bank accounts at TD Bank branches across the region, court records say. Felipa Betzaida Giles, 24, of the 400 block of Pawnee Street, was arraigned Saturday on charges of identity theft, access device fraud and criminal attempt to commit theft by deception.
TNA News: Impact Tapings Set For This Week, Gail Kim Set For Flex Magazine Posted by Larry Csonka on 09.15.2014 Some Monday TNA news... - TNA will tape episodes of Impact starting on September 16th, and running through the 19th at the Sands Resort in Bethlehem, PA. At this time, the company has taped episodes through September 24th, so they will be taping for episodes airing on October 5th.
As noted a few days ago , TNA added Bully Ray and Bobby Lashley to their list of stars that will be on their Bound for Glory pay-per-view in Japan on October 12th. PWInsider.com is claiming that former two-time TNA World Heavyweight Champion Bully Ray has finished up with the company.
WSOF 13 took place in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on Saturday, September 13th at the Bethlehem Event Center. The card featured a main event between WSOF bantamweight champion, Marlon Moraes and Cody Bollinger .
A developer hopes to put a three-story medical offices building at Eaton and Eighth avenues in Bethlehem where a vacant bank now stands. Bryan Ritter, president of JENA Engineering of Allentown, outlined sketch plans for the structure Thursday before the Bethlehem Planning Commission.
A decade ago, as Lehigh Valley leaders desperately looked for a way to pay for what would be a $50 million minor league baseball stadium in east Allentown, state Sen. Pat Browne seized on his experience as a tax attorney and accountant to devise an innovative plan to fill the gap. For the first 20 years, Pennsylvania would give up its tax collections at the new Coca-Cola Park to help Lehigh County pay its share.
At a traffic light years ago, I sensed the backseat passenger in a car on my left looking my way. He opened his window and leaned toward me.
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