Saturday Jul 19
Blueberry Festival serves up family fun with a side of history
With her American Girl doll in tow, Sasha Brophy sat on a shady hill at the Burnside Plantation in Bethlehem at the 28th Annual Blueberry Festival today.
The Lebanon Daily News
Wooden dioramas showing Pa. German life displayed in Schaefferstown
John R. Dale's intricate wood carving shows participants in an Amish wedding. An exhibit of more than 30 wood dioramas is on display at the Gemberling-Rex House in Schaefferstown.
7 Hurt in Head-On Crash Near Mall
The grey sedan and white passenger van collided head-on around 7:30 a.m. at Easton and Old Welsh Roads in Abington, Pa., Montgomery County emergency dispatchers told NBC10.com.
John T. Page Sr., 81, YMCA executive
John T. Page Sr., 81, of Willow Grove, formerly of Malvern, a retired YMCA executive, died Friday, June 27, of esophageal cancer at his daughter's home in Abington.
Rare Bird: Pitcairn Autogiro
"T his is a real prehistoric monster in flight. Once the helicopter was built, these autogiros became dinosaurs," stated the late Jack Tiffany of Spring Valley, Ohio, at the time, co-owner of the Pitcairn PA-18 N1267B , the only example of the type flying in the U.S., when it first flew after its lengthy restoration.
Greenleaf's bill goes from Montco to the governor's desk
WILLOW GROVE The State Senate on Monday night passed legislation sponsored by Sen. Stewart J. Greenleaf that significantly toughens Pennsylvania's human trafficking laws, including by criminalizing sex trafficking.
With charges pending, friends start fund for LeAnna Washington
A FRIEND and political supporter of state Sen. LeAnna Washington is asking people to contribute at least $100 each to help pay "mounting legal bills" in her criminal case.