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One of the best ways to celebrate Christmas and the holiday season is with song.
In light of World AIDS day on December 1st, Lehigh held an HIV/AIDS awareness theater performance and panel discussion.
The Issue: Two cities will be selected for revitalization and improvement zones, which could jump-start development.
The hearing will be held Monday at East Hills Middle School, 2005 Chester Road in Bethlehem, immediately following the 7 p.m. school board meeting.
Brandon Silk and his mother, Rosa, are shown in this Express-Times File Photo preparing for his return to Freedom High School over the summer.
Fiftieth anniversaries can be both milestones and turning points, acknowledging the past as much as anticipating the future.
Former light heavyweight champion Glen Johnson's biggest victory was his ninth-round knockout of Roy Jones Jr. in their 2004 world title fight.
A 23-year-old Slatington man was killed Friday night when the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee he was driving went off Route 329 in North Whitehall Township, crashed into a tree, overturned and came to rest on its roof, police said.
Poinsettias are an essential part of the Christmas decorations. Now available in multiple shades, glittered, curly or flat leafed, huge, overflowing baskets or a single tiny bloom.
Hellertown McDonald's Robber Sentenced to 5 to 10 Years in Prison One of two men charged in the November 2010 armed robbery of the Hellertown McDonald's admitted to participating in the crime in Northampton County Court Monday.
The aroma of mulled wine, gingersnaps, and roasting chestnuts draws shoppers to Christkindlesmarkt in Nuremburg, Germany.
Esther M. Lee speaks out to the media during the rally with Lehigh University junior Brenda Martinez by her side.
A much-circulated story in The Harvard Crimson this week got people talking about how much college grades matter.
The City of Bethlehem and RETTEW Associates Inc. are pleased to announce a $1.25 million grant from the PennWorks program for the city's upgrades to its wastewater treatment plant.
A Bethlehem man faces charges for allegedly selling heroin to a police informant on Thursday night in a Stefko Boulevard parking lot.