Authorities: Inexperienced hikers should not attempt Glen Onoko Falls
Rescue crews snapped into action Monday afternoon at a popular hiking spot in Carbon County.
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Sinkhole opens up at shopping center entrance in Whitehall Twp.
Drivers on a busy road in Lehigh County are being diverted away from the entrance to a shopping center because of a sinkhole.
Man fatally shot in car ID'd; coroner seeks kin
A man found fatally shot in his car Sunday afternoon has been identified, and officials are looking for his family.
Bethlehem residents reenact Palm Sunday march
On Sunday morning, some residents in Lehigh County reenacted a Biblical scene from thousands of years ago.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Berks County Man Charged In Craigslist Murder
Police charged a Berks County man with homicide and other offenses in the April 8th 2014 fatal shooting of an Allentown man.
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Valley's first sweetFrog closes, but another one in works
After less than a year of business, the Lehigh Valley's first sweetFrog closed its doors about two weeks ago in South Whitehall Township.
Lower Nazareth Township taps expert to study pulling out of Colonial Regional police force
Lower Nazareth Township has hired a consultant to examine a study of pulling out of the Colonial Regional police force.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Allentown man ejected from school board meeting during spoken word poetry protest - VIDEO
Dejour Scott, 24, is thrown out of an Allentown School Board meeting as he recites a spoken word poem regarding the district's dropout rates.
Man fired from Lehigh County job attacks co-worker's car, police say
An Allentown man fired from a Lehigh County warehouse had to be escorted out of the building and then attacked a co-worker's car with a knife, police said.
Allentown businessman shot in neck in killing, prosecution will...
Police said Ervin exchanged calls and text messages with Tyrell Young about meeting to look over the 2003 BMW series 745 for sale.
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Rep. to introduce first-ever divorce equality bill
A Lehigh County state lawmaker plans to introduce the state's first piece of legislation to grant same-sex couples the right to divorce in Pennsylvania.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Lehigh County hears Cedarbrook assessment report
The Lehigh County oversight committee for the Cedarbrook nursing homes was presented with a financial study of the increasingly taxing facilities at a meeting this Wednesday.
Police: Suspect found dangling from tree along cliff in Lehigh County
Upper Macungie police say a man who fled from officers had to be rescued after being found dangling from a tree along a cliff.
Lower Macungie Planning Commission endorses Hamilton Crossings
Planners said the time has come to approve a development plan for the long-debated Hamilton Crossings shopping center in Lehigh County.
'Person of interest' in apparent homicide in Allentown nabbed in Reading
The man, whose name is not being released, is described by Lehigh County District Attorney Jim Martin as a "person of interest" in the shooting of a man found dead inside a trailer behind his business in the 600 block of Nelson Street in Allentown.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Water drainage problem frustrates North Whitehall resident
Shady Lane resident, Dan Linchuk, is frustrated with a nagging water drainage problem and his perceived lack of action by the North Whitehall Township Supervisors.
Berks Co - I-78 Paving in Maxatawny & Greenwich Twps
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced work will begin April 7 to rehabilitate Interstate 78 between exit 35 and the Lehigh County line in Greenwich and Maxatawny townships, Berks County.
Cases Transferred Between Firms Not Assets Under UFTA
In a case of first impression, a Lehigh County trial judge has ruled that billable hour and contingency fee matters transferred from one firm to another are not "assets" under the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Week one fishing report
Winter just won't loosen its grip on us. Saturday's cold wind made conditions, especially casting conditions, a real effort in futility.
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Scene: Polynesian enchantment at DeSales University
Will Neuert, associate professor in the division of performing arts at DeSales, created the decorations for the event and was assisted by DeSales students as assistant designers - juniors Karyn Bohli and Allison Newhard and seniors Allison Foster, Adam Curry and Justin Haugh.