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A student group known as the 'United Youth' took to the stage at the Holiday Inn in Allentown Friday to present its idea for a 2 acre park near the city's riverside. Comment?
With 25 thousand state owned bridges across the state and with an average age of 50 years old, it's no wonder some people get nervous when it comes to bridge safety. Comment?
Some are calling it a big change from Cedar Beach Park and vendors say they don't have to worry about bad weather. Comment?
The forum is an opportunity for residents to offer candidate characteristics, as well as issues they feel the new police chief will have to address. Comment?
The city will host its first community input on the search process Thursday at 6 p.m. in City Council Chambers. Comment?
Police said they arrested Adriane Encarnacion of Allentown, and charged him with five counts of robbery, three counts of receiving stolen property and five counts of theft. Comment?
A delivery man was robbed while delivering a pizza around 11:50 p.m. in the 300 block of East Cumberland. Comment?
Allentown police said a vehicle traveling east on Emmaus Avenue shortly before 7 a.m. lost control of a curve near Lancaster Avenue/Mack Boulevard and hit a utility pole. Comment?
Allentown School District is failing its minority children, and has been failing them for far too long, according to three leaders of the city's black and Latino communities. Comment?
According to police, it began in Meriden, Connecticut on April 11. The men invaded a home and bound and gagged four people, including the manager and another employee of a Lenox Jewelry store in Fairfield, Connecticut. Comment?
A Lehigh Valley clinic that caters to veterans invited the public to check things out. Comment?
He was on his way home from college. Royer, 21, was last een at a gas station near Allentown early Friday morning as he was driving home from school at the University of Rhode Island. Comment?
One of two people charged in connection with a double homicide in Allentown says he's guilty. Comment?
You've seen the movie, but are you daring enough to wear the clothes? Retailers say retro "flapper" fashions are back, all thanks to "The Great Gatsby." "The Roaring 20s were the Roaring 20s," said Rose Ellen Moore, owner of Allentown's RCMoore for the Unique Individual. Comment?
Candidates hoping to serve as Lehigh County executive for the rest of this year will be interviewed in public on June 10 by county commissioners. Comment?
Officials say a body was found in the top floor of an apartment building that was burning in south Allentown, but appears to be unrelated to the fire. Comment?
Officials said the fire was contained to the attic and roof of the building, which was badly damaged in the fire. Comment?
The owners of the soon-to-be Lehigh Valley Phantoms are showing their appreciation for construction workers in an appetizing manner. Comment?
A contentious area businessman bluntly warned Easton officials that an outdoor sign company is bullying them into an agreement with tactics he himself regularly uses to get his way. 3 comments
Easton City Council member Michael Fleck announced Wednesday night that he will resign on July 9, and that he and his young family are moving to Allentown. 2 comments