By KEN RANIERE in Local News
Getting around William Penn’s vast land grant in 1681 must have been a daunting experience. When Pennsylvania’s boundaries were drawn, the commonwealth encompassed nearly 30 million acres of wilderness. In eastern Pennsylvania, Native Americans...
By CAROLE GORNEY in Local News
Ten “champions of literacy” were recognized at the second annual Celebration of Literacy banquet and awards ceremony, co-sponsored by the Colonial Association of Reading Educators (CARE) and Judith’s Reading Room in Bethlehem. A total of 175...
By BERNIE O’HARE in Local News
Bombastic. Humorous. Bold. Empathetic. Domineering. Inclusive. These are just a few of the adjectives describing Lehigh Valley civil rights pioneer Esther Lee, whose distinctive church lady hats and booming yet eloquent voice make her instantly...
Global refugee crisis topic of LEPOCO event - Desperate families seeking refuge
By ED COURRIER in Local News
Cetronia and St. Luke’s dedicate new community education center
By JENNIFER BODISCH in Local News
K9 ‘officer’ to get body armor
By The Press in Police Log