By BERNIE O’HARE in Local News
Could the recent violence between police officers and minority community members occur in Bethlehem?
That was the focus of a recent town hall, attended by over 60 people. “It is basically ripping our country apart,” said Police Chief Mark...
By ED COURRIER in Local News
The brig U.S. Brig Lawrence was a floating heap of splinters, shredded canvas and blood. Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry’s flagship, named for Perry’s friend Captain James Lawrence, who had been killed early in the War of 1812, could no longer keep...
By The Press in Local News
The National Museum of Industrial History opened Aug. 2 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the long-awaited, top-notch facility in South Bethlehem on the original property of Bethlehem Steel’s home plant. Bethlehem Steel operated for more than150...
Bonds created between police, kids at Troop M Camp Cadet
By JENNIFER BODISCH in Local News
Hellertown man help aids roommate through struggles
By CHRIS DRYFOOS in Local News
Coloring For Kids event benefits the Lehigh Valley Zoo
By SHARON SCHRANTZ in Local News