Bethlehem Press

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Goat yoga craze lands at Cedar Crest College

Thursday, May 31, 2018 by STEPHEN ALTHOUSE in Local News

You’ve heard of goat’s cheese. How about goat’s milk?

There’s goat hoof trimmers and Billy Goat Industries, Inc.

The Stones broke your heart on Goat Head’s Soup.

Heard about “goat yoga?”

Seriously. Goat yoga.

If you haven’t, don’t worry.

Unscientifically, most goats are also oblivious into this post-modern foray into health and self-enlightenment.

A few cultured and lucky goats - the cool kids - know the score and received an up-close and personal view into a mind-body yoga workout May 1 at Cedar Crest College, Allentown.

Christmas City Spirits light up meeting

Thursday, May 31, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

Christmas City Spirits, represented by Seth Cornish and Brett Biggs, was granted a certificate of appropriateness for proposed lighting for the courtyard adjacent to the venerable Sun Inn at 564 Main St. by the Historical and Architectural Review Board. Cornish’s proposal was turned down the previous month, but found success when he returned to the Rotunda May 2 with highly detailed plans for the project. Three black lantern style fixtures are to be installed on posts, with smaller LED string lighting suspended from airplane cables zigzagging above the North Green.

Christmas City Spirits light up meeting

Thursday, May 31, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

Christmas City Spirits, represented by Seth Cornish and Brett Biggs, was granted a certificate of appropriateness for proposed lighting for the courtyard adjacent to the venerable Sun Inn at 564 Main St. by the Historical and Architectural Review Board. Cornish’s proposal was turned down the previous month, but found success when he returned to the Rotunda May 2 with highly detailed plans for the project. Three black lantern style fixtures are to be installed on posts, with smaller LED string lighting suspended from airplane cables zigzagging above the North Green.

Stephen’s Place 25th anniversary

Thursday, May 31, 2018 by KATYA HRICHAK in Local News

Twenty-five years ago, Sister Virginia Longcope opened the doors to a halfway house that would eventually serve more than 272 men returning to the community after incarceration. Stephen’s Place, located in Bethlehem, was Longcope’s answer to what she called the “revolving door.”

As described by Stephen’s Place Program Director Daniel Massaro, “Stephen’s Place is a halfway house for men returning to the community after incarceration. We provide faith and [a] spiritual environment for them to address the issues that come along with early recovery from substance abuse.”

Christmas City Spirits light up meeting

Thursday, May 31, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

Christmas City Spirits, represented by Seth Cornish and Brett Biggs, was granted a certificate of appropriateness for proposed lighting for the courtyard adjacent to the venerable Sun Inn at 564 Main St. by the Historical and Architectural Review Board. Cornish’s proposal was turned down the previous month, but found success when he returned to the Rotunda May 2 with highly detailed plans for the project. Three black lantern style fixtures are to be installed on posts, with smaller LED string lighting suspended from airplane cables zigzagging above the North Green.

Christmas City Spirits light up meeting

Thursday, May 31, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

Christmas City Spirits, represented by Seth Cornish and Brett Biggs, was granted a certificate of appropriateness for proposed lighting for the courtyard adjacent to the venerable Sun Inn at 564 Main St. by the Historical and Architectural Review Board. Cornish’s proposal was turned down the previous month, but found success when he returned to the Rotunda May 2 with highly detailed plans for the project. Three black lantern style fixtures are to be installed on posts, with smaller LED string lighting suspended from airplane cables zigzagging above the North Green.

MAY 2018 LEHIGH COUNTY PRIMARY RESULTS

Tuesday, May 29, 2018 by The Press in Local News

FEDERAL

U.S. Senator – Six-year term

Democrat Bob Casey Jr. – 19,240 votes

Republican Lou Barletta – 12,087 votes

Republican Jim Christiana – 3,696 votes

U.S. Representative

7th District – Two-year term

Democrat Susan Wild – 8,755 votes

Democrat Greg Edwards – 5,721 votes

Democrat John Morganelli – 4,896 votes

Democrat Rick Daugherty – 1,209 votes

Democrat Roger Ruggles – 471 votes

Democrat David Clark – 422 votes

Republican Marty Nothstein – 8,955 votes

Republican Dean Browning – 7,734 votes

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