To the Editor:
One of the first things you learn in college is how to do many things at the same time. It wasn't called multi-tasking when I was a Penn State student, but like most Penn Staters, I mastered it early.
Therefore, as a person who can handle many things at once, I would like to say to all of those who accuse Penn State supporters of not caring about Jerry Sandusky's victims, that I can, at the same moment in time, feel terrible for the monster's victims and want to...
Twenty-three Lehigh Valley and 15 Texas students left June 27 from the Tilghman Square Shopping Center, South Whitehall for a trip to China. The group left June 27 and returned July 13.
Barbara Campbell, former Parkland elementary teacher, and her husband, Tom, an engineer for Mack Trucks, led the group.
While in China, they visited Shanghai where they had a breathtaking view of the city on the glass sky walk of the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, the tallest in Asia and the third...
Jonathan Nunez, 20, of Allentown, was arrested for the homicide of a Whitehall Township woman found murdered July 5 in the 2700 block of Lanze Lane, Salisbury Township.
Kimberly Cardona, 20, was found dead with numerous injuries to her head, face, neck, hands, legs and torso. Lehigh County Coroner Scot Grim said Cardona died from blunt force trauma to head and sharp force trauma to the neck.
Dr. Samuel Land, of Forensic Pathology Associates, said the injuries on Cardona's hands...
The Lehigh Valley Health Network marathon for Via will be held Sept. 8 and 9 beginning in Salisbury and running through Bethlehem to Easton.
Volunteers are needed along the course to support more than 3,600 runners and walkers.
All volunteers will receive a free T-shirt. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult but are welcome to volunteer. Shifts vary from two to six hours with start times between 5:30 and 8 a.m. Volunteers are also needed prior to race day.
To the Editor:
I am a Buckeye who arrived in the Lehigh Valley about 35 years ago and feel that JoePa is getting worse treatment than Adolph Hitler.
Most articles dealing with the Penn State situation frequently starts out with Joe Paterno and blank, blank and it appears that he was the bad guy. Seldom are the others mentioned at the outset.
School protocol required Paterno to advise his superior, the athletic director, of any problem areas, which he did. Many felt he...
A Macungie realtor and a local family were featured on a recent episode of the Home and Garden Television show "House Hunters."
Realtor Lisa Graul-Oswald of Prudential Patt, White Real Estate and her buyers, Jon and Stacy Puliatte starred in the episode that put Macungie on the map.
Their episode was entitled "No Time for Projects in Pennsylvania."
The process began long before the air date, Oswald's broker suggested she submit an application for the television show....
If you live in the suburbs or if you have the opportunity to drive along country roads, I hope you take the time to enjoy the varieties of colors and species of wildflowers growing along the highways and byways.
Many of them are listed as invasive, but they tend to brighten up my travels from home to local destinations.
The majority of the white flowers growing at the shoulder of area roads at this time of the year are Queen Anne's lace. This member of the parsley family is...
The Emmaus Special Entertainment Commission, Hosfeld Insurance and InsuranceChix.com will present a free Songs of Summer event in the Emmaus Community Park Arts Pavilion from 7 to 9 p.m.
The Emmaus Historical Society will host an antique appraisal program 4 to 8 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran Church, 5th and Chestnut streets. There will be five certified appraisers and participants can pre-register by calling 610-966-6591 by Aug. 3.
John Reynard, of Emmaus, has been chosen by the Lehigh County Democratic Committee as the candidate to face Ryan Mackenzie, R-134th, in the November election.
Berks County is expected to approve Reynard in a poll vote and the state party's executive committee is expected to make a decision this week to secure Reynard's place on the ballot in November.
Reynard sat down with The Press Aug. 6 to discuss his background, qualifications and goals for the 134th district.