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Any time a two-term county executive crawls from the ooze of the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission to seek the job from which he was ousted eight years ago, as Glenn Reibman has, it's going to attract attention. Throw in Bethlehem Mayor John...
Bethlehem government's reputation for gentility can be a bit misleading. Yes, City Council over the years has been uncommonly accommodating to its residents in the face of all kinds of hot-button issues. Allentown City Council, which recently blocked...
Tags: Local Elections, John Callahan, Politics, Elections, Allentown
Some of the broad questions facing the Republican Party and its majority in the U.S. House are being played out in Lehigh County. When the tea party emerged with a series of rallies nationwide a few years ago, the main speaker at the rally on the...
For me, the low point of last Wednesday's Lehigh County commissioners meeting came as Commissioner Lisa Scheller was lecturing area nonprofits that they need to start tapping individual donors instead of just looking for government handouts. Scheller was...
Tags: Voting, Tom Corbett, Slatington, Politics, Catasauqua
I was introduced last Tuesday to Pat Beldon, sister of the late philanthropist Bob Wood, and I told her something she's heard a zillion times: Her brother's death left a big hole in the community. Even if it's not original, it's true. I've been around...
The political scuffle over whether to proceed with Lehigh County reassessment this year is full of interesting twists and turns. Fairness dictates that the county shouldn't still be using assessed values from 1990, but Lehigh is by no means alone....
Defeated Allentown mayoral candidate William Heydt stood outside a darkened Shanty restaurant on N. 19th Street Tuesday night, hugging his crying granddaughter, Meredith. There were no supporters around, no TV cameras, no reporters. It was all over -- the...
Valley 610Glenn Reibman listed off the accomplishments of his previous terms in county office Thursday before announcing his plans for the next. The former Northampton County executive announced his plan to expand the tax base by encouraging businesses to locate in...
Valley 610Bethlehem City Councilwoman Jean Belinski is making this year her last on council. Elected to council in 1998, the 78-year-old Democrat had served as a watchdog on three administrations and helped make decisions to shape the city redeveloped from an...
Valley 610Take a look at the newest signs that Bethlehem’s not-so-secret mayoral matchup this year will include councilmen Robert Donchez and J. William Reynolds: The councilmen, who are not up for re-election this year, emailed those updated headshots to the...
Valley 610Let the campaign season begin! Bethlehem City Councilman J. William Reynolds is expected to be the first to announce his bid for mayor Tuesday when he makes his formal announcement in front of his Elizabeth Street home. He sent out a news release over the...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGWhen the Allentown Fair opens Aug. 28, it will be like the song in the movie “All That Jazz.” Everything old is new again. Allentown Fair's made-over mascott, Moodonna One of the fair’s biggest attractions will be The Civil War......
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