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An Allentown man and his father charged with being pimps have been acquitted of sex trafficking but convicted on other charges in a New York City case. Manhattan authorities had charged Vincent George Jr., 33, and Vincent George Sr., 56, with sex...
The Seattle TimesOutrun this victim? Lots of luck with that. Sarah Tatterson of West Seattle, a veteran of a dozen half-marathons, gave dogged chase to a would-be bike thief who took off on foot after ditching his ill-gotten prize. "It was an instinct, and I reacted...
WINONA LAKE, Ind. — Hannah Marie Barger of Hagerstown graduated May 11 with a Bachelor of Science in elementary education/mild intervention from Grace College and Seminary. Barger is a 2009 graduate of Grace Academy in Hagerstown. She is the...
The Hog BlogCarlos Zambrano will remain with the IronPigs for his next start, Phillies minor league director Joe Jordan said. Zambrano's next two scheduled starts would be on the upcoming road trip, Tuesday at Toledo and then next Sunday at Columbus. "This is where...
East Stroudsburg University will offer a new master's of social work degree starting this fall. In collaboration with Marywood University in Scranton, the part-time, three-year program will be offered from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays, said Lloyd Lyter,...
Lauren Weisberger has come a long way since waiting tables at Chili's in Whitehall Township. The Parkland High School grad and former Allentown resident exploded on the national writing scene in 2003 with her first novel, "The Devil Wears Prada." The...
She spent her days serving up Happy Meals, but when it came time to get paid, Natalie Gunshannon says a local McDonald's franchisee gave her an unhappy deal. The Shavertown McDonald's forces workers to be paid only one way: with a payroll debit card...
Lehigh Valley ParentingYesterday I posted the free family movies. Today the list is focusing on the free arts events and museums that families can enjoy during the summer months. First Friday: On the first Friday of each month, artists at the Banana Factory open their studios,...
When Richard Moley visited his hometown of Lake Bluff a few years ago, he was excited to recognize the ice truck in the Fourth of July parade as the same truck he drove decades ago during his summer job delivering ice. Now, after years of renovations to...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Schools, Vehicles, Renovation, Festive Events
UCLA football coaches want to be a national player in recruiting. But an international player? The Bruins received an oral commitment from Jermaine Eluemunor, a 6-foot-6 tackle from Scranton (Pa.) Lackawanna Community College. He will enroll at UCLA...
Tags: Same-Sex Marriage, UCLA Bruins
DAY TRIPPIN' • "South Pacific," Apple Dinner Theatre, July 16. $90. "Noah," Sight & Sound Theater, lunch at Shady Maple, $99. Aug. 15. "Menopause the Musical," Dutch Apple Dinner Theater, Sept. 17, $90. Christmas Show, American Music Theatre, lunch...
Jazz great Mulgrew Miller of Palmer Township, an influential pianist who was a member of Grammy-winning bandleader Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers and the Duke Ellington Orchestra and featured on more than 500 recordings, died this week at age 57. He...
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