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Lehigh Valley students vying for admission to a military service academy got a boost from Congresswoman Susan Wild on Tuesday night Read more
The diocese has been under financial strain from legal fees and payouts to people its clergy and other affiliates abused over many decades. Read more
The top Lehigh Valley political contests for the spring primary election are taking shape. The deadline for state and Congressional leaders to get on the Read more
The Allentown Art Museum sees a new opportunity to educate students with a recently discovered Rembrandt painting. Read more
The Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy protection in the first step toward dealing with a barrage of sexual abuse lawsuits yesterday.But that’s not Read more
During the next edition, The Future of Healthcare, we will discuss the challenges patients face when seeking accessible, diverse care, as well as how the Read more
The average American household wastes about one-third of the food purchased, according to a new study from Penn State. Read more
Thirty-four states require training for directors in local election jurisdictions.But, Pennsylvania does not. The Department of State has voluntary training for county election directors, who Read more
Emmaus collector Ilene Hochberg Wood owns about three thousand purses. And now she’s sharing her crossbodies, clutches, satchels and shoppers with the public. Read more
Steel beams from the Lehigh Valley’s former tallest building are being repurposed -- for a memorial park at the National Museum of Industrial History. Read more
Parkland High School’s robotics team narrowly missed competing at the World's competition last year. This month seniors are busy with coding, building, practicing, and gearing Read more
Jim Thorpe Train Returns
Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway announced yesterday that it has reached an agreement with the Borough. Read more
WLVR's Brad Klein sat down with Jake Shimabukuro to talk about his first viral Youtube video, his love for music and the ukulele as well Read more
Technology has made it easy to meet people online, but when it comes to turning that connection into a real life one, it can get Read more
The new application website comes courtesy of Act 77, which expands voting laws. Lawmakers passed it in an effort to boost participation. Read more
A Lafayette college student has test negative for the novel coronavirus, which is now being called COVID-19 by the World Health Organization. Read more
Two hundred fifty-seven veterans died by suicide in Pennsylvania in 2017. At the Shamrock Reins farm in Bucks County, organizers are working on prevention. They're Read more
A new effort to help homeless veterans in the Lehigh Valley is getting a boost from the state. Read more
They’re adding new plaintiffs from the Philadelphia, Altoona-Johnstown, Greensburg and Harrisburg dioceses. Read more
South Bethlehem native and local NAACP President Esther Lee has worn many hats in her 82 years -- from talk show host to civil rights Read more

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