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A summer favorite: Blueberry Festival at the Burnside Plantation By Brad Klein July 16, 2021 The 34th annual Blueberry Festival, a seasonal favorite, returns July 17-21 to Bethlehem’s historic Burnside Plantation. Burnside preserves 6 ½ acres of an 18th century farm, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  A celebration of all […]

More than a dozen city leaders, including the mayors of Lancaster, Lebanon, York, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, are calling on Congress to pass the Parks, Jobs and Equity Act.

Heading into a huge summer holiday, people are looking to get out and cool down. But some city and state swimming destinations are limiting who they let in.

Members of the Lehigh Valley’s Black and brown communities came together on June 23 in Bethlehem to express solidarity with one another in the wake of a racially charged incident that occurred a few weeks ago.

You can watch professional fireworks displays this holiday weekend in the Lehigh Valley.


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