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There's something for all Vacation. Summer picnics. Warmer weather. All good things to look forward to in the summer – but do you have plans for your children? Let them dream big and take on huge opportunities over the summer. Here are just a...
It was a bad dose of tempus vernum febriculosa, aggravated by a thermometer that said 76 and windows that revealed unusual stretches of blue up in the sky. The only cure was out in The Morning Call's parking garage, so I grabbed a notebook (for the sake...
The smell of sizzling bacon and the taste of eggs over easy with buttered toast are as much a part of the opening day of fishing as casting that first line. Trout season kicks off in the 18-county Southeast Region of Pennsylvania at 8 a.m. Saturday, and...
Those who have felt that the Lehigh Valley has been underserved by the number of Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officers stationed here can take a huge sigh of relief. Shawna Burkett, a 24-year-old fresh out of the 29th — and...
Lehigh Valley ParentingFor parents one of the most difficult parts of the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy is having kids home from school for four days now. But fortunately as electric goes on throughout the valley, there are some options that may be especially appealing to...
Lehigh Valley ParentingKids can trick or treat among the animals at the Lehigh Valley Zoo Saturday and Sunday with Boo at the Zoo. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. kids can come in costume and collect treats at the Schnecksville zoo. There are also lots of animal events. On Saturday,...
Two North American river otters deserved their "cake" Saturday for helping to attract a large autumn crowd to Ottertoberfest, the Lehigh Valley Zoo's end-of-season celebration honoring conservationists, introducing a special zoo baby and dedicating a...
Tags: Allentown, Animals, Awards and Prizes, Cetronia, Conservation
Even though she did not make the U.S. Olympic team, Easton's Chanelle Price continues to make news in running. Price came within a whisker of breaking the 2-minute barrier in the 800-meters at the 2012 Flanders Cup Meet in Ninove, Belgium, last Saturday....
Tags: Running, Coca-Cola Co., Allentown, Belgium, Track and Field
Lehigh Valley ParentingIt's Dad's special day Sunday and some area attractions will help you celebrate by offering free or discounted offers for fathers. Fathers get a coupon for a free hot dog and drink when they accompany their children to Lehigh Valley Zoo Sunday. Special...
Content ManagerA Mertztown resident had a bit of an adventure this morning. Robert Hipp spotted a 3 foot-long alligator swimming in his outdoor fish pond. Hipp and his children managed to catch the gator, referred to as "Little Rocky" in the police release, and called...
With all eyes still on the 2012 London Olympics, Theresa Buckley of Salisbury Township is having a hard time containing her excitement. The 15-year-old just returned from a summer training camp at the Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y.,and...
No matter what the weather is this coming Sunday, it's National Get Outdoors Day, and Blue Marsh Lake is hosting its first America's Get Outdoors Day from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. with at least 45 confirmed exhibitors at the Dry Brook Day Use Area next to the...
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