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Jasmine Newland…A Happening Kid

Jasmine is going into 12th grade at Bangor Area High School. She is part of the Ecology Club, on the Chamber Choir, Student Vice President for the PTSA (Parent Teacher Association) for the middle school and high school, actress in the plays at the high school, and is on the Tennis team. In addition, she [...]

The Swain School announces summer programming for kids

The Swain School, 1100 S. 24th St., Allentown, has announced its new Summer at Swain program, offering a variety of half-day and whole-day programs during the month of July. Through March 27, early registration discounts are available. The program includes four weeks of camp sessions for all children entering preschool through grade 9 in Fall [...]

Supporting Foster Care 4 the Long Run

May is National Foster Care Month and The Salvation Army Children’s Services is inviting everyone to help us honor it on Saturday May 16th at Coca-Cola Park, home of the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, in Allentown. Runners and walkers of all ages and skill levels are invited to register for the 4th Annual Rock N’ Run [...]


“Love of Life” Blood Drive Includes Grand Prize Drawing To See Nickelback at PPL Center Miller-Keystone Blood Center in partnership with B104 is hosting the “Love of Life” blood drive event on Wednesday, February 11. The blood drive, held at Miller-Keystone Blood Center, 1465 Valley Center Parkway, Bethlehem, will take place from 8:00am- 4:00pm. All [...]


By Erin D’Amelio America. I’ve been back for a little over two weeks. I’ve unpacked, put away my clothes, reunited with family and friends. There has been little time to think about Malaysia, and I believe I created that intentionally. All that remains on my bed right now is the pile of mementos that I [...]

A Series of Lasts

By Erin D'Amelio It was inevitable. Time doesn’t stop when you’re engaged in something that you enjoy. In fact, it’s the opposite: it runs away from you and you spend most of your time either trying to catch it or in full amazement at its speed. It’s that nasty, not-so-secret yet still surprising phenomenon that [...]

Student Reflections

By Erin D'Amelio During my second to last week of classes, I tasked my Form 1 Unggul class to reflect on their experience with an ETA. Since it was their first time having an ETA in the classroom, they would be able to say firsthand what it was like to have one in the classroom. [...]

Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson coming to Sands Event Center

Roger Hodgson, Legendary Singer-Songwriter formerly of Supertramp with band Legendary Roger Hodgson, vocalist and original singer-songwriter from Supertramp, will perform at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center with his band on Sun., Nov. 9, at 7:00 p.m. Hodgson is recognized as one of the most gifted composers and lyricists of our time. He helped [...]

Local Chiropractic Center and “Aubrey’s Angels” Host Alex’s Lemonade Stand in Memory of a Special Little Angel

Salisbury Township event to help raise funds and awareness of Pediatric Cancer Alex’s Lemonade Stand will be held to raise money in memory of a special little angel, Aubrey Somishka. Aubrey passed away two years ago at the age of two from Neuroblastoma. The goal is to help raise funds to support research efforts to [...]