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Diocese threatens legal action against theater for use of its own building over event disapprovalThe Shenandoah (PA) SentinelNewsBreak Contributor
NJ Man Arrested for Manufacturing and Selling "Ghost Guns"Morristown MinuteNewsBreak Contributor
Urgent Appeal: Owner Sought for Lost Pitbull in Middle Smithfield TownshipStroudsburg HeraldNewsBreak Contributor
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Chilling Night in Whitehall: Man Stabbed Multiple Times in Home InvasionRachel PerkinsNewsBreak Contributor
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Puppies Today in Bethlehem, PA
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near bethlehem.
Neighbors report shaking from partial collapse of Bethlehem's Walnut Street Garage
BETHLEHEM, Pa. — 69 News received multiple reports Friday morning of loud noises and shaking from residents living in the area of Walnut Street Garage. Video from the scene shows that part of the garage collapsed, with a support beam hitting an adjacent building and coming to rest against it. Crews have since removed the beam, according to a 69 News reporter at the scene.
Unveiling Bethlehem's Latin American Cuisine: 4 Restaurants to Explore
In this piece, we're exploring four exceptional Latin American restaurants in Bethlehem. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these culinary hotspots? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Lawsuit against Bethlehem officers follows fracas at Wind Creek casino
PHILADELPHIA - The father of an intoxicated man questing to find their hotel room says Bethlehem officers assaulted him when they confronted the duo. A lawsuit was filed against Bethlehem Police Department and Wind Creek Bethlehem, among others, Feb. 13 in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. The plaintiff, David Brill, alleges assault, battery, negligence, and constitutional violations under Pennsylvania state law and the United States Constitution.
Video Shows Drunk Phillipsburg Driver Plowing Sedan Into 5 Cars At Busy NY Intersection: Police
Phillipsburg resident Angel Illesscas' blood alcohol content was nearly three times over the legal limit of .08% in the wreck at the intersection of Caryl Avenue and South Broadway on Saturday, Feb. 17, Yonkers police said. Surveillance footage captured Illesscas plowing his gray Honda sedan into several vehicles, damaging five...
Drunk NJ priest led high-speed chase after Walmart heist, cops say
POHATCONG — A 39-year-old Roman Catholic priest was arrested for shoplifting from a Walmart Supercenter in the Warren County Township, and then driving away drunk during a police pursuit, officials said. Alpha police said Father Dawid Wejnerowski is accused of stealing less than $50 worth of ice cream containers...
10 most expensive homes sold in Northampton County, Feb. 12-18
A house in Bethlehem that sold for $740,000 tops the list of the most expensive residential real estate sales in Northampton County in the past week. In total, 25 residential real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past week, with an average price of $314,392. The average price per square foot ended up at $175.
Bethlehem Twp. school going virtual after flu outbreak, as flu, norovirus cases circulate in the area
BETHLEHEM TWP., Pa. - A staff member confirms Bethlehem Township's Notre Dame High School is virtual because of a flu outbreak. A quarter of the students were out sick Thursday. We also spoke to someone impacted by the norovirus, a virus where there is no vaccine and washing your hands...
Pennsylvania brothers resentenced to 60 years to life in 1995 slayings of parents, younger brother
David Freeman's attorney, Matthew Rapa, argued that his client was acting under his brother's orders.
Retro Burger in Bethlehem Celebrates a Throwback Feel
When owners Cara Paredes and Juan Carlos Paredes (the team behind local favorites like Tapas on Main, Cachette Bistro, Urbano Mexican Kitchen, The Flying Egg and Peculiar Wine Bar) took over The Mint, they knew it needed a rebrand with a cohesive theme that put burgers at the forefront of their menu. “Burgers were the top seller,” they say. “With the addition of shakes and house-made fries, we had a solid concept. Finding the new chef, Jason Spesak, with fresh ideas helped us form the current menu.” The restaurant boasts a throwback feel, celebrating decades of the past. Designed with a ’50s vibe, they also show love to the flower power of the ’70s and play music that continues into the ’80s. Bright shiny red seating and checkerboard patterns are prominent and they hope to finish building a children’s play area with toys, arcade games and seating. Their Retro Burger, a classic beef burger with house-made retro sauce, is the most popular order. The Ramen Burger, featuring a ramen bun, beef burger, fried egg and kimchi is another must-try. Guests are also loving the milkshakes, especially the Kitchen Sink, which is as deliciously loaded as it sounds.
Scammer wanted for 'washing' money after fake $100 bills given to 2 Quakertown shops
Because it is still a real bill, counterfeit detection pens are useless.
2 women agreeing to fight led to Allentown shooting, DA says
A pair of women agreeing to a street fight led to a shooting Tuesday evening that injured four people, according to the Lehigh County District Attorney. District Attorney Gavin P. Holihan told lehighvalleylive.com Thursday morning the incident was the result of the women agreeing to fight sometime prior to the 6:45 p.m. Tuesday incident. He said one of the women has a connection to the home in the 1800 block of West Turner Street, where the shooting happened.
Allentown funeral home has new ownership
ALLENTOWN, Pa. - An Allentown funeral home has been sold. Alexander Maher purchased K.V. Knopp Funeral Home from longtime owner Kenneth Knopp, according to a news release from Vaughan Communications. Maher managed the funeral home under Knopp for six years. Knopp, who owned the business for 42 years, will stay...
15 families have sued Lehigh Valley doctor, 7 more filed notice of intent to sue
Lawsuits continue to pile up against a Lehigh Valley doctor from parents who say the doctor falsely accused them of abusing their children. Twenty-two families have either sued Dr. Debra Esernio-Jenssen or filed notice of intent to sue her in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court. If you purchase a product or...
Cattell Street DUI results in arrest, damage to student vehicle
A drunk driver hit several parked cars on Cattell Street last Sunday evening, resulting in an arrest for a DUI by the Easton Police Department. According to Patrol Lieutenant Joseph Alonso, the driver, December Rinoso, 26, did not sustain any injuries despite flipping over her car as a result of hitting other vehicles at her high driving speed. None of the impacted cars were occupied.
Shelter Me: Mercedes the cat from Bingo's Foundation is looking for a home
This week, 6abc's Shelter Me is spotlighting Bingo's Foundation Cat Shelter and Rescue located in lower Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Here’s why a Riegelsville woman jumped into the Delaware River last month, sparking search
A 31-year-old Riegelsville woman is facing misdemeanor charges after she triggered a two-hour search-and-rescue effort last month when she jumped into the Delaware River. Pennsylvania State Police troopers in Dublin allege that Deanna Attinello jumped from a canal path ledge into the river on Jan. 15 in an attempt to escape arrest on an outstanding warrant, according to a probable cause affidavit.
The Rock shouts out Freedom High School at Daytona 500
Bethlehem native Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson shouted out Freedom High School and his former football coach while in Florida earlier this week. The Rock was the grand marshal for the Daytona 500. Dwayne himself called it a crazy moment. He says "amidst the adrenaline and beautiful chaos of the Daytona...
‘See you under the stars’: Becky’s Drive-In set to welcome back movie buffs
LEHIGH TWP., Pa. - A beloved Lehigh Valley drive-in theater has announced its opening date for the 2024 season. Becky’s Drive-In, at 4548 Lehigh Drive in Lehigh Township, will welcome back movie buffs on March 22, with the highly anticipated supernatural comedy film “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire,” the latest installment in the iconic Ghostbusters franchise.
Turnpike’s $200M Northeast Extension project nears milestone just south of Lehigh Valley
The Pennsylvania Turnpike’s estimated $200 million project to widen the Northeast Extension as far north as the Quakertown interchange is nearing a milestone. The firm the turnpike contracted to manage the work told lehighvalleylive.com last week that the tolled highway is projected to open to six lanes of traffic from near the Quakertown interchange in Bucks County to roughly the Montgomery County border near Tylersport by summer 2025.