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Two evaluated for smoke inhalation after Aristes kitchen fireThe Shenandoah (PA) SentinelNewsBreak Contributor
Shenandoah historical society to discuss 1930s murder of ‘the Witch of Ringtown’The Shenandoah (PA) SentinelNewsBreak Contributor
Man escapes injury in latest Sheppton Mountain crashThe Shenandoah (PA) SentinelNewsBreak Contributor
Mrs. T’s Community Picnics no longer annual; date set for Pierogy Day flag raisingThe Shenandoah (PA) SentinelNewsBreak Contributor
New owners bring changes to Shankweiler’s Drive-In Theatre
The oldest drive-in in the world is 30 minutes from the Kutztown campus By Gina Glantz Shankweiler’s,the oldest drive-in theatre in the world,was recently purchased by new owners. The theatre is located at 4540 Shankweiler Road in Orefield, PA, and is only a 30-minute drive from the Kutztown campus. The drive-in plays two movies each…
Behind the scenes of the Bloomsburg Fair
BLOOMSBURG, Pa. — Glenn Miller has been traveling from Allentown to Bloomsburg every day with as many instruments as he can fit in his car. "My grandparents used to walk the grounds, so it's kind of nice seeing and remembering your childhood, and it's kind of cool to play here," said Glenn Miller with Big One Man Band.
PSP Fogelsville searching for woman accused of using another person's credit card
PSP Troop M - Fogelsville Station reports the pictured woman, identified as Lady Diana Rodriguez, 41. Police say Rodriguez used another person's credit card information to make purchase from Home Depot. Anyone with information is asked to call PSP Fogelsville at (610) 395-1438 or anonymously contact the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers...
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Dogs Up for Adoption in walnutport, PA
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around walnutport..
Grapes shipped from West Coast hit right notes for Schuylkill winery
ANDREAS, Pa. – Digging two ditches in the middle of a gravel driveway to prevent an 18-wheeler from getting stuck is part of the harvest season at Cellar Beast winehouse. Instead of picking grapes, the Schuylkill County winery waits for deliveries from tractor-trailers. "Two tons of pinot juice, so...
Lehighton mother charged after toddler found wandering near Carbon County roadway
TOWMENSING TWP., Pa. (WOLF) — A Lehighton woman was charged with child endangerment after her toddler was found near a roadway in Carbon County. According to the Pennsylvania State Police, two witnesses spotted a 3 to 4-year-old toddler in a diaper approaching Rt. 209 in Towamensing Township. The child...
Old Country Buffet up next to get wrecking ball in Whitehall Mall redevelopment plan (Update)
The building that once occupied Old Country Buffet is finally no more at Whitehall Mall. Demolition work has begun on the long vacant site at the popular shopping destination, Grape Street and MacArthur Road in Whitehall Township. The first major building torn down was the former Sears building this past...
What's in the water in Ashland | Action 16 Investigates
Action 16 Investigates clears up the controversy over brown water in the Ashland area of Schuylkill County. People who live in part of Schuylkill County say their drinking water is not clear, nor is the information they've been getting about whether the water is safe to drink. While the water...
Longtime baker opening 'dream' bakery and café in Kutztown
KUTZTOWN, Pa. — Foodies in search of sweet and savory treats will soon have a new spot to frequent in Berks County. The Cottage Bakery & Café, offering cupcakes, doughnuts, cinnamon rolls and other baked goods alongside savory items such as soups, salads and sandwiches, will hold its grand opening from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 1, at 236 W. Main St. in Kutztown.
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Kittens Today in germansville, PA
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around germansville..
3 buses, luxury motorhome ignite at Lehigh County transportation company, cops say
Three tour buses and a luxury motorhome ignited into flames Sunday evening on the property of Epic Tours in Upper Milford Township, state police said. Trooper Nathan Branosky, public information officer for the Troop M barracks, said crews with the Vera Cruz Fire Department were called just after 11 p.m. to the 4900 block of Raymond Court. Troopers with Pennsylvania State Police’s Fogelsville barracks and the Troop M Fire Marshal also responded.
Fall Happenings at Berks History Center, Crystal Cave, and Hopewell Furnace | Sites and Sounds
Amanda Machik is joined by Jim DeLong from Crystal Cave, Brad Smith from the Berks History Center, and Becky Hughes from Hopewell Furnace to discuss each site’s upcoming fall activities. Originally aired on BCTV: 9/25/23. From the program: Sites & Sounds of Historic Berks.
Lehigh County Mack Truck workers threaten to strike
LEHIGH COUNTY, Pa. — Representatives from the United Auto Workers Union say the majority of workers voted to authorize a strike if a new contract isn't signed by October 1. Currently, thousands of members of the UAW are on strike at auto plants across the country. The last Mack...
breinigsville, PA Residents: Your Future Dogs Best Friend Awaits!
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to breinigsville..
Catasauqua residents share eviction concerns
At its Sept. 18 meeting, Catasauqua Borough Council heard from several residents, formerly of 135 Bridge St., who were reportedly evicted from their apartment building with no notice, rendering them homeless. They also said they were unable to pick up their personal belongings because they were reportedly locked out of the building.
'We need to accommodate them': Man wants to see more safety measures for Mennonite and Amish community
MAIDENCREEK TWP., Pa. - It's news that hits close to home. “As I went by his house last Thursday, I thought there wasn't a lot of activity and I wondered why,” said Geoff Whaling, a friend of the family. “I got home and I was told there was an Anson Burkholder who had been hit on his bicycle and was horrified to realize that it was my neighbor."
Rare Meishan Pigs Have Good Personalities, Tasty Meat
TOWER CITY, Pa. — With a squishy face and long ears, the Meishan pig certainly has a unique look. The pig’s disposition and meat quality add to its specialty. But you can’t find too many Meishans around. In Pennsylvania, there’s only one registered breeder of the rare...
10 Fall Hikes – Video Round-Up
Snap Frame-Worthy Foliage Pics on these Colorful Autumn Hikes. Now that we’ve officially washed our hands of summer, it’s time to slip back into fall mode. And there’s no easier way to welcome the change of seasons than with a few scenic hikes at NEPA’s local, state and national parks. Get back into that apple pickin’-sweater-wearin’-leaf-chasin’ mood by loading up the social feed with stunning splashes of orange, yellow and red.
Allentown food bank plans ahead for possible government shutdown
ALLENTOWN, Pa. - If there's a government shutdown, 7 million people who receive WIC (Women, Infants and Children) benefits could be cut off, and 4 million government workers might not get paid. Local food pantries are planning ahead to try to keep people from going hungry while Congress sorts all...
Editorial: Honoring the legacy of The Brown and Black
The Brown and White is Lehigh’s oldest student publication, having started in 1894. But, despite its longevity, it hasn’t been the only one on campus. Hidden in the halls of Christmas-Saucon is a forgotten front page. It sits in a modest black frame and is headed by a graffiti-style font. It’s the first issue of The Brown and Black.