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Moravian Academy wins for Outstanding Production by a Smaller School, while Freedom's Daniel Youngelman, after 3 years of nominations, wins a trophy.
Northampton County election bureau retrieves data from broken voting machine and completes unofficial vote count.
Levitt Pavilion at SteelStacks will host more than 50 free concerts under the stars from Memorial Day weekend until September.
Police & Fire
Francisco Miranda eluded law enforcement for 18 years in the 1994 South Bethlehem killing of Jorge Velazquez. Now, he will spend the next 10-20 years in prison.
The Democratic nominee for Bethlehem mayor may have a challenge from an independent candidate in November.
The two running incumbents and the mayor's older brother win Democratic nominations for City Council. West Side newcomer Adam Waldron may have the fourth party nod.
With voting machine problems in Reynolds' home precinct, he's not conceding and Donchez is not claiming victory.
Owner of Seriously Girlie Couture is accused of making fraudulent charges, paying personal bills with customer debit cards, according to police complaint.
Former Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co. office building on New Street will be converted into 21 luxury apartments.
University's 145th commencement on Monday morning is expected to bring extra congestion through Route 412 construction zone.
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