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Opinion, Business, The Neighborhood Files
In our new weekly feature, we ask you what should go into the old car dealership on Broad Street.
Born of boring mathematical necessity, Leap Year has prompted a variety of romantic legends.
Therapist to have office in Historic District home. Barber shop to open in old SouthSide grocery store,
Find three local attractions you can visit on one tank of gas.
Supermarket chain announces new free applications for iPhone and Android.
City Council tries again, but fails to agree on a new controller; will petition Northampton County Court to make the choice.
Police & Fire
Three men ran from CVS, each allegedly carrying two stolen $25 boxes of baby diapers to pay for drugs, according to court records.
Suspect allegedly assaulted woman Saturday morning at his home, police say.
Vincent Batista is accused of evading capture after selling heroin to undercover officer.
The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Bethlehem resident asks for help finding lost turtle
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