Monday, September 10, 2012
Two pedestrians were killed when Caitlyn Clark, 26, of Nazareth lost control of her SUV Monday afternoon and crashed into a LANTA bus stop in Hanover Township, Lehigh County.
A Nazareth woman was behind the wheel of a sport-utility vehicle that careened into a bus stop -- killing two pedestrians -- in Hanover Township, Lehigh County, according to Pennsylvania State Police. Angel Bosch, 28, of Easton, died at a hospital after the 3:26 p.m. crash near the Lehigh Valley International Airport, according to a report in The Express-Times. Elias Tabarani, 51, of Allentown, was pronounced dead at the scene. Police say Caitlyn Clark, 26, of Nazareth, was traveling east on Race Street when, for unknown reasons, she lost control of her 1996 Nissan Pathfinder. As Clark approached the Cascade Drive intersection, according to police, she drove onto a grassy area, struck a utility pole and, lastly, hit four men waiting at a …
Friday, August 31, 2012
Bethlehem bicyclist refused to use 'broken' bus bike rack, touching off a half-hour standoff with bus driver and police. He is charged with disorderly conduct.
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Friday, August 31, 2012
A Bethlehem man was charged with disorderly conduct Thursday morning after he chained his bicycle and then himself to the inside of a LANTA bus, city police said. Lee Roy Poole-Smith, 23, of 715 Maple St., is accused of creating the disturbance at 7:19 a.m. at LANTA’s Bethlehem bus terminal at W. Broad and Guetter streets, according to a police incident report. The Express-Times reported that the bus driver called police on Poole-Smith after he took the bike on board the bus instead of placing it on the bus bike rack on the bus’s front exterior, making it difficult for other riders to get on and off the bus. According to the newspaper:
Monday, August 29, 2011
With a week to go in the regular season, the IronPigs have something to play for.
Good morning, Bethlehem. Today is Monday, August 29, 2011. Welcome to the working week.
Saturday, August 20, 2011
A better solution: investing that money in LANTA.
Bruce E. Davis of the Route 22 Coalition brings us the latest bad idea from the 2000's that should have been put out of its misery when the housing bubble popped. Mr. Davis has long been an advocate for widening Route 22 to a 6-lane freeway between 15th Street and Airport Road, but Ed Rendell's "fix it first" policy for infrastructure mercifully ended that idea's prospects for a while. But now, Tom Corbett's Transportation Funding Advisory Commission appears to have put the issue back in play, and local sprawl boosters are giddy. In a Morning Call opinion piece, Mr. Davis wrote: Within the [Commission's] report are comments that have put the widening of Route 22 to six lanes between the 15th Street and Airport Road exits back in play. As …