At issue is a line item error and correction in bids for the $29 million project.
This week in Lehigh Valley history: Musikfest moves south in 2011; Easton-P’burg free bridge halts tolls in 1921 (Aug. 1-7)
Historical headlines from The Express-Times: Musikfest opens South Side venues in 2011. In 1996, a pre-IronPigs attempt at a minor league baseball stadium in Bethlehem. In 1971, Pennsylvania begins Sunday alcohol sales for restaurants. In 1921, tolls are removed from the Easton-Phillipsburg free bridge. Lehigh Valley Then for the week of Aug. 1-7, 2021.
The man can face civil penalties, the TSA says.
"It’s a part of history," one watcher said.
Many U.S. presidents and candidates have stumped in the Lehigh Valley. Joe Biden is just the latest.
The two largest health networks in the region currently do not require the vaccine for employees.
Lehigh Valley Hospital Cedar Crest and St. Luke's University Hospital both rated high in Pennsylvania.
This week in Lehigh Valley history: Eagles start penultimate camp at Lehigh in 2011; locals at ‘96 Olympics bombing (July 25-31)
Historical headlines from The Express-Times: In 2011, Lehigh Valley businesses relieved when Philadelphia Eagles return to Lehigh University training camp. In 1996, local athletes, security guards and sportswriters witness bombing of the Atlanta Olympic Games. In 1971, Pennsylvania previews anti-shoplifting campaign. In 1921, canal boat veterans make a last voyage down the D&L Canal. Lehigh Valley Then.
The nonprofit doesn’t have the resources to continue the events and will focus on its mission of helping people with developmental and intellectual disabilities
LVHN is hosting a COVID-19 town hall on Facebook Live at noon Thursday.
The Allegiant flight taking off from LVIA had 171 people on board, including the flight crew.
This week in Lehigh Valley history: Controversy over I-78 route in 1971; local connections to TWA Flight 800 in 1996 (July 18-24)
In this week’s Lehigh Valley historical headlines: TWA Flight 800 explodes in 1996, making Lehigh Valley travelers wary. In 1971, controversy over I-78’s route through the Lehigh Valley. In 2011, Lehigh Valley native baseball broadcaster Dave Van Horne is enshrined in the Hall of Fame. And in 1921, an Easton woman is abducted but released when she says she won’t marry one of the men. Lehigh Valley Then.