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Fogelsville residents have been waiting a long time for their own full-scale supermarket. Based on my advance tour, I think they'll be thrilled when the Weis Markets on Route 100 opens its doors Sunday. Some impressions: It's big, but not...
College football Navy to face Arizona State in Kraft Bowl Navy and Arizona State will meet for the first time at the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl on Dec. 29 at AT&T Park in San Francisco, it was announced Sunday. The game will begin at 4 p.m. and be...
I never learn. Before I embark on another collection of common mispronunciations and fractured expressions contributed by readers, I need to clarify something. My headlines on Grammar Police columns, as well as blooper columns, often are drawn from...
I went looking for Joe Meischeid the other day because the Palmer Township man just turned 90 and is still working at the Northampton County Courthouse as a security officer. I'm no ageist — I once met a man of 83 who won a weightlifting contest,...
Jerod Mayo has earned Pro Bowl and Rookie of the Year honors. He's led the NFL in tackles and secured the approval of football's most finicky and poorly dressed coach. What he hadn't enjoyed before this season was playoff success. What he's poised to do...
Yes, NBC likes having the Patriots, with arguably the game's most recognizable coach and quarterback on one sideline, and the Giants, representing the country's biggest media market, on the other. But as Al Michaels said the other day in a media...
Brittany Lincicome played in five of the seven LPGA tournaments staged at Kingsmill. Never contended. Never cracked the top 20. Never finished under par. Guess who can't wait for the tour's September return to the Williamsburg resort after a two-year...
I vaguely remember my dad milking a cow on the farm where I was raised. That’s the extent of my knowledge of dairy. Part of our November trip with our South Dakota Ag and Rural Leadership (SDARL) took us to Milbank to visit the Valley Queen...
These days, when he puts on his suit and tie, he goes to work before a deafening throng of more than 20,000 paying customers, not to mention hundreds of thousands more following on TV and radio. His performance and that of those under him invite enough...
The Road Warrior w/Dan HartzellGot some interesting comments regarding today's column on the urban legend about the steel grates on the Hokendauqua-North Catasauqua Bridge having been installed upside-down. My speculation is that the "shimmy" effect on vehicles, common to some grate...
PolitiCalBallot measure campaigns attract all sorts. The most colorful group in this year’s election, though, might just be the crusaders for Proposition 37, which would require labels on genetically modified foods. They are fighting some of the biggest food...
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