Allentown

Business
10:49 am
Fri June 21, 2013

New and Improved Allentown on Lehigh Valley Discourse

If you haven’t read a newspaper or driven to Allentown in the past year, you might feel a bit like Rip Van Winkle, should you go there.  Where there had been little new, there is a lot of activity – construction, new business, new residential units, restaurants… cranes are the new mechanical birds migrating to the city. The energy level is high and it is gathering attention for all the right reasons.

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Music
6:55 am
Tue June 11, 2013

Photos: Blues, Brews & Barbecue 2013

The Blues, Brews & Barbecue festival is quickly becoming an early summer tradition in the Lehigh Valley. The annual summer event returned to Allentown last weekend marking the sixth appearance of the festival which debuted in 2008. Vendors lined the 800 block of Hamilton Street while 8 bands played throughout the day on Saturday including WDIY favorites the B.C. Combo and the Alexis P. Suter Band.

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Science
2:07 pm
Wed August 29, 2012

Proposed Allentown Waste Incinerator Focus of Living Green in the Lehigh Valley

This week's program, guest- hosted by Bill Dautremont-Smith, features guest Rich Fegley. The two discuss the environmental issues and concerns related to the planned Allentown waste incinerator.

Politics
1:08 pm
Mon August 13, 2012

Mayor Pawlowski on Lehigh Valley Discourse

Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski has a problem.  Actually, like all mayors trying to make their cities viable in Pennsylvania, the mayor has big problems.  Having cut city spending to the bone, he still has major obligations such as meeting its pension obligations for retired city workers. So Mayor Pawlowski is proposing some bold measures, including unloading some major operations to private and/or outside interests. Join host Alan Jennings as he welcomes the Mayor to Lehigh Valley Discourse to discuss plans for the city.

Politics
4:12 pm
Mon August 6, 2012

Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski on Lehigh Valley Discourse

Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski has a problem. Actually, like all mayors trying to make their cities viable in Pennsylvania, the mayor has big problems.  Having cut city spending to the bone, he still has major obligations such as meeting its pension obligations for retired city workers.  So Mayor Pawlowski is proposing some bold measures, including unloading some major operations to private and/or outside interests. Join host Alan Jennings as he welcomes the mayor to this week’s program to discuss plans for the city.

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