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Entries for November, 2011

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Drugs and teens in Bethlehem

There's a lot still to report on regarding drugs and kids in Bethlehem. Here's an update on the discussions that are being had: 1) Tuesday night, about 25 concerned parents attended a meeting at the Delmar Presbyterian Church on Delaware Avenue. The meeting was led by licensed mental health counselor ...

BC High principal warns of increased drug use

Bethlehem Central High School Principal Charles Abba sent out a letter to parents today noting a spike in "inappropriate behavior” in recent weeks, including the use and possession of marijuana and other drugs. We'll soon have more information from the district, but for now, here's the full text of Abba's ...

An intriguing idea

Look this weekend at spotlightnews.com for a story on the effort to rectify hideous flooding situations that occur each time a major storm rips through the southern portions of Bethlehem. A meeting being labeled as a "community dialogue" is scheduled for Nov. 30 at the CSX Auditorium to discuss these ...

Since everybody is asking what happened....

Drive through the Four Corners intersection in Delmar, and you may notice a popular locale with a bit of damage. Over the weekend, a teen driver accidentally drove a car through the front of the Delmar Marketplace. No pictures of the car through the front of the store, but you ...

Four Corners, Four Candidates

In an effort to take a break before waiting out election results, I drove seconds from our office in Delmar through the iconic Four Corners intersection. What I found was an eye-catching, and somewhat funny, display of last-minute campaigning. Standing in the forefront was John Clarkson, a candidate for supervisor, ...

Good with numbers? Then we have a job for you!

Can you manage an annual budget approaching $42 million? Can you manage capital projects? Are you comfortable working with independent auditors?

Non-presidential years make for slow election nights

Election night is typically a celebration of a hard-fought campaign, but it appears that candidates in Bethlehem are taking a more muted approach this election season.