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The Neighborhood Files
Coopersburg native Sam Kern, who now lives in Virginia Beach, is a car buff whose father and uncle once operated the "Kern Bros. Garage" in the Lehigh County borough.
In Hellertown, a carriage factory was located in the building that would later become Carson's Hardware. The Jordan Carriage Factory was the first such establishment in Coopersburg.
The day not only yielded an awakening of the beauty of local wilderness, but also thought-provoking data involved in lending thought to a current national issue.
Sports, The Neighborhood Files
The Olympic gold medalist and movie star was the celebrity ribbon-cutter at the grand opening of the Southern Lehigh Community Pool on May 30, 1963.
A century ago the Saucon Valley was home to countless farms on which Pennsylvania German-speaking residents lived and worked.
A chance encounter with new homeowners in Hellertown leads to a better understanding of one local family's history.
A beer stein that once decorated a hotel in the "Heights" neighborhood near Bethlehem Steel is now in the possession of local historian Lee Weidner.
Servitude of the poorer class of emigrants from England, Switzerland, Ireland and Germany was guaranteed from the early settlement of Pennsylvania.
Among the local companies founded during and after the Civil War were the Saucona Iron Company and the Coleraine Iron Company.
Throughout history, dogs have made a huge difference in people's lives.
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