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Business, Arts, The Neighborhood Files, Holiday Guide
The line to see Santa and Mrs. Claus may have been long, but laughter and hot chocolate provided the perfect remedy for impatience during Nazareth's annual tree lighting ceremony.
Police & Fire, Volunteers in the News
Children were paired with Colonial Regional Police officers on Saturday and given an opportunity to shop for themselves, loved ones and Toys for Tots.
Business, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Love It
Friends of Hall Square celebrated the fall season Saturday by holding a luncheon and fashion show, which featured Dunkelberger's Sports Outfitter and several Moravian Hall Square residents.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
About 400 people Saturday morning participated in the 2nd annual 5K Dragonfly Run/Walk for Brenton's Hope, an organization that helps raise childhood cancer awareness and funds for local families.
Business, Arts, Summer
A rain-shortened Martin On Main doesn't take away the success of the event's first four hours, which featured musicians from The Unofficial Martin Guitar Forum.
The tradition that is Nazareth Days brought families -- from across the Lehigh Valley -- to downtown Nazareth for food, music and a lot of clowning around.
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