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Business, Restaurant Reviews
This eat-in/take-out restaurant is a new hot spot for spicy food or not.
Restaurant Reviews, The Neighborhood Files, Love It
The small but cozy Chicken Lounge & Grill is run by the same family that opened it in 1970.
Business, Restaurant Reviews, Readers' Choice, Love It
New owners make major improvements to this longstanding favorite.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Sandra Shablin accidentally swallowed a grill-cleaning brush bristle and landed in an emergency room. With several cases reported, the federal government has issued a federal health warning.
Weekends-only trailer serves truckload of slow-cooked, smoky flavor to take-out customers and picnickers.
Government, Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
New police chief of Upper Macungie Township says his force will be "committed to service"
Business, The Neighborhood Files
Friends Alli Lipson and Sue Israel of South Whitehall opened a self-serve frozen yogurt shop, Yofresh Yogurt Cafe, on Sunday at the Tilghman Square shopping center.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
South Whitehall teenager Erin Kelly uses her singing talent to raise money to help others.
Owner says conflicting reports show services can age or improve skin, but customers want it.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
For two years, members of a non-denominational church, called Word of Life Church, have been meeting in the Hawthorne Suites.
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