Rudy Miller, lehighvalleylive.com

Rudy Miller

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Easton, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Rudy:

Dr. Oz didn’t get permission for Musikfest visit, ArtsQuest says

The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate charmed residents, but he did it without permission from the Bethlehem festival. → Read More

Shots fired at car, home, early Saturday in Phillipsburg, prosecutor confirms

Police found six bullet casings in the 200 block of Hudson Street. → Read More

Push underway for $50M grant to reshape West Ward neighborhoods, public housing

It would be Easton's biggest public housing initiative since Delaware Terrace was razed for Neston Heights. → Read More

Judge adds $20K in back pay to Easton Area wrestling coach’s discrimination damages

Ex-coach JaMarr Billman’s full award against the Easton Area School District stands at $271K. → Read More

Bethlehem man found guilty of murdering man on the way home from Wind Creek casino

Jose Luis Leon was convicted of fatally stabbing Elson Aviles, according to the Northampton County District Attorney’s Office. → Read More

Bethlehem Township man died in Gracedale due to neglect, lawsuit says

Robert Raph suffered from dehydration, malnutrition and bedsores, according to a suit filed by his widow. → Read More

Online gamer apologizes for Lafayette bomb hoax, gets 5 years in federal prison

Four years of Gavin Casdorph’s sentence were punishment for firebombing a car in Canada. → Read More

So many bands. So many genres. How does Musikfest pick them all?

And, check out some of the hidden gems on the free stages recommended by a Musikfest organizer. → Read More

Love them or hate them, e-bikes are zipping along Lehigh Valley trails and roads

The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is drafting a policy on the use of e-bikes in state parks and forests → Read More

He fought for housing voucher-holders in Philly. Now he wants to do it in Easton.

Tyler Martin was named executive director of the Housing Authority of the City of Easton. → Read More

It won’t be called Dutch Springs, but old quarry site will keep hosting scuba divers

A former Northampton County councilman and a scuba shop owner are the new owners of Lake Hydra → Read More

2 charges dropped, 3 waived to court for Bethlehem ex-finance director

A prosecutor said Mark Sivak illegally purchased phones and electronics through a city account → Read More

He overcame drug abuse, felony conviction, to open his own Easton restaurant

It’s been 10 years since Les Smith’s life-changing confrontation with Easton police. The 33-year-old Palmer Township man had been in and out of trouble for years due to drug and alcohol abuse. → Read More

Musicians, porches sought when PorchFest returns to Easton’s College Hill

You can volunteer on the event website. → Read More

Easton man sues Bethlehem Twp. doctor who allegedly got him hooked on opioids

Bethlehem Township-based physician Ajeeb John Titus remains charged criminally for overprescribing opioids for about a decade. → Read More

Palmer Twp. wants to better manage development. Come learn more Tuesday.

A meeting on the tentative new township zoning ordinance is July 19 at the township building → Read More

Easton leaders encourage ‘village’ mentality to respond to youth crimes, shootings

Meetings are planned with the police department, the Easton branch of the NAACP and the Lehigh Valley Justice Institute → Read More

Man’s talk about a bomb on LVIA plane stemmed from worries over his daughter

Donald Thompson feared his daughter was caught in a human trafficking scheme and was desperate to stop her from flying, his attorney said. → Read More

Ex-cop will spend up to 10 years in prison for taking $315K from firefighter fund

Corey Cole Jr.’s minimum sentence is 22 months in state prison. → Read More

After Heritage Day shooting, Easton chief vows to be aggressive

Easton Police Chief Carl Scalzo said police stood by and watched juveniles behaving badly until one of them shot a 16-year-old → Read More