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A Lehigh Township woman has been charged with prostitution. Lehigh Township Police said Linda Michelson, 55, of Pecan Lane, was arrested and charged Wednesday with prostitution. The arrest was the culmination of an ongoing investigation of complaints about a large amount of traffic coming in and out of her residence. Police were able to locate several advertisements on known websites where prostitution solicitation occurs and where Michelson had posted advertisements.
State police at the Fern Ridge barracks are investigating an attempted burglary that took place at the Dollar General store, 1494 Route 209 in Brodheadsville. Police said someone attempted to enter the building between midnight April 17 and 6 a.m. April 19. The suspects were able to gain partial entry to the store by breaking through and damaging a rear door, but they were unable to gain entry through a second security door.
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The 2017 NFL Draft is now just hours away, and make no mistake about it, today is a great day to be a football fan. However, it’s even a greater day to be a “draftnik.”
The cast of “Footloose” includes, front, from left Anthony Collevechio, Jeff Thomas and Gunnar Rehrig; second row, Camaryn Wheeler, Nicole Jordan and Katie Blozusky; and third row, Robert Middleton and Madison Stoyer. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
Marian Catholic High School’s Class of 2017 will presents the musical “Footloose” at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday. The show is directed by Amanda Belfiore, with Robert Valente as assistant director and Michael Brimmer as music director. The production follows the story of teenage Ren, who moves to a small farming town with his mother. The strict edicts imposed by the local preacher, including a ban on dancing, is a far cry from the life he left in the big city of Chicago.
While Justin Timberlake had a showstopping moment alongside Chris Stapleton at the 2015 Country Music Association Awards, it was the Backstreet Boys who shined brightly at the 2017 Academy of Country Music Awards. The boy band had the night’s liveliest moment Sunday in Las Vegas: the fivesome brought the party vibe to life while singing their classic “Everybody (Backstreet Back)” along with duo Florida Georgia Line.