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Delaware & Lehigh - D&L Member Feature: Sharon Wunner of Bear Creek Township

When D&L Member Sharon Wunner of Bear Creek Township retired in January 2016, she got a new perspective on life. She began to embrace what she calls the “three H’s” of living near a nationally…

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By Dennis Scholl, D&L Education Manager Dennis L. Gerhart, 71, of Quakertown, previously of Lansdale, passed away on Sunday, February 24 at his home. He was the loving husband of Maria A.Gerhart for 35 years….

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You may have read the article in The Morning Call about a Bethlehem Steel wall mural at Unity Bank that shows a high-pressure cylinder being bored inside Bethlehem Steel’s No. 2 machine shop. Yes, that high…

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The Nazareth Area Society of Model Engineers (N.A.S.M.E.) was honored Saturday at the D&L Annual Volunteer Luncheon. These sharp, talented volunteers put in over 400 hours (in just six weeks) to build the train layout…

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It’s that time of year!  The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor is honoring its volunteers at a luncheon this weekend, where Board Chair Michael Drabenstott and D&L Executive Director Elissa Garofalo will say a…

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From the Trail Manager For all intents and purposes, the northernmost improved section of the D&L Trail is currently the Black Diamond Trailhead, located on Route 437 near Mountain Top in Luzerne County. The final…

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By Trail Programs Manager Brian Greene One of the best parts of my job is working with our amazing trail volunteers.  The D&L Trail would not be what it is without the great efforts of…

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D&L member Janet Starner is all smiles, as she tries out her new acid lava-colored Specialized gravel bike from Dn’A Bikes in Tamaqua.  “It reminds me of my first two-wheeler when I was seven!” says…

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Firehouse Cycles is an all-inclusive local bike shop grateful to be situated along the D&L Trail in Yardley, where owner Mike Joseph says that locals still want to get outside on the trail for an…

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We’re excited to be seeking bids for the construction of a 40 X 60 foot Multipurpose Building near the National Canal Museum in Hugh Moore Park.  The structure will help alleviate growing storage needs and…

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The historic Inn at Jim Thorpe is one of the town’s landmark properties. With its grand cast iron balcony, comfortable guest rooms with a mix of Victorian and modern furnishings, and elegant suites with a…

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Gravel bikes are what everyone wants right now, says Erin Fagan, the events coordinator (and more) at Genesis Bicycles in Easton. The majority of Genesis riders are families and Erin says that, 90 percent of…

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