The deadline to complete the Census is days away. Allentown is much larger than it was 10 years ago, and as WLVR’s Genesis Ortega reports, getting Census responses from the city’s immigrant communities may be essential.

 Mobile COVID testing comes to Allentown to serve vulnerable communities By Ben Stemrich September 18, 2020 CATE was in the Lehigh Valley this week. That stands for Community Accessible Testing and Education. It’s a mobile COVID testing and outreach center funded by the state that made a stop in Allentown. CATE is run by The […]

Thousands of K-through-12 students returned to school this week across the Lehigh Valley. But as WLVR’s Tyler Pratt reports, for many it means logging on from home.

Allentown officials are in the process of creating a public safety review board. The goal is to have a body of citizens look into police matters and make reform recommendations.

Lehigh Valley city budgets are in the red millions of dollars  By Genesis Ortega August 28, 2020 Mayors across the Lehigh Valley this week expressed serious concern with how COVID-19 continues to cripple city finances.  The virtual roundtable covered a wide range of topics including 2020 census reporting, the effect of the pandemic on small […]


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