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Alicia Creazzo will never forget the day three children showed up on her doorstep at Broughal Middle School with their cat in a backpack.
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This article was produced as part of a project for the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2021 National Fellowship, which provided training, mentoring, and funding to support this project....
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South Bethlehem is shedding its gritty, industrial roots for a new chapter that current residents hope doesn’t leave them behind.
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This article was produced as part of a project for the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2021 National Fellowship, which provided training, mentoring, and funding to support this project....
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It's a pattern that continues to play out on Southside streets in Bethlehem, Pennsyvlania: an investor snatches up some homes and the domino falls.
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Weary of living among student housing rentals, Murdocc and Karen Saunders sold their Hillside Avenue home in South Bethlehem in late 2020. They've yet to find a new home and regret the sale.
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Developers are pitching urban infill projects with luxury apartments and high-end retail. Residents want affordable, workforce housing while preserving the neighborhood’s rich character.
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A developer and restaurateur delivered on his promise to allow tenants of his new Bethlehem building to stay rent-free for 90 days to ease the burden of their displacement.
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Lehighvalleylive.com launched the first in a series of stories exploring the changing face of South Bethlehem.
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In Washington, D.C., the rush to capitalize on the influx of more affluent residents is having long-term effects on the health of residents young and old.

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