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William White
My Role

Bill White writes a local column three times a week and blogs five times a week.
My Biography

Bill has worked for The Morning Call since 1974, when he began as a reporter. He also was a copyeditor, edition editor, Sunday editor and bureau chief before becoming a full-time columnist in 1992. Among other things, he is considered the Lehigh Valley's foremost expert on Christmas lights and Musikfest food. He is a graduate of Lehigh University and Ohio State University and has been teaching journalism as an adjunct at Lehigh for 30 years.
My Interests

Phillies baseball, Eagles football, golf, professional eating and all kinds of sports, as well as reading, dogs and the outdoors.
My Recent Articles

Plane debris in Indian Ocean turns up as solid clue in hunt for MH370 7/30/2015
A sea-crusted wing part washed up on an island in the western Indian Ocean may be the first trace of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 since it vanished nearly a year and a half ago, and a tragic but finally solid clue to one of aviation's most perplexing and expensive mysteries.

Terrelle Pryor trying to catch on as wide receiver with Browns 7/30/2015
BEREA, Ohio (AP) - With broad shoulders, long legs and speed to burn, there's no doubt Terrelle Pryor looks like a wide receiver. He has to prove he can play the position.

Widow sues Ross Township over mass shooting at municipal meeting 7/30/2015
The widow of one of the victims of a 2013 mass shooting at the Ross Township municipal building has filed a federal lawsuit against the township and others, alleging officials knew the shooter, Rockne Newell, was unstable but did nothing to protect the public.

Filmmakers pull the plug on 'Bethlehem' film to star Corbin Bernsen 7/30/2015
Filmmakers behind a coming-of-age film starring Corbin Bernsen are calling "cut" on their efforts to shoot the film in Bethlehem.

What they're saying about the Cole Hamels trade 7/30/2015
Evan Grant, Dallas Morning news Rangers beat writer: