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  • Lower Macungie commissioner says 'not so fast' on regional police talks

     
    Lower Macungie Township has turned down an invitation to attend a meeting on regional police discussions. Commissioner Roger Reis said last week that it's too early for those discussions. The township has been studying its policing options, looking into...
  • Would temporary traffic signals solve problem of Route 309 bridges?

     
    A number of people wrote in response to today's column on motorists ignoring the northbound-only traffic restriction on Route 309 in Heidelberg and North Whitehall townships, suggesting that temporary traffic signals at each bridge would safely accomodate...
  • Fire companies, ambulance squad get donations

     
    Lutron Electronics recently handed out $3,000 worth of donations to the folks that do emergency service work in Lower Macungie. The company gave $1,000 to the Alburtis Fire Company, Lower Macungie Fire Department and Macungie Ambulance squad. "We...
  • Zoellner Arts Center taps Kutztown University officials as administrative director

     
    The new position of administrative director that Lehigh University created for its Zoellner Arts Center in a July reorganization in has been filled with the director of Kutztown University’s performance center. J. Andrew Cassano, who for two years...
  • Alburtis teen council candidate receives lowest number of votes

     
    Kyle A. Bower, the 19-year-old Alburtis Borough Council, who said he wouldn't accept a seat on the board because of charges pending against him, finished in fourth place among four candidates in Tuesday's election, unofficial results showed. Bower, who...
  • Alburtis write-in candidate lacks votes to win seat

     
    Tom Miller, the Alburtis council candidate who ran a write-in campaign in the Nov. 8 election, did not receive enough votes to win one of four seats that was up for grabs, according to Lehigh County's voter services department. Miller, a current...
  • Route 100, Trexlertown Road bridges re-open in Lower Macungie

     
    Great news emanated from PennDOT on Friday:: The Little Lehigh Creek Bridge on Route 100, and the nearby Spring Creek Bridge on Trexlertown Road (the "old" Route 100 from the days before the Route 222 Bypass), both re-opened to traffic in all directions...
  • Mobile home park expansion approved in Lower Macungie

     
    Lower Macungie Township Supervisors approved the expansion of a mobile home park on Thursday and partially waived the recreation fees since the owner is installing a trail and other amenities. Big Bear Management plans to expand Red Maple Acres off Grange...
  • Should teen councilman have taken his seat in Alburtis?

     
    Kyle Bower took his seat on Alburtis Council on Wednesday night, hours after pleading guilty to escape and stalking charges in Lehigh County Court. We're wondering what you think about his decision to accept the position after saying prior to the November...
  • Mack Trucks to be on Nat Geo Channel Saturday

     
    Mack Trucks' Lower Macungie production plant and assembly of its new Mack Titan truck will be featured on National Geographic Channel's "Ultimate Factories" at 8 p.m. Saturday. The hour-long episode will take viewers behind the scenes, showing start to...
  • Five eyeing Reichley's seat to attend candidates night

     
    Five Republicans interested in state Rep. Doug Reichley's seat in the 134th legislative district are scheduled to appear at a 7:30 p.m. candidates night in Emmaus on Tuesday, Jan. 17. The candidates night will be held at the Emmaus fire hall, 50 S....