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  • Coopersburg Community Day

     
    The 20th annual Coopersburg Community Day will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Southern Lehigh Living Memorial Park on Route 309 at Fairmount Street. Admission and parking are free. New shuttle parking is available at the Lutron Fairmount...
  • ISO: Two people to serve on Coopersburg Zoning Hearing Board

     
    Coopersburg Borough is looking to fill two vacancies on its three-member Zoning Hearing Board. Long-time resident Joseph Volk, who died Aug. 19, most recently served on the Zoning Hearing Board. Volk also served several terms on borough council. Borough...
  • Upper Saucon committee turns up every stone to find spending cuts

     
    Like many local governments, money’s tight for Upper Saucon Township. A committee charged with pointing the way toward cost containment and savings unveiled their recommendations at a recent meeting of the township’s board of supervisors. &#...
  • Coopersburg mortgage company fined

     
    A Coopersburg mortgage company has agreed to pay a $10,250 fine to settle an investigation by the Pennsylvania Department of Banking. An examination this spring found Sky Financial Services originated 40 mortgages through unlicensed employees, a violation...
  • More PennDOT news of the 'temporary inconvenience, permanent improvement' kind

     
    PennDOT intends to start work Monday on Route 309 in Coopersburg, Upper Saucon; replacement of the Spring Creek Road Bridge in Lower Macungie to follow March 1 "PennDOT officials today announced that a project to improve state Route 309 in Upper Saucon...
  • Coopersburg woman to be on Nate Berkus Show

     
    A Coopersburg woman will discover a treasure in her attic on “The Nate Berkus Show” at 2 a.m. Monday on NBC. On the episode titled "Money Makers in Your Home," Berkus sends certified appraiser, Elyse Luray to Sonja Burmeister’s Coopersburg...
  • Turnpike Entrance from Tilghman Street Made Sense

     
    Regarding the June 21 column exploring the possible reasons the state Turnpike Commission chose to add an entrance-only ramp from Tilghman Street to the Northeast Extension, seeming to duplicate the function of the nearby Route 22 interchange that feeds...
  • Easter activities kick off this weekend

     
    With Easter earlier this year, holiday activities are kicking off this weekend with Easter Bunnies at the mall, egg hunts and breakfasts with the bunny. Here's a rundown of what's going on. Photos with the Easter Bunny: March 23-April 7, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.,...
  • 3 Parkettes heading for Secret Classic

     
    Three Elite Level Parkettes gymnasts left town today for Chicago, where they will compete on Saturday in the Secret U.S. Classic, the final opportunity for girls to earn a score that will get them into the 2012 Visa U.S. Gymnastics......
  • Why did health inspectors fail these restaurants?

     
    These restaurants, stores and other food establishments failed food safety inspections from April 27 to May 7. Here's what inspectors found, according to their reports: LOUIES RESTAURANT 2071 31st St. S.W., Allentown May 7, 2012 Employee observed with...
  • Parkettes celebrate Price's return, USA Independence Day

     
    Not everyone was spending the Fourth of July at a water park or the beach or a family picnic. The Parkettes National Training Center in Allentown was one busy place Wednesday morning. It was the first day back for Elizabeth......