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  • Macungie picks one-way, two-way for Cotton Street

    In a split vote, Macungie Council decided Monday to partially change the course of Cotton Street, the narrow east-west thoroughfare that parallels Main Street and allows access to Kalmbach Park. It will remain two-way from Chestnut Street to Lea Street,...
  • Easton man surrenders, is charged in Upper Macungie police chase

    An Easton man accused of leading Upper Macungie Township police on a 20-mile chase into Berks County three months ago has turned himself in to face charges, police said. Desmond Q. Cole, 21, fled from township police at 6:50 p.m. May 15 when officers...
  • Lower Macungie seeks input on community center, parks

    Lower Macungie Township has posted on its website an online questionnaire to gather residents' input for improving the community center and parks and recreation program offerings. From new educational programs including health and fitness, cooking,...
  • Police: Man cited after Das Awkscht Fescht parking incident

    A 27-year-old Northampton man was cited over the weekend after moving barricades placed on Cotton Street in Macungie while trying to avoid paying a parking fee at Das Awkscht Fescht, the borough's annual car show. Anthony Grochowski, who was driving a...
  • Police: Wescosville man stole from cars in Macungie

    A 19-year-old Wescosville man is accused of breaking into cars in Macungie last week, according to borough police. When Justin T. Moore was taken into custody Friday, he had several credit cards and a check book that were stolen from cars in the area...
  • Police seeking man who pulled gun in Upper Macungie road-rage incident

    Upper Macungie Township police are on the lookout for the driver of a black Nissan Murano after he allegedly pulled a gun on two motorists in a road-rage incident on Route 222. According to police, the conflict occurred around noon Saturday after the...
  • Police seeking man who pulled gun in Upper Macungie road rage incident

    Upper Macungie Township police are on the lookout for the driver of a black Nissan Murano after he allegedy pulled a gun on two motorists in a road rage incident on Route 222. According to police, the conflict occurred around noon Saturday after the...
  • Allentown kindergarten teacher ID'd as motorcyclist killed in crash

    An Allentown kindergarten teacher was identified Thursday as the motorcyclist who died Wednesday evening after colliding with a sport utility vehicle in Lower Macungie Township. Gregory Tyson, 47, of Sleepy Hollow Lane in Breinigsville, Upper Macungie,...
  • Shopping Scout: Doll repair, ladies bowling shoes car manual and more

    LOOKING FOR Doll repair: Anita of Allentown is looking for someone who can repair dolls. She has several that need new legs, re-stuffed and new wigs and shoes. Ladies bowling shoes: Betty of Bethlehem is looking for ladies bowling shoes for her...
  • A federal food fight over the white potato

    Millions of women with infants and children in America need food. The federal program, Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (known as WIC), has provided nourishing food (milk, eggs and bread) to those in need for more...
  • Southern Lehigh to hire additional first-grade teacher

    Southern Lehigh School Board, fine-tuning staffing for the upcoming school year, voted this week to hire a new first-grade teacher to help reduce classroom sizes. At the same time, a full-time kindergarten teacher at Lower Milford Elementary will be...
  • Lower Macungie commissioners OK warehouse development

    Lower Macungie commissioners OK warehouse development
    Lower Macungie commissioners gave their approval Thursday night to a plan for nearly 3 million square feet of warehouses, the first major development planned for Jaindl Land Co.-owned farmland that was the subject of controversial zoning changes in 2010....