East Penn Press

Sunday, December 8, 2019
Cellphones and police cutout props present an opportunity for positive community police efforts. Eliezel Santos poses for a photo for Nahaman Alvarez, at the Community Heroes Day event, while mom Santalilia Colon and Ruby Alvarez provide the audience. All are Allentown residents visiting the Emmaus Public Library for the event.

EMMAUS PUBLIC LIBRARY

By JIM MARSH in Local News

Police, EMS and fire first responders gathered to greet their fans and encourage youngsters to inspect their equipment and sit in the driver’s seat at the 19th annual Heroes Night event Sept. 5 in the Emmaus Public Library parking area.

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All attendees are given a sample paper ballot and are shown the ease with which the ballots may be completed. The front side shows candidate information.

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS

By BEVERLY SPRINGER in Local News

In order to better inform citizens of Lehigh County on current issues, the League of Women Voters of Lehigh County focused on the new voting machines in Lehigh County for its Sept. 9 Hot Topis Luncheon. Speakers Timothy A. Benyo, chief clerk to...

PRESS PHOTO BY MACKENZIE CHRISTMANRecent patchwork done to the roadway at the intersection of Walnut and Third streets was called into question Sept. 11 when Alburtis Borough Council members discussed repaving the entire intersection.

ALBURTIS BOROUGH COUNCIL

By MAKENZIE CHRISTMAN in Local News

The Sept 11. Alburtis Borough Council meeting included a proposed handicap parking space at Hosfeld Insurance, 19 E. Main St. and a project to repave the intersection in front of Alburtis Elementary School.

Donna Hosfeld sought approval to...