Lebanon Valley College
Beta Beta Beta Honor Society
Justin N. Weilnau, of Allentown, Pa. was inducted into Beta Beta Beta honor society at Lebanon Valley College. Weilnau is a senior music and biochemistry and molecular biology major and a graduate of Salisbury Township High School.
The Press asked each candidate the following question: "What is the most important issue in Lower Macungie Township and why?"
Ron Beitler (R)
At its meeting May 8, Alburtis Borough Council decided to consult with Donnie Derr of the borough's maintenance department before making a final decision on solving the problem of hockey pucks flying out of the hockey court.
Hockey player Walter Ruff suggested extending the netting an additional 24 inches higher; including three poles and netting, the extension could cost between $2,000 to $2,200. Instead of going straight up, Council member John Aleszczyk thought going across would be better.
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Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, N.Y.
Local students named to
The following local students made the Dean's list for winter quarter at Rochester Institute of Technology: Jessica Hagerman, of Emmaus, Morgan Reed, of Schnecksville, Stacey Spehalski, of Emmaus, Brandon Miller, of Schnecksville, and Daniel Miller, of Schnecksville.
PRESS PHOTOS BY JIM MARSH
St. Thomas More School holds their annual art exhibition.
Citizens of East Penn School District packed the Macungie Institute April 30 to meet the candidates for the board of school directors.
Six of the eight candidates appeared to answer questions gathered from the community by East Penn Invested Citizens and the East Penn Chamber of Commerce. Questions were drawn from a jar; the first asked the opinion of the candidates on the district's strengths, and how each would maintain and maximize those strengths.
The Lehigh County Commissioners had the first reading and discussion of a tax increment financing plan for the proposed Hamilton Crossings shopping center at its May 8 meeting.
The proposed Hamilton Crossings shopping center is located along Krocks Road between Route 222 and Hamilton Boulevard in Lower Macungie Township. The shopping center would include a Target and a Costco.
Two candidates are interested in being mayor of Macungie: Republican Ronald Conrad, a write-in candidate, and Democrat Gary Cordner. Voters will be asked to choose one candidate.
The Upper Milford Youth Association annual Family Fun Day at Lenape Park is scheduled for 1 to 5 p.m. June 2. Come down for food and fun as UMYA takes a day to thank all the members of UMYA for their support. As usual the dunk tank will be there, with favorite coaches waiting to get a bit wet. This day is also spring team picture day and the official opening day of fall sports registrations.