Local couple to wed
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Male of Moore Township announce the engagement of their daughter, Becky, to Wasyl Mauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wasyl Mauser of Allen Township.
The bride-elect is a graduate of Northampton Area High School and East Stroudsburg University.
She is employed by Buxmont Academy, Bethlehem.
The groom, a graduate of Northampton Area High School, is employed by Mauser Brothers Homes by Wasyl.
The couple is planning a June 8,...
On Jan. 30, Alburtis Borough Council discussed the possibility of taking over the Lockridge Church on the corner of Franklin and Church streets and the 17-acre bird sanctuary located between School Street and Fort Sumpter Road from Lehigh County. Council is waiting to see what Lehigh County has to say because the borough wants to be able to afford the repairs needed at the church before making a decision.
Mayor Kathleen Palmer is in favor of taking over the building because it is part...
Pageant season is in full swing. Whether audiences watched the Miss America pageant or enjoy the TLC series Toddler's and Tiaras, everyone seems to love a little friendly competition, including 11 brave Emmaus senior boys.
On Jan. 30, the Student Government Association held their second annual "Mr. Emmaus" competition in the Emmaus High School auditorium. The audience was comprised of students and parents anxiously waiting to see the boys "strut their stuff" on the stage.
ST. PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH
25th & Livingston Streets
Allentown, 18104 - 610-435-0712
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
9 a.m. Holy Communion
'28 Book of Common Prayer
9 a.m. Church School
Wed., 10 a.m. Healing Service
Rev. Joseph S. Falzone
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PRESS PHOTOS BY DON WENNER
Holy Spirit Christian Nursery School celebrated the Chinese New Year Jan. 23 and 24 with children wearing pajamas, reading stories and eating pancakes. The students made
dragon masks and held a dragon parade at the end of the school day.
To the Editor:
We have subscribed to the East Penn Press (and possibly its forerunners) since we moved here in '84, largely because we felt it was important to support our local community. But over the past year or so, we have become more and more concerned about the vitriolic right wing editorials that appear under the byline of Deb Palmieri.
She is of course, entitled to her opinions, but I find those opinions to be outrageously FAR far right wing, and often personally...
By State Rep. Mike Schlossberg, D-132nd
Special to The Press
Gov. Tom Corbett's proposed privatization of state liquor stores is another example of governance by ideology, not reality.
Liquor sales generate $500 million worth of yearly state revenue. But, at a time when the state budget is already thin on revenue, this governor seeks to divest an important asset and set the stage for increased school taxes.
In an attempt to sell his plan, Corbett proposes to make...
The Allentown Public Library, 1210 Hamilton St., Allentown, will host a legal rights seminar for victims of housing discrimination 2 p.m. For more information, call 610-820-2400.
The Delaware-Lehigh Amateur Radio Club will hold their monthly meeting 7:30 p.m. in the Bethlehem Township Community Center, 2900 Farmersville Road, Bethlehem. The program will be NASA Astronaut Terry Hart, in person. Members and interested public are welcome to attend. For more...
Newly appointed President of the Emmaus Arts Commission Teri McManamon reported Emmaus' SnowBlast celebration was a success at the Feb. 4 council meeting.
McManamon said more local businesses participated in the event than any previous year. Events took place around town with artistic venues at the Clock Building and the Emmaus Public Library. She reported the ice bar, sponsored by the Main Street Partners and created by Bear Creek Mountain Resort, was a success.
She said the...
Within a month, Macungie gained a new 30-hour police officer, three new police GPS units and a new council president.
Newly appointed president Chris Becker moderated the meeting for the first time Feb. 4.
Richton Penn was appointed as a police officer effective immediately.
Chief of Police Ed Harry put Penn forward as a candidate for the 30-hour officer position, created under this year's budget.
Penn has been working as a part-time officer since last June. Harry...