East Penn Press

Monday, January 21, 2019

BRIEFLY

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 by The Press in News Briefs

Martin announces re-election bid

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Lehigh County District Attorney James B. Martin announced Jan. 3 he will run for re-election to the Office of District Attorney of Lehigh County in 2019.

He will seek the nomination of the Republican Party at the primary election in May.

Martin has been District Attorney of Lehigh County since January 1998 when he was appointed by the Lehigh County Commissioners to succeed Judge

BRIEFLY

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 by The Press in News Briefs

Safety challenge deadline

PENNDOT

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation recently announced the deadline for students to submit ideas for the department’s “Innovations Challenge” is extended to Jan. 25.

Students in grades 9 through 12 are invited to explore innovative technologies and methods – aside from laws and educational campaigns – to get drivers to slow down in work zones.

The contest aims to educate students on challenges the department faces and encourage them to consider PennDOT as a future employer.

Cookbook now available

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 by The Press in News Briefs

ALLENTOWN

Allentown Public Library is offering an appetizing cookbook called “What’s Cooking at the Library: 100 Years of Good Taste.”

The centennial cookbook is priced to sell.

The spiral-bound book contains 344 recipes contributed by more than 30 library employees and families.

There also is an eclectic mix of handed-down family recipes, modern dishes and tried-and-true favorites, including German potato salad, chicken divan, pork barbecue and Moravian sugar cake.

All proceeds benefit the library.

BRIEFLY

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 by The Press in News Briefs

EHS artist recognized

PBS39

PBS39 recently announced the winners of its Artist of the Month Contest for 2019.

This annual contest, gives young artists in kindergarten through 12th grade the chance to be featured by PBS39 on air, on Facebook and on the station’s website.

This year’s student submissions included music, fine art, writing, digital media and performing arts.

BRIEFLY

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 by The Press in News Briefs

Construction continues

L. MACUNGIE LIBRARY

Lower Macungie Library will be closed for four weeks starting Jan. 21 to complete the construction/renovation project.

The library will reopen Feb. 18.

The library has suspended its lending policy to allow patrons to “stock up” during the closure. No items will be due until Feb. 18.

Book Nook now open

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 by The Press in News Briefs

Friends of the epl

Thanks to the expansion of the Emmaus Public Library, the EPL Friends can now offer quality books at affordable prices year-round at the Book Nook, located between the DVD section and the door of the Margaret Knoll Garden Community Room.

The price dot guide on display indicates most books are specially priced.

Books are sorted by category including recent fiction, biographies, general fiction, history/government/law and humor. There is a good selection of children’s books. Purchases can be made at the circulation desk.

BRIEFLY

Thursday, January 10, 2019 by The Press in News Briefs

Construction continues

L. MACUNGIE LIBRARY

Lower Macungie Library will be closed for four weeks starting Jan. 21 to complete the construction/renovation project.

The library will reopen Feb. 18.

The library has suspended its lending policy to allow patrons to “stock up” during the closure. No items will be due until Feb. 18.

Accepting race

Thursday, January 10, 2019 by The Press in News Briefs

pediatric cancer

Registration is now open for the Pediatric Cancer Foundation of Lehigh Valley’s Ready, Set, Gold 8K Run/5K Walk to be held April 13 at the Ironton Rail Trail, Coplay.

Run begins 8:30 a.m. The 5K Walk will begin 9 a.m. Registration and packet pickup begin 7 a.m.

Come early and check out the merchandise table and the raffle.

Visit with various characters and listen to music before the event.

Cookbook now available

Thursday, January 10, 2019 by The Press in News Briefs

ALLENTOWN

Allentown Public Library is offering an appetizing cookbook called “What’s Cooking at the Library: 100 Years of Good Taste.”

The centennial cookbook is priced to sell.

The spiral-bound book contains 344 recipes contributed by more than 30 library employees and families.

There also is an eclectic mix of handed-down family recipes, modern dishes and tried-and-true favorites, including German potato salad, chicken divan, pork barbecue and Moravian sugar cake.

All proceeds benefit the library.