Emmaus High Bomb Hoax Charges, Willow Lane Changes Top Local News
Final field emerging in race for Emmaus Borough Council also makes Emmaus Patch news this week.
3 Metal Buckets Reported Stolen, Police Say
Theft at Yeakel Roofing is among the incidents reported by the Emmaus Police Department between March 1 and March 12, 2013.
Five Candidates Running for Emmaus Council
Five candidates—two Republicans and three Democrats—are running for Emmaus Borough Council in the May 21 primary, according to an unofficial voter registration list.
2 Emmaus Councilmen Vying for County Commissioner
Fourteen candidates are running for Lehigh County commissioner seats in the May 21 primary, according to an unofficial voter registration list.
Car Hit Tree, Boulder and Rolled Over, Police Say
Emmaus woman lost control on curve in Upper Milford Township, troopers report.
Stonewood Interiors: Gifts & 30 Years of Home Design Savvy
Owner Donna Wood has worked in the interior design business for 30 years and says her vast experience is one thing that makes Stonewood Interiors different from its competition.
East Penn Parents: You Can Add 2 'Alert Now' Phone Numbers
Parents can now list up to three phone numbers they want the district to call in case of emergency.
Register Now: Borough Summer Parks Program
Registrations for the 2013 Emmaus Summer Parks Program are now being accepted at Emmaus Borough Hall.
3 Hires, Tenure Approved by East Penn School Board
East Penn School Board approves several personnel changes.
9th-Grader Charged in Emmaus High Bomb Hoax, Police Say
A ninth-grade student has been charged with making terroristic threats in relation to a December 2012 bomb hoax at Emmaus High School, police say.
Willow Lane Plans Approved in Narrow Vote
Directors of the East Penn School Board vote 4-3 in favor of approving physical changes to the Willow Lane Elementary School grounds.
Finish Line Gets New Name, New Emmaus Location
A grand reopening is planned for Saturday as The Finish Line Running Store reopens with a new name at a new location at 322 Main St. in Emmaus.
Emmaus ‘Party’ Nets Nearly $700 for Autism Speaks
Third Annual Pokemon Party and Beyblade Tournament brings community together in support of autism research.