In Case you Missed It
Stories from neighboring Patches: December 10 – December 16.
Bites Nearby: Edible Arrangements
Fresh fruit, turned into an art form, becomes an edible, deliverable display.
Rave Reviews for Trexlertown Giant
Patrons enjoy shopping in the new 74,000 square foot Giant store.
Man Rescued from Flipped Car in Lower Milford
Man's car slid, spun, and flipped in Saturday night accident
Theft of $2,178 in Valuables Reported from Lower Mac Home
Items were taken over three-day period, police say.
Toys Too Hot for Santa's Sleigh
Toy trends are manufacturing mixed messages for good little girls and boys.
Parkland Won't Start School Early Next Year After All
District superintendent said he is no longer recommending an earlier start date after teachers union advised against signing a memorandum of understanding.
Naked Man's Court Appearance Continued
Erik Jenkinson of Concord, Mass. will face judge on Feb 22.
Plaid Art Show Seeks Submissions
Dates have been announced for the 13th Annual Plaid Show, and striped, checked art work is sought.
Nazareth Woman Cooked Meth in Home, Police Say
Jaclyn Ditaranto, 21, of the 100 block of W. North St., was sent to Northampton County Prison in lieu of $10,000 bail; she is facing multiple drug charges.
Pending Bills Aim to Limit Prostitution at PA Massage Parlors
A recent U.S. Dept. of State report details horrific accounts of forced prostitution.
Northampton Community College Names Next President
Mark Erickson worked in Lehigh University's administration for 15 years.
Ousted Frat Sues Lafayette
Chi Phi, a fraternity that was disbanded by Lafayette College in 2005, takes school to court to reopen.
Nazareth Grad to Stand Trial in Penn State Sex Scandal
Former Penn State V.P. Gary Schultz has Nazareth roots