Week in Review: Jan. 17 to Jan. 22
Time to catch up on the stories you missed this week on Emmaus Patch.
Here are descriptions and links to some of the most popular stories on Emmaus Patch this week: January 17 to January 22.
Monday, January 17, 2011
MOMS Club Pulls Off a Bloody Coup
With blood supplies low, the MOMS Club of Lower Macungie/Emmaus put together a last-minute drive for donations.
Café 29 has become Café Bachi’s
The new version of an established restaurant opens tomorrow, Jan 18, at 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Emmaus Council Tables Discussion of Part-Time Officer Pay
Council members discover the officers are already getting paid at a rate comparable to other municipalities.
Grass Roots Group Wants to Learn About East Penn Schools
EPIC has organized a forum with school officials to discuss such things as the district’s budget, class size, state mandates and more.
Winter Storm Makes for Pretty Pictures in Emmaus and Upper Milford
A wintry mix coated trees, signs and streets as another winter storm passes over the region.
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Yeakels Mill Road Bridge Will Remain a Two-way Span
Upper Milford officials listened to residents' concerns about making the road one-way; instead, it will get a new STOP sign for eastbound traffic.
Emmaus Public Library Needs $281,000 to Complete Children's Wing
The Emmaus Public Library appeals to residents to raise funds for the $700,000 project with a St. Valentine's Gala.
Firefighter's Family Dog Finds its Way Home
After missing for three nights, Bob Schwoyer's dog, Tucker, came back home to the delight of Schwoyer's daughters.
Emmaus Ice Hockey Endures for 20 Years
For 20 years, ice hockey has survived as a popular club sport thanks to support from fans and fundraisers.
Thursday, January 13, 2011
East Penn and Parkland Help to Build a Cyber School
East Penn and Parkland Help to Build a Cyber School Emmaus High School and Parkland High School students are enrolled in the cyber school.
Girl Scout Cookies go on Sale Today
The Girl Scouts also hope to ship about 4 million packages to the military serving overseas.
The Parent Trap
Facing teen driving with fear and eagerness.
Friday, January 14, 2011
Plumbers Invited to Meeting for Vera Cruz Sewer Project
Upper Milford Supervisors say analysis shows 85 percent of homes in Vera Cruz have malfunctioning septic systems.
Officials Talk About Grants, Green Space and Government
Representatives from Upper and Lower Macungie and South Whitehall townships formed a panel for a Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber councils lunch.
East Penn Takes a Fourth Snow Day
The District cancels classes and transportation for Friday, Jan. 21.
Saturday, January 14, 2011
Connie Moyer: Four-time National Clucking Champion
Professionally known as Henrietta the Dancing Chicken, Connie Moyer now clucks now clucks for fits and giggles.
Honda Dealership Reports Two New Cars Stolen
Vehicles taken from two Emmaus lots have total value of $72,000.
From Sicily to Emmaus, Franco Armetta Finds a Home
Son of a barber turned pizza shop owner, the Armetta's have put their mark on local business.
Work Never Ends on the Farm
Winter only makes jobs clumsier, colder.