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Stories from neighboring Patches: January 7 – January 13

People in hundreds of cars waited up to 90 minutes on Saturday morning to recycle old electronics. The event was sponsored by Parkland's GEO club.

Former Easton Area teachers union president Kevin Deely announced he will run as a Democrat for the 131st District seat.

Yoga and ballroom dance are among the offerings through South Whitehall Parks & Recreation.

Three-quarters of city residents need less than a half-hour to get to work.

Salisbury Township School District officials said students may have been exposed to a person with pertussis, or whooping cough, on Jan. 2 and that parents or their children who have a cough should contact their doctor.

Catharine Ache's Angel Food Cake with Raspberries judged to be the best.

Salisbury Township police said someone tried to break open an ATM at the PNC bank.

The Lower Nazareth Board of Supervisors approved the purchase of Selvaggio Enterprises Inc._ for the purpose of a new municipal building.

Road improvements will cost an additional $1 million, township will look at additional funding sources

Christopher Rothrock, 45, allegedly exchanged explicit text messages with a 12-year-old girl; police then discovered several videos and thousands of images of child pornography in his possession.

The holiday CD was made by Parkland's music production class.

Boyd's Cardinal Hollow Winery is among several Pennsylvania wine makers at the 2012 Farm Show.


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