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Stories from neighboring Patches: January 14 – January 20

Chester Geyer placed among the top 10 auctioneers in the state.

The Republican Party should fire the caterer.

The Easton Area School Board could give the public more time to speak at meetings. What do you think?

Four local riders competed at the UCI Masters Cyclocross World Championships Jan. 12-15.

The Parkland School Board tabled the bus ad initiative on 5-3 vote at its meeting Tuesday night after two residents and a fellow board member spoke in opposition.

Salisbury Township School District's declining enrollment, rising costs, have implications for budgets over next five years, business administrator says.

From Jan. 22 to Jan. 28, it will be a lot cheaper to dine at some of Easton's best restaurants.

The teachers union was in early bird contract negotiations with the Parkland School District administration.

Fire started in a spray paint booth, chief says.

Congressmen Charlie Dent and Tim Holden say they do not support the Stop Online Piracy Act.

Nearly two months after the Salisbury High School varsity football coach Rob Sawicki resigned amid controversy, the district has replaced him with Parkland High School's assistant coach Andy Cerco.

Bethlehem mayor joins bipartisan coalition supporting marriage rights for gay, lesbian couples.

On Jan. 13, Amanda Kehs' goat Stuck on Farm Rena was awarded the title "Alpine Champion" at the 2012 Pennsylvania Farm Show. Kehs is from Hellertown.


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