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Two incumbents – Rebecca Heid and Alan Earnshaw - came out on top in both the Republican and Democratic primaries for East Penn Board of School Directors on Tuesday, while the field remains competitive for others moving forward to November.
Five candidates for three open seats seats on Emmaus Borough Council could mean voters will be looking at a similar lineup in November.
Incumbent Winfield Iobst defeated challenger John F. Belin Jr. in Tuesday’s Democratic Primary for Emmaus mayor; the only Republican on the ballot was Julian Stolz.
Daniel J. Mohr was the top vote-getter in Tuesday's Upper Milford Supervisor primary, according to unofficial results.
Police & Fire
Theft on E. Greenleaf Street is among the recent incidents reported by Emmaus Police Department.
Here's what you need to know about Tuesday's primary election in Emmaus Borough and Upper Milford Township.
Wells Fargo and St. John's Lutheran Church were damaged by spray paint on the same night, according to Emmaus Police.
An approval on the Costco TIF plan from East Penn School Board also makes Emmaus Patch news this week.
Looking for a job? These businesses in the East Penn area are hiring.
East Penn School Board member Julian Stolz is also running for Emmaus mayor and Emmaus Borough Council, but he won't be allowed to serve on all three bodies if he wins.
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