Aiden Grogg, Cole Hubert and Tyler Pfizenmayer advanced to the 2017 Pennsylvania state wrestling championships for youth wrestlers. It is the equivalent of the PIAA Wrestling Championships that take place in Hershey. The boys competed at the PJW (Pennsylvania Junior Wrestling) Area XIV qualifier last Saturday and earned the right to advance.
Saucon Valley School District Superintendent Monica McHale-Small will announce her resignation less than six months after her current three-year contract was renewed, the Morning Call reported Monday, in an article which cited school board member Ed Inghrim as a source.
Sunday evening the Saucon Valley wrestling family got together one last time to reminisce and reflect on the 2016-2017 wrestling season. About 400 family, friends and wrestlers broke bread at the Meadows before Dan Santoro, 1972 PIAA state champion from Saucon Valley High School, led the way in celebrating another memorable season.
Although Giant Food Stores is cutting hours at some of its other Northampton County supermarkets, the store at 1880 Leithsville Road in Lower Saucon Township will remain open 24 hours a day, a company representative confirmed Tuesday. Continue Reading →
The high school Spring sports season is trying to get under way, however Mother Nature has not been very cooperative. Nonetheless, here is what the Panthers currently have scheduled this week. Of course, depending on the playability of the fields, this is subject to change. Stay tuned! Continue Reading →
After numerous complaints about the condition of major roads in Lower Saucon Township following Tuesday’s winter storm, township officials are encouraging area residents and motorists to report snow-covered or icy state roads to the agency responsible for maintaining them: the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. Continue Reading →
Lower Saucon Township Police say a township resident was cited for careless driving after she allegedly struck another vehicle while driving on Willings Lane near her home in the Society Hill development Monday. Continue Reading →
A Bethlehem area man and woman are both charged with DUI after Lower Saucon Township Police say their Nissan Rogue struck a fire hydrant on Colesville Road near Merryweather Drive shortly before 4 a.m. March 5. Continue Reading →
Hellertown Police say a borough woman has been charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop at Main and Depot streets Wednesday morning. Continue Reading →
Chris Fluck is the owner of Brickhouse Strength. It is an established health and fitness business providing quality services to a faithful following since 2015. Fluck has combined his personal experiences and philosophy with proven techniques to provide a quality fitness outlet that is growing in popularity. Continue Reading →
A major winter storm that dumped more than a foot of snow and sleet on Saucon Valley area roads Tuesday is still causing headaches for local public works departments and PennDOT road crews, as well as motorists and pedestrians. Continue Reading →