While many high school students spend the dog-days of summer hanging at the beach or lounging at the pool, Panther junior Josh Jones was competing, tooth and nail, against the best wrestling competition the United States has to offer. Jones spent the last week in Fargo, North Dakota participating in the U.S. Marine Corps Cadet National Championships on the campus of North Dakota State University.
Gresham was arrested by Pennsylvania State Police at Belfast and following a preliminary arraignment before District Judge Anthony Rapp was sent to Northampton County Prison in lieu of $15,000 bail, according to court records.
If you are one of the many Society Hill, Saucon View and other residents of the Friedensville Road neighborhood just west of the Water Street Bridge who regularly walk, jog or bike into Hellertown, some news shared at Borough Council’s meeting Monday night will likely please you.
In less than two weeks the Saucon Valley youth football organization will begin their official practices for the upcoming 2017 season. This week, however, roughly 60 Little Panthers took advantage of a yearly preseason clinic sponsored by the Saucon Valley High School football program to get a jump-start and refine their football skills for the upcoming season. Continue Reading →
Hellertown Borough Council heard several recommendations for pedestrian safety improvements along the Main Street corridor Monday night, including one to install electronic countdown clocks at the four intersections with traffic lights in the borough: at High Street, Water Street, Penn Street and Walnut Street. Continue Reading →
Miss Marlena Natalie Sieradzki and Mr. Steve Daniel Hollander were united in marriage on Saturday, July 8, 2017 at two o’clock in the afternoon at St. Theresa of the Child Jesus in Hellertown, Pa. Continue Reading →
Hellertown Police say an Allentown man has been charged with possession of a small amount of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia after he was allegedly found in possession of the drug shortly before 2 p.m. July 6 in the 1300 block of Whitaker Street. Continue Reading →
Brickhouse Strength founder and owner Chris Fluck recognized a need in the great, wide world of athletics and he acted on it. Fluck organized a camp and curriculum that would give young females an opportunity to learn how to move their bodies in a safe and efficient manner. Continue Reading →
PennDOT officials reportedly admitted to Lower Saucon Township officials Friday that they recently placed ‘No Thru Street’ signs at Black River Road and Surrey Road, and Bingen Road and Quarter Mile Road without consulting the township. Continue Reading →