The Greater Valley YMCA announced last week that it has been awarded a federal $3 million Community Project Funding grant for the development of the proposed Saucon Creek YMCA facility in Upper Saucon Township.
The U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit in Philadelphia last week alleging that AmerisourceBergen, a pharmaceutical distributor with its headquarters in Montgomery County, contributed to the county’s opioid crisis.
For those who don’t regularly rely on library services it may not seem like a big deal, but for residents of Lower Saucon Township who were Hellertown Area Library cardholders, the news Thursday that Southern Lehigh Public Library will continue to provide them with services and programming no doubt came as a relief.
Three Democrats, one of whom is an incumbent, announced that they are running for Lower Saucon Township Council Thursday. Priscilla deLeon, Victoria Opthof-Cordaro and Laura Ray all said that if elected they will fight to restore library services for residents and to preserve open space in the township.
Registration for recreational baseball and softball in Hellertown and Lower Saucon Township is now open! Don’t miss your family’s chance to register.
Lower Saucon Township resident Kimberly Humberd says council needs to explain what its plan is for providing library services to residents, now that they no longer have access to the Hellertown Area Library.
A dispute between Hellertown borough and Lower Saucon Township officials that began with a disagreement over library services and later spread to involve other previously shared facilities has culminated in a lawsuit filed by the borough in the Northampton County Court of Common Pleas.
A Lower Saucon council member Tuesday sharply criticized a resolution authorizing a lawyer and his firm to be the township’s special legal counsel that also retroactively authorized work performed by the firm on library service matters in 2022.
The Inspire option offers sleep apnea patients a convenient treatment without CPAP machines.