Saucon Campus To Open For Fall Athletes With Heavy Restrictions

The wait has now come to a close for high school fall athletes as far as voluntary workouts on campus are concerned.  Granted, there will be many restrictions including social distancing requirements, temperature screenings and limited use of the facilities, but this is the first step on the long road back to normalcy in high school sports.  Designed using two-week intervals, Saucon Valley’s four-phased plan will begin on Monday, June 29.

Kids Pandemic Parenting

How to Talk to Kids About the Pandemic–And Other Scary Stuff

Our children now more than ever are looking to parents for calm amid the chaos. Show them that you are taking steps to keep them safe. Tell them that you love them—now and always. The message you want to convey is, “I am doing my best to care for you and everyone we love.”

Balloon Trees Hope Coronavirus Silver Linings

There are Silver Linings, Even in the Midst of a Pandemic

In a matter of weeks the pandemic has changed how we live our lives, but is that only a bad thing? We don’t believe it has to redefine us completely, so we asked Saucon Source readers to share something positive they have done or experienced as a result of staying at home or slowing down and found that many people have “silver linings” to share.

Dewey Fire Company Fall Fest

An Important Message from the New Dewey Fire Company President

Dewey Fire Company’s new president, Gail Nolf, wants the Hellertown community to know rumors that the company is closing are untrue. Nolf will provide borough council with an important update Monday at 7 p.m. at Hellertown Borough Hall. The community is invited to attend.