Revolutions Bowling Alley

Revolutions Property Sold to New Owner

Est. Read Time: 2 mins

The Lower Saucon Township property that previously housed a multi-venue entertainment center called Revolutions at Saucon Valley has been sold, but so far little information is available about the new owner or their plans for the large space.

Fresh Goals, Never frozen

Don’t Let Winter Freeze Your Goals: Bar Talk with Eric Bartosz

Est. Read Time: 5 mins

As with most things, our perspective determines what we see. If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. That certainly holds true for the winter months and the potential for outdoor enjoyment. Get out there and keep your 2022 goals and resolutions from getting frozen in place!

Snow Slush Ice

Sunday’s Snow Turns to Monday’s Slop

Est. Read Time: 3 mins

The winter storm that began late Sunday dumped as much as 4 inches of snow across the area before the snow changed to sleet, freezing rain and then rain. Monday morning the rain changed back to light snow, though barely enough to coat the slush puddles that formed as temperatures rose into the 30s.

Angry Jack Axe Throwing Club Bethlehem

Why Throw Axes? It’s ‘Cheaper Than Therapy,’ Business Owner Says.

Est. Read Time: 4 mins

Angry Jack’s Axe Throwing Club owners AJ & Nikki Mitchell recently opened their fourth location in the Outlets at Wind Creek in Bethlehem; an opening that fortuitously coincided with Black Friday. The Mitchells hope more people in the area will discover the fun that comes from axe throwing.

Hellertown Police

Woman Assaulted Man Inside Moving Vehicle, Police Say

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A Hellertown woman is facing misdemeanor charges of simple assault and recklessly endangering another person as well as a summary citation for harassment after police say she assaulted her boyfriend inside a moving vehicle with two young children inside it.

St Lukes Health Network Vaccination

SLUHN: COVID-Positive Patient Data ‘Contradicts Public Narrative’

Est. Read Time: 3 mins

Most of the patients being treated for COVID in local hospitals aren’t there for other reasons, St. Luke’s University Health Network officials said in a news release Thursday; a statistic they said “contradicts the recent public narrative that most hospitalized COVID inpatients tested positive for the coronavirus incidentally only after being admitted to the hospital for other reasons.”

Annalise Barner

SV Senior, Annalise Barner, Hopes to be LLS ‘Student of the Year’

Est. Read Time: 3 mins

Saucon Valley senior Annalise Barner is hoping to be recognized as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of the Greater Lehigh Valley’s local “Student of the Year.” Barner said that as Student of the Year she will represent both the organization’s and her community’s values, but she also has a more personal reason for seeking the honor.