A proposed gender studies course–an elective that will be offered to Saucon Valley High School students next year–was approved by the Saucon Valley School Board by a 5-3 vote Tuesday as part of a new program of studies, but not before one school board member made statements that left some parents and meeting attendees visibly upset, shaking their heads and exiting the meeting before it had ended.
A new brow and lash bar opens Thursday at 10 a.m. at 766 Main Street in Hellertown. The Brow Society is the first business venture by owner Allison Guido of Hellertown, whose focus will be on eyebrows, lash extensions and makeup.
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.
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 →
Lower Saucon Township Police say a township man who was allegedly in possession of a small amount of marijuana was charged after he told them he uses the drug to treat anxiety and that it is ‘federally legal’ to do so. Continue Reading →
Tommy Madigan is a junior at Saucon Valley High School. He will be returning to Bucknell University’s Kinney Natatorium tomorrow to participate in his second PIAA State Swimming Championship. Saucon Source was able to catch up with Tommy before he left. Here is what he had to say. Continue Reading →
A massive late winter coastal storm that’s predicted to strike the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast Tuesday is now forecast by the National Weather Service to bring 18 to 24 inches of snow to the Lehigh Valley area, including Hellertown and Lower Saucon Township, in what could be a historic March weather event. Continue Reading →
A call by producers from WLVT-TV, PBS39 has gone out for current and former Hellertown residents with memories to share to attend a community meeting Thursday, March 16 at 6:30 p.m. in the Grist Mill Tavern Room in Hellertown. Continue Reading →
For residents of and visitors to the southern half of Hellertown, access to the Saucon Rail Trail will soon be improved with the addition of a connection at the western terminus of E. Saucon Street. Continue Reading →
Chad Shirk, the winningest coach in Saucon Valley High School wrestling history, has just returned from the 2017 PIAA State Championships in Hershey. Saucon Source was able to catch up with him and ask few questions. Check out what he had to say. Continue Reading →
Joe Harvey is a teacher, author and father of two Saucon students who is one of eight candidates running in the primary election for four open seats on the Saucon Valley School Board. Continue Reading →