In addition to February hours for borough residents, Hellertown borough officials Wednesday announced that compost center ID cards will be sold to Lower Saucon Township residents who wish to continue using the facility beginning March 1.
If you’re accustomed to shopping at the Hellertown Dollar General store between the hours of 6 and 8 p.m., you’re going to have to change your routine for the time being.
State Rep. Jeanne McNeill (D-Lehigh) has announced new satellite office hours at Fountain Hill Borough Hall, which is located at 941 Long Street in the borough.
Once named one of the busiest restaurants in the entire chain, the Waffle House on Cherry Lane in Bethlehem is currently only open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily, leaving some longtime customers asking “why?”
After a nearly three-and-a-half-year closure that ended in November, Yianni’s Taverna is officially celebrating its rebirth by hosting a Grand Reopening & Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony with the Hellertown-Lower Saucon Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, Feb. 9.
The area’s favorite breweries have been working hard to make arrangements for service, both indoors and outdoors, for their loyal customers to enjoy following Tom Wolf’s announcement that much of Pennsylvania will enter the green phase of reopening on Friday, June 26.
The convenience store chain Wawa has announced temporary changes for self-service areas of its stores as a result of the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
In response to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic some local merchants who remain open are setting aside the first hour they are open each day as a time for seniors to shop, as well as adjusting their store hours to allow more time for restocking and cleaning.
The owners of Hellertown’s new sports bar held a soft opening for invited guests Thursday at their establishment at 605 Main Street, and by the time you read this Wings on Main Sports Bar & Grille will be open to the community.
Love making things go boom? You should be aware that a new ordinance that regulates both consumer and professional fireworks displays recently took effect in Lower Saucon Township.