Andrew Priliszh, 64, of Rahway, N.J., left St. Luke’s Warren hospital in Phillipsburg Tuesday after a two-and-a-half month stay. During his treatment for life-threatening complications from COVID-19, Priliszh spent 54 days on a ventilator, which required him to have a tracheostomy and other medical interventions that saved his life.
Pennsylvania-based convenience store chain Wawa announced Friday that it is adding an hour designated for shopping by individuals who are considered to be at high-risk for developing complications from the novel coronavirus in all of its New Jersey stores.
Do you want to make this holiday season extra special for a child in need? The Sassy Massey Smiles Foundation needs your help–and your toy donations–to bring smiles to the faces of sick children in the community.
Dr. M. David Preston, 83, of Whiting, N.J., passed away on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at Community Medical Center in Toms River, N.J. He served as Saucon Valley School District Superintendent from 1987 to 1993.
According to PA Weather Action, if Hurricane Florence is east of North Carolina by early Friday the two likely tracks for it are west or north. Either track has the potential to bring devastation to areas within its path.
If you’re hoping the coastal storm that is forecast to affect the area Wednesday will be another ‘miss,’ the chances for that appear to be diminishing. The National Weather Service has upgraded its winter storm watch for the Lehigh Valley and southern Poconos to a winter storm warning for 4 to 10 inches of snow.
Whether you’re planning to eat out on Christmas Day for convenience, because you don’t celebrate Christmas, because you’ll be traveling or for other reasons, in 2017 you’re likely to have more dining options than ever.
A man wanted by Hunterdon County, New Jersey authorities on a felony possession with intent to deliver narcotics charge was arrested following an Aug. 5 traffic stop on Seidersville Road, Lower Saucon Township Police said Wednesday. According to police, Luis Delgado, 23, of the first block of E. Depot Street, Hellertown, was stopped at about 3:40 p.m. for an alleged vehicle code violation. Police said that after he was identified Delgado was taken into custody on the outstanding warrant and arraigned at the central booking center, before being committed to Northampton County Prison without bail.
A Hellertown man who is currently listed on the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office’s “Most Wanted” list was arrested in Bethlehem Friday afternoon, according to the crime summary report issued by the Bethlehem Police Department Monday. Bethlehem police said Ferdinand Vazquez, 27, of the 1100 block of First Avenue, Hellertown, was arrested on an active warrant out of New Jersey and subsequently arraigned as a fugitive from justice. Police said the arrest took place on Essex Court, which is off Pembroke Road in the city’s Marvine section. They added that Vazquez was allegedly in possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia at the time of his arrest. According to the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office website–which lists Vazquez’s last known address as Ontario Street, Bethlehem–he is wanted on a narcotics charge.