No Rain Date, Ep. 13: Baker Leiane McCarty on Fastnachts & More! No Rain Date: A Podcast
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It’s fitting that our one and only guest on Episode 13 of No Rain Date is Hellertown Bakery owner Leiane McCarty, since she says 13 is her lucky number. Leiane dishes about becoming a baker as well as Fastnacht Day, and how to order the delicious donuts she’ll be frying the old school way…with love.
No Rain Date, Ep. 9: Panther Wrestling Update, Dog Trainer Q&A No Rain Date: A Podcast
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In Episode 9 of No Rain Date we welcome back intrepid Saucon Source sports reporter Keith “Rief” Riefenstahl, who has a big update on the Saucon Valley Panther wrestlers’ successes so far this season. Way to go, guys! Our other guest is dog trainer Rebecca Gamez, who owns The Beauty of Dogs in Fountain Hill. Rebecca explains why she uses a training program called “Training Between the Ears” and answers some commonly asked questions about canine training in our interview. As always, Tony Luchini (Lehigh Valley Weather Authority) has our five-day local weather forecast, which you don’t want to miss.
No Rain Date, Ep. 6: Kevin Branco, Kenny Rampolla, Tony Luchini No Rain Date: A Podcast
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In Episode 6 of No Rain Date we highlight the Saucon Valley news headlines for the week ending Dec. 31, 2019. Happy New Year, 2020! Our guests this week are Main Street Gym owner and current candidate for state representative for the 131st District, Kevin Branco; Lost Tavern Brewing co-owner Kenny Rampolla; and Tony Luchini, the man behind the popular Lehigh Valley Weather Authority Facebook page, who we ask “Where is winter?”
No Rain Date, Ep. 4: Power of Positivity, Fire Co. Update, Snow Trivia No Rain Date: A Podcast
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In this episode we highlight the local news headlines for the week ending Dec. 18, 2019. Episode 4 also includes interviews with local spiritual advisor and volunteer Amy Musser and Hellertown Fire Chief Mike Maguire, as well as the five-day forecast and a weather trivia challenge from Lehigh Valley Weather Authority.
The weather was just about ideal for the annual Coopersburg Halloween Parade Sunday, and it seemed as though most of the Southern Lehigh area’s population was either marching in it or watching it go by.
A resident reported on the neighborhood networking platform Nextdoor Saturday that Fountain Hill Police are being notified about an incident in which his family’s outdoor Halloween decorations were stolen or destroyed Friday evening.
A rare tornado in Upper Bucks County was confirmed by officials from the National Weather Service late this week. The EF1 tornado achieved a maximum wind speed of 95 mph during the time it touched down over a campground in rural Tinicum Township Sunday, shortly before 10 p.m.