Lehigh Valley developer Nat Hyman has apologized for a letter sent March 23 threatening his tenants with eviction if they do not pay their rent.
According to an anonymous email sent to The Press Monday evening, the letter to tenants reads, in part, as follows:
“We understand that these are difficult times and some of you may have lost your jobs and/or be on unemployment. Despite these circumstances, you are required to pay your rent on time.
St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fogelsville, has canceled its Lenten evening prayer services through March 31.
Morning Lenten confession and prayer is scheduled until April 1 and the youth egg coloring and community Easter Egg Hunt scheduled for April 3 and 4 is also canceled.
Pastor Nelson Quinones may still be reached in case of any emergencies by calling the church office.
For any type of assistance (groceries, errands, etc.), do not hesitate to call the office.
There are several church members willing to help. For information, call 610-395-5535.
Upper Macungie Township is offering a free Easter Bunny Scramble (egg hunt) for children ages 12 and younger 10:30 a.m. on April 4 at Lone Lane Park, 30 Lone Lane.
The event will be held rain or shine.
Children must be registered to receive prizes and giveaways.
There will be music, light concession foods, giveaways and pictures with the Easter Bunny.
To register or for more information, go to uppermac.org or call 610-395-4892.
Orefield Middle School Theater students will present their version of the Broadway musical “Guys and Dolls” March 5 through 7.
This two-act musical set in 1920s New York City and Havana, Cuba, tells the overlapping story of gambler Nathan Detroit, who is engaged to Miss Adelaide, the headliner at the Hot Box Club and high-roller Sky Masterson, who falls in love with mission worker Sarah Brown.
The performance opens with Detroit, played by Andrew Saches searching for the next location for his illegal “floating” craps game.
A Montgomery County demolition and environmental contractor has been awarded a $12.7 million contract to demolish the former Allentown State Hospital off Hanover Avenue in east Allentown.
On July 2, 2019, Gov. Tom Wolf signed S.B. 701 which was introduced by state Sen. Patrick Browne, R-16th.
The bill authorized the competitive solicitation committee, which included Browne, state Rep. Mike Schlossberg, D-132nd, and official representatives of Allentown and Bethlehem to review proposals and recommend a buyer.
Mid 30-degree temperatures did not deter the 50-plus groundhog aficionados from gathering 7 a.m. Feb. 2 at Wehr’s Dam, South Whitehall, to watch Jahde and his nephew, Lee, float down the Jordan Creek.
As members and supporters of Grundsau Lodsch Nu. 16 awaited the groundhog’s weather prediction, they were treated to cookies and hot beverages.
Lodsch Haaptmann David Adam of Orefield opened this year’s ceremony by welcoming everyone in Pennsylvania Dutch.
Good Will Fire Company No. 1, 7723 Hamilton Blvd., Trexlertown, will be cooking up breakfast from 8 a.m. from 12:30 p.m. Feb. 9.
Meal includes two eggs cooked to order, one to three pancakes, two choices of meats — sausage, ham, bacon or mackerel — toast, coffee, orange juice and water.
Parkland Community Library, 4422 Walbert Ave., South Whitehall, is hosting a take your child to the library day for all ages 10 a.m. Feb. 1.
The former treasurer of an Upper Macungie nonprofit animal rescue group has been charged with theft and receiving stolen property after allegedly stealing more than $11,000.
According to an affidavit of probable cause and criminal complaint obtained from District Judge Michael Faulkner’s office, Upper Macungie Police Detective Jason Wheeler stated that around April 28, 2018, police received a complaint from Linda Green, president of The Sanctuary of Haafsville.
The U.S. Census Bureau kicked of its 2020 decennial census Jan. 21 in the rural Village of Toksook Bay, Alaska.
National Census Day, however, isn’t officially observed until April 1.
Robert F. Toth Jr., area census office manager with the Philadelphia Regional Census Center, Allentown Area office, 3900 Hamilton Blvd., South Whitehall, told The Press Jan. 17 his office, which covers Lehigh, Northampton, Carbon, Monroe, Luzerne, Lackawanna, Pike and Wayne counties, is still in the recruiting phase of hiring workers.
A home in the 3000 block of Jordan Road, in the Grist Mill Estates development North Whitehall Township, was burglarized between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m. Jan. 25, State Police Troop M, Bethlehem, say. Police say two juvenile runaways from KidsPeace, 5300 KidsPeace Drive, Orefield, burglarized the home.
The juveniles were allegedly found in possession of the stolen property, police say.