Meetings are held in the municipal buildings unless otherwise noted.
Parkland School Board, workshop 7 p.m., meeting 8 p.m. in the district administration building, 1210 Springhouse Road, South Whitehall.
South Whitehall Township Commissioners, 7:30 p.m.
Parkland Community Library, 4422 Walbert Ave., South Whitehall, will be having investment fraud bingo 4-5 p.m. April 22.
This version of bingo will educate and entertain groups on the topics of wise and safe investing principles, while having fun and getting informed on what to look out for and who to call with questions.
To register or for more information, call 610-398-1361.
There will be no used book sale this summer.
There will be a porch sale 10 a.m.-4 p.m. April 27, May 22 and June 21.
North Whitehall resident Doug Kern will kick off his Miles for Miracles project with a breakfast fundraiser at Union United Church of Christ, Neffs, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on April 14.
Five years ago, Kern rode a handcycle in the New York City marathon and combined the personal challenge with a fundraiser for the Miracle League of the Lehigh Valley.
The Miracle League offers children with special needs the opportunity to play baseball.
Shoppers flock to Gigantic Garage and Antique Sale in the Agri-Plex.
Hess Gas and Mini-market, 3640 Route 309, Orefield, has $1 million lottery winner.
Children hunt for eggs at Copeechan Fish and Game, Schnecksville.
Volunteers restore Ironton Rail-Trail from Whitehall Parkway to North Whitehall Township.
To handle increased demands in the special education department, Parkland School District has hired an additional supervisor, an action that restores a position eliminated two years ago due to budget constraints.
Andrew L. Weber, supervisor of special education for the Easton Area School District, was approved by the board March 26 at an annual salary of $95,000.
Director of School Services Rob Thornburg commented on the reason for obtaining additional help in special education.
Tilghman Square Associates has received approval from township commissioners for plans to further develop its 34-acre property at 4650 Broadway, South Whitehall.
Improvements to the shopping center include a 3,986-square-foot, one-story retail building; a 10,145-square-foot, two-story commercial building; and eight additional parking spaces on the southeast corner of the site.
These new buildings will be situated across from the former Pa. Expo Center, now being renovated by St. Luke's Hospital and Health Network.
"Hope is not a plan, and failure is not an option," Glenn M. Cannon, PEMA director
Representatives from the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency and other officials from Harrisburg joined local emergency management officials at the dedication of a new building for the Eastern Area Office in Hamburg.
The building will be headquarters for 20 counties from Philadelphia to Susquehanna County, and joins Central and Western district offices to provide emergency help across the state.