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Lehigh Carbon Community College reopened its Schnecksville campus at its regular scheduled time Wednesday morning after a bomb threat forced the school's evacuation.
State police, volunteer firefighters and a K-9 unit from Palmer Township were dispatched mid-morning Aug. 14 to conduct a bomb sweep of the campus.
Meetings are held in municipal building.
Parkland School Board, 7 p.m. workshop; at 8 p.m. meeting in the district administration building, 1210 Springhouse Road, South Whitehall.
North Whitehall Township Supervisors, 7:30 p.m. LCA conditional use hearing for wastewater treatment plant.
Upper Macungie Township Zoners, 6:30 p.m. to hear the appeal of Bruce Krause, d.b.a. Elite Lawn Care, 411 Grange Road, Allentown, for a special exception for general home occupation.
The Minsi Trails Boy Scout Council recently had its awards dinner at the Holiday Inn, Fogelsville.
Forgotten Felines and Fidos animal shelter, Germansville, has the following cats available for adoption.
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Ontelaunee Park in Lynn Township was established in 1929 by Homer Nathan Snyder.
Many of its early attractions made the park a popular place for people to visit.
Coal car Engine No. 99 pulled passengers through a tunnel and around the swimming pool.
At one time, Ontelaunee Park had its own baseball team that played teams from the surrounding area.
The park, a fun, family friendly place for all ages to enjoy became such a popular destination the Reading Railroad created a stop there.
Union United Church of Christ, Neffs, will have its annual Blues Nite Out with entertainment and refreshments on two evenings in the lovely church grove.
The Bryant Brothers will perform 7-10 p.m. on Aug. 24. Groovitude, a young band from Center Valley, will be on stage from 4-6:30 p.m. Aug. 25
Sarah Ayers will be returning to Neffs grove from 7-10 p.m. that Saturday after a two-year absence due to vocal chord concerns.
Ayers has slowly returned to singing by limiting her engagements. She is now eager to make her seventh appearance at Blues Nite.
Parkland School District and regional emergency responders conducted a large-scale emergency drill simulating an active shooter entering the high school during a school day.
More than 100 school district staff and police cadets played the roles of teachers, parents and students during the exercise on Aug. 8, which allowed emergency responders and staff to practice crisis response plans.
Taking part in the drill were: South Whitehall Township police and firefighters, Northeast Pennsylvania Regional Counter Terrorism Task Force,
Congregation Keneseth Israel, Allentown, recently had its annual flea market.
Hannah Killian, youth services librarian at Parkland Community Library, is planning a special event, "Touch a Truck," for people of all ages on the lawn at the South Whitehall Township municipal complex.
Township commissioners voiced enthusiastic approval at their Aug. 1 meeting for the event scheduled for 10 a.m.-noon Sept. 29.
Killian foresees having fire trucks, ambulances, police vehicles and public works equipment on display for children and adults to see and touch.