Roginsky to serve as
Katlyn Roginsky of Bath is serving as an orientation assistant at Alvernia University for the fall 2013 semester.
Roginsky is a biochemistry major at Alvernia and a graduate of Bethlehem Catholic High School.
Orientation assistants and orientation weekend leaders are current students who assist in making new students feel welcome.
The program is competitive, and involves an application process, in-person interviews, good academic standing and training.
Northampton police responded to these and other calls recently.
· A report of white paint spilled on the deck and wooden table at a residence brought officers to the 500 block of Howertown Road.
· Officers responded to the theft of 50 feet of braided steel safety cable from the billboard in the 500 block of Main Street.
· A call about graffiti painted on several homes and one business brought police to the 1700 and 2000 blocks of Main Street.
A number of burglaries in Whitehall, Coplay, North Catasauqua, Northampton, Lehigh Township, Bath and Walnutport have been solved.
The burglaries took place between Nov. 23, 2012 and May 24, 2013 between the hours of 11:45 p.m. and 5 a.m.
Whitehall addresses where the burglaries took place include 435 Fullerton Ave., 714 Fifth St., 3413 Lehigh St. and 4837 Main St.
Coplay addresses include 4 N. Fourth St. and 109 S. Ninth St.
Monday, August 26: Elem.–Chicken nuggets, mini soft pretzel, steamed peas, sliced peaches, assorted fresh fruit, baby carrots, milk. M.S.–Buffalo chicken steaks, onion rings, assorted fresh fruit, steamed broccoli, baby carrots, milk. H.S.–Buffalo chicken steaks, onion rings, assorted fresh fruit, steamed corn, baby carrots, milk.
· Coplay Community Days – 5-10 p.m. at Coplay Community Park, Second and Kiefer streets. Music, rides and food.
· Zumba – 6:30-7:30 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays at Bethany Wesylan Church, 675 Blue Mountain Drive, Cherryville. For a cost. Information: 610-767-1239.
· Delaware, Lehigh & Susquehanna Model Railroad Club meeting – 7-9 p.m., Coplay Borough Hall, Fourth and Center streets. Information: Dick Lobach at 610-965-2598.
State police were called to BJ's Wholesale Club, 1785 Airport Road, Hanover Township, Lehigh County, May 21 to investigate the theft of a Samsung 46-inch television set.
Police alleged Leroy Curtis of Reading stole the television from BJ's, valued at $1,269.99.
Curtis was found guilty of retail theft and receiving stolen property in Bucks County Court, police said.
An Allentown resident reported to police June 20 the theft of an iPad 2 with a keyboard and case.
If you've ever seen the "Red Green Show," then you will have a true understanding of my story.
If you're not familiar with Red Green, you've probably heard of the TV show "Hoarders." If neither show is familiar to you, just look up the lyrics to Arlo Guthrie's "Alice's Restaurant" and pay particular attention to his descriptions of the garbage.
That's kind of how it was when my husband and I bought a cabin in Maine.
The Whitehall police responded to these and other calls recently.
· A motor vehicle crash brought officers to the 600 block of Fairmont Avenue.
· Officers assisted EMS in the 400 block of Kansas Avenue.
· A theft of two bicycles brought police to the 1900 block of Sunset Drive.
· Officers responded to an alarm in the 3400 block of Limestone Drive.
· The theft of an iPad brought police to the 300 block of Fifth Street.
· A report of three children on skateboards brought officers to Hokendauqua Street.
North Catasauqua police responded to these and other calls recently.
· A theft from a vehicle brought officers to the 1000 block of Fifth Street.
· Police responded to a report of loud music on Second and Arch streets.
· A report of a hazardous condition brought officers to the 400 block of Arch Street.
· Officers assisted EMS in the 600 block of Green Street.
· A report of a fight brought police to the 400 block of Howertown Road.
· Officers responded to a report of a stolen gun in the 1000 block of Third Street.
Within the last couple of weeks, another former governor of Pennsylvania – Gov. William Scranton Jr. – passed away, marking the second such occurrence in the past few months.
The loss of loved ones is traumatic for remaining family members to whom I offer my deepest and sincere sympathy for their loss.
They, as well as all residents of this commonwealth, should know a greatly engaged Pennsylvanian has completed a lifetime of work and service to his community, this commonwealth, our country and the world.