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Thursday, February 7, 2013 by Male-Mauser in Social News

Local couple to wed

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Male of Moore Township announce the engagement of their daughter, Becky, to Wasyl Mauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wasyl Mauser of Allen Township.

The bride-elect is a graduate of Northampton Area High School and East Stroudsburg University.

She is employed by Buxmont Academy, Bethlehem.

The groom, a graduate of Northampton Area High School, is employed by Mauser Brothers Homes by Wasyl.

The couple is planning a June 8,...

Article By: The Press

Thursday, February 7, 2013 by The Press in Social News



25th & Livingston Streets

Allentown, 18104 - 610-435-0712

8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer

9 a.m. Holy Communion

'28 Book of Common Prayer

9 a.m. Church School

Wed., 10 a.m. Healing Service

Rev. Joseph S. Falzone




3449 Cherryville Road

Northampton - 610-262-5645


IronPigs Charities benefit

Thursday, February 7, 2013 by The Press in Social News


Erik Kratz, above left, former Lehigh Valley IronPigs baseball player and now a Philadelphia Phillies catcher, and Kevin Frandsen, above right, former IronPigs third baseman now playing for the Phillies, were among honored guests and speakers at the Phillies Winter Banquet IronPigs Charities benefit.

Northampton County senior menus

Thursday, February 7, 2013 by For locations, call 610-559-3245. in Social News

Wednesday, Feb. 6: Chicken corn chowder, Circle R burger, baked beans, rainbow pasta salad, applesauce.

Thursday, Feb. 7: Chicken noodle bake, sliced carrots, wheat bread with margarine, pineapple tidbits.

Friday, Feb. 8: Italian wedding soup, marinated turkey cutlet, red potatoes, succotash, wheat bread with margarine, peanut butter cookie.

Monday, Feb. 11: Homemade chicken croquettes, gravy, mashed potatoes, broccoli raisin salad, chilled pears.

Tuesday, Feb. 12...

Catty women give back to community

Wednesday, January 30, 2013 by MARK RECCEK in Local News

Women in the Catasauqua and surrounding communities interested in connecting and socializing with other females might want to consider looking into the Catasauqua Woman's Club.

The club, started 1921, is a charitable organization, said club President Yvonne Retzler.

The club offers the opportunity for members to invest in and give back to the community.

"You do participate in worthy projects," Retzler said of the organization.

The organization, Retzler noted,...

Hanover council has a new chairman

Wednesday, January 30, 2013 by PAUL CMIL Special to The Press in Local News

In its reorganization meeting for 2013, a meeting held Jan. 14, Hanover Township Council elected Frank Dreisbach as chairman. Dreisbach will replace Bruce Paulus who had held the position for a decade.

"We change chairman on a lot of our township committees, so this is not unusual," said Dreisbach after the meeting.

Councilman William Kovacs placed Dreisbach's name in nomination. Voting in favor of the new chairman were Councilmen Randall Atkinson, Michael Wooley, Kovacs and...

North Catty getting more for less

Wednesday, January 30, 2013 by LINDA WOJCIECHOWSKI in Local News

When North Catasauqua Borough Council President Joe Keglovits opened the new bids for the borough's garbage hauling contract, the news was good.

"It would appear the low bidder is McAuliffe," he said at the Jan. 22 council meeting. "Now, at $207,000, [a second round of bids] worked in our favor."

When bids from three haulers had been opened in December, the low bidder was McAuliffe at an annual rate of about $214,000, but those bids were scrapped when it was discovered an...


Wednesday, January 30, 2013 by The Press in Local News

Catasauqua resident Hailey Deschaine, left, and Kayla Herr of Northampton bundle up and try to stay warm outside the Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft store in the MacArthur Road Shopping Center on Sunday afternoon while selling Girl Scout Cookies. The girls are Junior Girl Scouts with Troop 6998 from Holy Trinity United Church of Christ in Catasauqua.


Wednesday, January 30, 2013 by ANDREW CASS Special to The Press in Local News

The Lehigh County Board of Commissioners finally approved the Green Future Fund at its Jan. 23 meeting, after tabling it on three previous occasions.

The full $1.06 million will be funded and paid for by money received from impact drilling fees through natural gas.

The bill will fund the Martin Luther Trail in Allentown, the Saucon Rail Trail in Upper Saucon Township, Camp Olympic renovations in Lower Macungie Township, the Lindberg Park connection trail in Salisbury Township,...