Jul 28, 2014
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Death Threats, Battling School Board Members Top Local News

Upper Milford woman’s bid for township supervisor also makes Emmaus Patch news this week.

Death Threats, Battling School Board Members Top Local News

A motion by East Penn School Director Julian Stolz to retain busing in the 2013-14 school year for those Willow Lane students being bused this year was defeated by a 6-3 vote at Monday’s School Board meeting.

Jefferson Teacher Named B104 Teacher of the Month
Sallie Yencho, who teaches third grade at Jefferson Elementary School, was nominated for the B104 'Teacher Salute' award by one of her students.

Upper Milford Woman to Run for Township Supervisor
Zionsville resident Joyce Moore will run on the Democratic ticket for Upper Milford Township supervisor in November.

Girl at her Orefield-area school is charged after saying she would have schoolmate shot, troopers report.

Impulse Boutique, one of the newest shops to join the stores on the Emmaus Triangle, focuses on carrying unusual yet affordable accessories.

Police Swarm Emmaus Bank But It Was a False Alarm
Police closed intersections and surrounded Sovereign Bank in Emmaus Friday but it was apparently a false alarm

Two Emmaus women were harassed by an Upper Macungie man who threatened to stab them in the head and burn down their house, police say.

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