Jul 28, 2014

Shot-Out Windows, Gallery Unveiling Top Local News

The death of a beloved local dad also makes Emmaus Patch news this week.

Shot-Out Windows, Gallery Unveiling Top Local News

Emmaus Anniversary Gallery Unveiled in Borough Hall
Official dedication ceremony held Tuesday in Emmaus Borough Hall at 6:30 p.m.

Sony car stereo reported stolen in separate Emmaus incident, police report.

The Farmhouse Restaurant in Emmaus is not shutting its doors for good, contrary to weekend newspaper report.

Emmaus Pokemon Party/Beyblade Tournament Set for March 9
The popular community fundraiser to benefit Autism Speaks will be held at St. Margaret’s Church in Emmaus on Saturday, March 9 from 1 to 4 p.m.

Antique Mall Burglarized for Second Time in 11 Days
Someone walked out of the Zionsville Antique Mall in Upper Milford Township and took two thermometers without paying, police say.

Todd Lynn Trexler, 41, of Emmaus, died on Feb. 18, 2013.

Fillman & Sons Shows Passion for Home Remodeling
Fillman & Sons Floors and More can help customers to complete their 'Honey Do' lists.

$10M County Forensics Center Construction to Begin
Gov. Tom Corbett joins local and regional officials to break ground on the new Cetronia Ambulance Corps Joint Operations Facility.

Allentown man and woman told philanthropist Linny Fowler that they needed money for a sick child, but spent her money instead on clothing, travel and gambling, DA John Morganelli says.

Lincoln Elementary School gathered 1,470 items for the Zionsville Food Bank in a donation drive held in celebration of the 100th day of school.

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