Jul 26, 2014
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Week in Review: January 8 to January 14

Time to catch up on the stories you missed this week on Emmaus Patch.

Week in Review: January 8 to January 14

Dolls are for girls. Trucks are for boys. And, they seem to know it.

Simon Campbell, a school board member in Bucks County, tells a Lehigh Valley Tea Party audience that teachers shouldn't get guaranteed pensions.

Rent increase caused Listen Live Music’s relocation to the Macungie Institute.

Does how we raise our children determine our future as senior citizens?

Horace W. Schantz Funeral Home in Emmaus taken over by carekeeper Dustin Grim.

The Rev. Martin Milne of Zion's Lutheran says the church is waiting to hear back from its insurance company about fixing the damaged glass door.

Seven Generations Charter School principal shares school's creative approach for dealing with mold shut-down.

Surveillance video shows boy walking to display of wicker purses and setting fire to it, WFMZ reports.

Apparently it’s a collapsible saddle rack.

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