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School Board Squabble, Cop Attacked Top Local News

Candidates and a Taser also make Lower Macungie Patch news this week.

School Board Squabble, Cop Attacked 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.

Emmaus High School Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

Ten Emmaus High School Seniors solidify plans to attend Division I and Division II colleges in Fall 2013.

Wanted: Municipal Engineer for Macungie

Macungie Borough Council has put out a Request for Qualifications in an attempt to review the position of Borough Engineer.

Man was talking incoherently and would not leave Macungie apartment, a borough officer reports. And then he turned on the officer.

Ryan Conrad Seeks Re-election to Lower Macungie BOC

Conrad wants to keep his seat on the Lower Macungie Township Board of Commissioners.

Roger Reis Seeks Re-election to Lower Macungie BOC

Reis wants to keep his seat on the Lower Macungie Township Board of Commissioners.

3 Resignations Approved in East Penn Schools

The East Penn School Board voted to accept some resignations, appoint several to open jobs and move other workers around at its meeting Monday night.

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