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Challenger Jim Brunell reflects on his Republican primary victory Tuesday over incumbent Upper Macungie Supervisor chairman Edward Earley.
Here's what you need to know about Tuesday's primary election in Upper Macungie Township.
The Upper Macungie Planning Commission wants to examine plans for the proposed Gas-N-Go fuel station.
The early childhood and preschool learning center has plans to open a location at 8236 Hamilton Blvd. in Breinigsville.
Upper Macungie Supervisors give permission for a proposed conceptual traffic study by Liberty Property Trust to continue. The Bethlehem-based developer wants to build two 1-million-square-foot warehouses near the site.
Upper Macungie Supervisors are seeking $120,000 in grant money to help repair the 'high hazard' Fogelsville Dam.
Upper Macungie Supervisors vote unanimously Thursday night to take ownership of the Russet Road park that was automatically deeded to the township when the Kay Brook Green Hills Association dissolved.
The Upper Macungie Board of Supervisors' Thursday night meeting agenda has not been released, but the board is likely to again discuss who takes over the park.
Patch has sent questionnaire to Upper Macungie Supervisor candidates Edward Earley and Jim Brunell.
Engineers have said they hope construction can start in June, once all proposals are approved.
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