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Government, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
At a 9 a.m. press conference Tuesday, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett said the worst of Hurricane Sandy is over, but there are 1.3 million without power and two deaths.
Upper Macungie Supervisors vote 2-1 to become an "intervenor" in the lawsuit involving Allentown's new hockey arena.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Upper Macungie officials agree to lease four more acres for the site of the new Parkland Community Library.
Breinigsville residents of the Highgate development are upset about a 30-foot easement behind their properties, but Upper Macungie Supervisors said there wasn't anything they could do.
Government, Police & Fire
Upper Macungie Supervisors on Thursday hired two lieutenants and an office manager for its new police force.
A new company that fabricates steel for bridges will take over the Rarlon Iron Works buildings on Farm Bureau Road.
The Upper Macungie Planning Commission approves plans for a new 375,000 square-foot warehouse that will be built without a tenant to occupy it.
Government, Business, Patch's House & Home
Upper Macungie Planners approve Niagara Bottling’s plans to add an 8,700 square-foot addition onto its manufacturing facility on Industrial Boulevard.
The Berks-Lehigh Regional Police Commission meets tonight to discuss disbanding the police department.
Property developers seek a zoning variance to build a large Wawa off Cetronia Road.
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