Whitehall Township police are looking for information on a vehicle believed to have been involved in a crash the morning of May 6 at Fullerton and Fairmont avenues, Fullerton.
According to reports, Todd T. Hunger, 61, of Catasauqua, died at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest about an hour after the accident. He was the driver of a motor- cycle.
An investigation by township police and Lehigh County officials has shown the involvement of a second vehicle at the crash site. The second vehicle is a newer-model, four-door sedan that was either dark blue or black in color.
Joe Young, Youngie, as he was known, had a vision a few years back at a friend’s funeral to have his students gather and reminisce about their careers and lives. This thought led to the conception of Youngiefest and the Lehigh County Vo-Tech Machine Shop Reunion from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. May 18 at Victor Talotta Park, 5185 Dewey St., Cementon.
The Joe Young reunion is for all of his students from 1969 onward.
Bath Farmers Market kicks off its 12th season at Keystone Park May 17.
The market will be open 3-7 p.m. every Friday, rain or shine, through the end of September. A ribbon cutting will be held 4 p.m. May 17 with the Greater Bath Area Chamber of Commerce and officials from Bath Borough.
Amanda L. (Nester) Ebeling, of Weisenberg Township, has joined the Robert S. Nester Funeral Home, 8405 Kings Highway, New Tripoli, as a fourth-generation funeral director.
Ebeling received her Pennsylvania license in funeral directing in June 2018 and will be working in a partnership with her father, Robert S. Nester, at their family’s funeral home.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in physiological psychology in 2000 from Arcadia University, Glenside, Montgomery County.
The Korea/Vietnam Memorial Inc. will have a special commemorative program 2 p.m. April 28 at the U.S. Armed Forces Plaza, Lehigh Carbon Community College, Route 309, Schnecksville.
Veterans whose names have been added to the plaza, a Purple Heart recipient, members of the Allentown Veterans Outreach Group and the Fleet Reserve will be honored.
Special recognition will be given to the longtime KVM officers, CEO Frank Ginther and President Robert Wolfe.
LCCC President Dr. Ann Bieber and Director of Veterans Services Leslie Bartholomew will give presentations.
What is auditory processing disorder? That’s what one local Girl Scout would like you to know.
Lena Kugelman, Northampton Area High School junior pursuing her Girl Scout Gold Award, is tackling the issue in her community. Lena’s awareness campaign kicks off 6-8 p.m. April 24 at Siegfried Elementary School when she will hold the first of several information nights in elementary schools within Northampton Area School District.
State Rep. Zach Mako, R-183rd, recently announced over $110,000 in Local Share Account grants were approved by the Commonwealth Financing Authority in Harrisburg for Northampton Borough and Moore Township.
State Sen. Lisa Boscola, D-18th, also recently announced state funding totaling more than $4.22 million for seven projects in Northampton County, one of which was for Northampton Borough.
Northampton Borough received $45,000 to facilitate improvements to the pavilion at Northampton Borough Municipal Pool.
Pennsylvania State Police Troop M, Bethlehem, is investigating numerous thefts from motor vehicles that began April 3.
The thefts have occurred in Lehigh County as listed below:
• Thefts occurred in the 3700 block of Magnolia Drive and the 500 block of Walnut Drive in Northampton. Both were investigated by Lehigh Township Police Department.
On Feb. 11, local members of Quota International gathered at Northampton Banquet & Event Center and celebrated 100 years of Quota International.
Quota International is currently in 14 countries with more than 3,000 members.
The 17 members of Quota of Northampton continue the idea of bringing various talents, professions and ideas to help the needs of the hearing impaired, the deaf and disadvantaged women and children in the Northampton area.
State Rep. Marcia Hahn, R-138th, is the recipient of this year’s Gerald Seyfried Sportsman of the Year Award, presented during the recent Whitetail Deer Classic banquet at Northampton Banquet & Event Center.
“This came as a complete surprise when they called my name,” Hahn said. “Gerald is well known and well respected by our local hunters and anglers, and receiving an award inspired by him is quite an honor.”
The award is named after the former Northampton County executive, an avid sportsman who inspired the creation of the Whitetail Deer Classic, now in its 16th year.