Darryl "Skip" R. Laub, 73, of Northampton, died March 7, 2014, at Lehigh Valley Hospital, Muhlenberg Campus, Bethlehem. He was the husband of Jane (Tracy) Laub for 54 years.
Born in Northampton, he was a son of the late Roy and Mildred (Hallman) Laub.
He was a SP4 in the U.S. Army from 1958 until 1962.
He was a Northampton High School graduate.
Daniel R. Ringer, 90, of Sun City Center, Fla, and formerly of Whitehall and Schnecksville, died March 7, 2014, in the Hospice House of Sun City Center, Fla. He was the husband of the late Shirley E. (Blose) Ringer.
Born in Whitehall Township, he was a son of the late Roy H. and Verna A. (Hahn) Ringer.
He owned and operated the family farm in Whitehall Township for 42 years before retiring in 1990. He was a real estate broker for Lehigh-North Realty Company, Whitehall, for eight years.
He was a member of St. John's UCC Mickleys, Whitehall.
Maryann W. Krause, 73, of Laurys Station, North Whitehall Township, died March 12, 2014, at Lehigh Valley Hospital, Salisbury Township. She was the wife of Rayburn R. Krause for 52 years.
Born in Allentown, she was a daughter of the late Michael and Marion (Waltz) Sywenki.
She was a trimmer and matcher for the former Cross Country Clothes-Botany 500 Group, Northampton. Previously, she worked in the same capacity for the former Tama Manufacturing Company, Northampton, and as manager of the bakery/deli departments, Weis Market, Bethlehem.
Charles J. Bauer, 72, of Whitehall, died March 14, 2014, at Manor Care, Salisbury Township. He was the husband of Maria A. (Camody) Bauer for 53 years.
Born in Coplay, he was a son of the late Charles F. and Mary M. (Molassa) Bauer.
He was a 1960 graduate of Allentown Central Catholic High School.
He was the director of HMS Ambulance Corp and the Whitehall-Coplay Ambulance. He was the proprietor of the former Sunrise Coffee Inc. and the Danielsville Hotel in the 1970s. A drummer, he was the band leader of the former Universals and the Fabulous Five.
Charles Nush, 91, of Whitehall, died March 10, 2014, at home. He was the husband of Lillian (Bosh) Nush for 62 years.
Born in Ormrod, he was the son of the late Nicholas and Catherine (Borsuk) Nush.
He was naval veteran of World War II.
He was a maintenance helper for the former Trojan Powder Company, Orefield, and previously was employed by the former Lehigh Portland Cement Company and Bethlehem Steel Corporation.
He was a member of St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church, Northampton.
North Catasauqua police responded to these and other calls recently.
· A report of a suspicious person brought officers to the 1000 block of Second Street.
· Officers assisted EMS on Front Street.
· Police were called to the 500 block of Hunter Street to investigate a report of a suspicious activity.
· An alarm summoned officers to the 1400 block of Main Street.
· Officers assisted EMS in the 1100 block of Second Street.
· A report of a suspicious activity brought police to the 500 block of Hunter Street.
An alarm that sounded 3 a.m. Sunday summoned Coplay police to the 100 block of North Seventh Street.
The homeowner told police she found the front door of her residence open.
Police inspected the home and found the area all secure.
Suspicious man reported
Police were called March 14 to the 500 block of Schreiber Avenue to investigate a report of a man wearing dark glasses sitting in a vehicle with a New Jersey registration.
The man told police he was an employee of a power company and he had a crew canvassing the area.
Warmer weather arrived this past Saturday, with temperatures in the low 60s resulting in snow melting throughout the area. Snow along the Canal Street trail in Northampton was virtually gone by Saturday, late afternoon.
The Arts Academy Charter School congratulates music instrumental students selected to represent the school and participate in the upcoming Pennsylvania Music Educators Association District 10 Band and Orchestra Festivals.
Students selected for the Intermediate Band and Orchestra Festival include eighth-grade violinist Elisha Ramos, seventh-grade violinist Fianna Hertzog, eighth-grade trumpeter Stuart Raveling and seventh-grade flautist Stephanie Gombosi.
Sunshine 4-H Community Club is looking for teens who want to engage in their local community through 4-H projects, community based service projects and socialization with peers.
The club is for teens with mild autism. Participants need to be 11-18 years of age as of Jan. 1, reside in Lehigh County and be able to communicate their needs and maintain safe control of their behavior at all times.
Club members will select and vote on various projects to complete each year.