The Whitehall police responded to these and other calls recently.
· Officers responded to a request for vigilance in the 1200 block of Delphi Drive.
· A report of a domestic dispute brought police to the 1000 block of Riverview Drive.
· Officers were called to the unit block of Jordan Lane to investigate a burglary.
· Police responded to a report of suspicious activity in the 1800 block of Georgia Drive.
· A report of harassment brought officers to the unit block of Madison Lane.
East Allen Township Board of Supervisors meets at 7:30 p.m. in the municipal building, 5344 Nor-Bath Blvd.
Bath Borough Council meets at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at the municipal building, 215 E. Main St.
The East Allen Township Municipal Authority meets at 7 p.m. in the township municipal building, 5344 Nor-Bath Blvd.
The Moore Township Board of Supervisors meets at 7:30 p.m. in the municipal building, 2491 Community Drive.
· Hokendauqua Fall Festival – 6-10 p.m., Hokey Athletic Association Field, Front and Lehigh streets. Pay one price ride special.
· Northampton Area Historical Society talk by Douglas Peters on the trolleys of the Lehigh Valley – 7 p.m., Northampton Fire Department, 1 Lerchenmiller Drive. Information: 610-262-4748.
· Boy Scout Scouts of America sign-ups – 7 p.m., St. Paul's Church, 418 Howertown Rd., Catasauqua. Information: 610-465-8565.
North Catasauqua police responded to these and other calls recently.
· Officers assisted EMS in the 1200 block of Third Street.
· A report of harassment brought police to the 1100 block of Front Street.
· Officers assisted the Catasauqua Police Department with a DUI stop in the 600 block of American Street.
· A 911 hang-up brought police to the 700 block of Willow Drive.
· Police were called to the 1100 block of Railroad Street to investigate a burglary and assault.
To the Editor,
LVIA wants to spend $5 million to install a U.S. customs station. This will increase LVIA operational costs by more than $1 million a year.
LVIA just lost its flights to Canada because it had only three people per day.
Northampton police responded to these and other calls recently.
· Police responded to a report of criminal mischief in the 500 block of Linden Court.
· A report of a wanted person brought officers to the 2000 block of Washington Avenue.
· Officers were called to The Wonder Kids Daycare, 6955 Weaversville Road, to investigate a report of a man banging repeatedly on a window.
· A report of unknown individuals who threw an object at a vehicle brought officers to the trestle at Laubach and Newport avenues.
Allen Dunham, 8, of Bethlehem, shows off a caterpillar he found at the Boy Scout camp out at Becky's Drive-In, located in Lehigh Township. Scouts from all over the Lehigh Valley camped out Sept. 22-23, participating in a variety of activities in the process. each scout who completed eight activities received a special merit badge
The Bach Choir of Bethlehem will present "Let's Swingle" as its fifth gala concert and fundraiser featuring The Swingle Singers, 8 p.m. Oct. 6, Baker Hall, Zoellner Arts Center, Lehigh University, Bethlehem.
Runners-up in the "Bach-appella Competition" for high school and college a cappella ensembles give a pre-concert performance at 7:40 p.m. The winning ensemble performs as part of the Swingle Singers' concert.
The Lehigh Valley is experiencing continued growth in the housing market, based on data released by the Lehigh Valley Association of Realtors (LVAR).
Year-to-date sales are recorded at 3,837, up 17.4 percent over 2011 year-to-date sales of 3,268.
Year-to-date pending sales, which indicate transactions in process that have not yet closed, reached 4,648, which is up 38.4 percent from last year at the same time when pending sales were 3,359.
"The increase in year-to-date data is a positive indicator that the housing market is recovering," said Ryan Conrad, CEO of LVAR.
"Fest O' Fall," presented by the Historic Catasauqua Preservation Association and the Borough of Catasauqua, is noon - 5 p.m. Sept. 29, Biery House, 8 Race St.; George Taylor House, Lehigh and Poplar streets; and at Front Street businesses.
There will be an art exhibit, vendors, pony rides, petting zoo, hayride, children's activities, towpath walk, scavenger hunt, bake sale, and food and beverages.
Performing is the James Supra Band, Tavern Tan and Modern Romance.