Car show fans will get to see 150 or more classic, hot rod and muscle cars at the sixth annual Salisbury car show to be held at the Salisbury Middle School, along Devonshire Road Sept. 11.
The shows organizer, Dan Mohry, said about 150 cars were featured at last year’s show and he hopes for as many, or more, this year. The show has a good reputation among show car owners and we have been growing each year,” Mohry said.
Ten area volunteer fire departments added 22 new firefighters to their ranks June 10 when they completed a rigorous six-month training course and received their certificates of completion at a ceremony at the Lower Macungie Township Community Center.
This was the fifth annual Bucks County Fire Academy course held twice a week for the past six months at the Allentown Fire Academy, behind the Allentown Fire Department Mack Station near the Queen City Airport.
Cameron Clapp stood before a full-house audience at the conference center in the Kasych Family Pavilion at Lehigh Valley Hospital – Cedar Crest campus, March 14, gushing with enthusiasm, encouragement and a "you can do anything you put your mind to" spirit.
Motivational speaker Mike Marsteller, of Conshohocken, a 2001 graduate of Emmaus High School, did not mince words in his four presentations to Emmaus High School students over two days, Nov.17 and 24.
"People are too quick to judge us and we are too quick to judge ourselves," Marsteller said. To face the inevitable hardships of life, "we need to seek a deep understanding of ourselves, and let that be our guide to all our relationship," Marsteller told his audiences.
Thousands of runners lined up Sept. 7 to test their personal stamina and endurance in the Lehigh Valley Health Network marathon for Via.
The race began shortly after 7 a.m. at the Lehigh Valley Hospital's Cedar Crest Campus, with the finish line later in the day in downtown Easton.
More than 4,500 runners and walkers participated in the event Sept. 6 and 7.
Lehigh Valley Health Network's department of Public Safety and Emergency Operations, in partnership with Lehigh County Special Operations, recently provided area first responders and community members, such as the Lehigh County Community Emergency Response Team and Medical Reserve Corps, a chance to tour and train with LVHN's emergency response equipment.
A new prescription medicine drop box is now in place at the Lehigh Valley Health Network Cedar Crest Campus to provide area residents with a safe way to dispose of leftover, outdated or no-longer-needed prescription medicines.
The drop box, located in the hallway leading to the hospital's Health Spectrum Pharmacy in the Jaindl Pavilion, near the hospital's main entrance, provides "a safe and secure location that we feel our patients and area residents will feel comfortable using," Craig Finnerty, director of hospital security services said at the unveiling of the drop box Oct. 9.