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Business, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Patience Spess bakes organic dog biscuits, cookies, cupcakes and other treats in her Macungie kitchen.
Organ company has been committed to Lower Macungie since it moved her from Allentown in 1953.
Macungie store has lacrosse and field hockey gear and team-wear not found anywhere else in the area.
When shopping for your Valentine this year, consider that buying local benefits people who live here.
To the surprise of some, former zoning hearing board member Robert Rust was not re-appointed.
Council president considers moving out of area.
Government, Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
Robert Ross of Boy Scout Troop 131 received approval from Lower Macungie commissioners to upgrade a storage facility at the Lower Mac pool to keep swim team equipment safe.
After residents voice fears about increased traffic and flooding from proposed development, Jaindl defends Lower Macungie commissioners and himself in impromptu speech.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
David Jaindl clears another hurdle in his plans to build nearly 700 homes, plus warehouses and a shopping center on more than 600 acres of farmland in Lower Macungie.
Two-man board determines residents had proper notice of change to zoning ordinance that would permit major development.
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