Bricks 4 Kidz Closing, Upper Saucon Job Openings Top Local News

The top-rated restaurants in Coopersburg also make Upper Saucon Patch news this week.

Husband and wife team Stephanie and Chris MoDavis have officially opened their new yoga studio, YogaMos, at 410 Main St., Hellertown.

Yelp's Top Restaurants in Coopersburg: Do You Agree?
Check out the top rated restaurants in Coopersburg, based on Yelp! reviews. Did your neighbors get it right?

Hellertown Police say Zachary Edward Cernok, 23, of the 2400 block of Cutoff Road, Springfield Township, urinated on an ATM machine at Bank of America.

Lloyd Anthony Ohl hit a parked vehicle on Flint Hill Road and then left the scene of the accident, according to Lower Saucon Township Police.

'Big Andy' Aubin set out on a running and weight loss journey that led him to finish a half marathon and lose more than one-third of his body weight.

Alleged I-78 Road Rage Shooter Brought to Pa.
65-year-old New Jersey man is extradited and arraigned in Northampton County on multiple charges, including attempted criminal homicide.

Have Your Say on County Hazard Plan
The Hazard Mitigation Plan is a living document communities—including Upper Saucon and Lower Milford townships and Coopersburg Borough—use to reduce their vulnerability to hazards.

Bricks 4 Kidz Abruptly Closes Promenade Store
The Bricks 4 Kidz store in The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley is closed while the owners look for a new location, according to the Bricks for Kidz, Lehigh Valley website.

Should Toomey Challenge Corbett in GOP Primary?
An apparent April Fool's joke puts Sen. Pat Toomey in the running. What do you think about a GOP primary gubernatorial challenge?

Upper Saucon Township: Now Hiring Full-Time
Upper Saucon Township is now hiring a full-time finance clerk and a full-time laborer in the Public Works Department, according to the township website.

$1.7 Million Home in Coopersburg is 'Not Just a House'
This home in Coopersburg is one of the most expensive homes currently for sale in the Upper Saucon area.

Lehigh Valley Gets $299K for High-Tech Job Training
Gov. Corbett comes to Lehigh Career & Technical Institute with money to train students for high-tech manufacturing jobs. One of the biggest obstacles, he says, is overcoming manufacturing's outdated image.


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