PPL is offering free coffee at the Weis Markets in the area. Click here for the complete list of locations.
Free ice and water locations
Bottom Dollar Food at 2431 Butler St., Easton, and at 1856 Catasauqua Road, Allentown are giving out a free bag of ice to those still without power.
In Warren County, free water and ice is available at the following locations while supplies last:
- Frelinghuysen Twp. Municipal Building, 210 Main St., Johnsonburg (ice only)
- Blairstown Municipal Building, Route 94, Blairstown
- Washington Township Police, Municipal Building, 211 State Route 31 North
- Harmony Township Fire Co., 440 Brainards Road, Harmony (water only)
- Hope Township Fire Hall, Route 521, Hope
- Independence Fire Dept., 24 Cemetery Road, Great Meadows
- Good Will Fire Co., 689 Water St., Belvidere
- Knowlton Twp. Fire & Rescue Co. No. 1, 4 Roy Ace St., Delaware (water only)
- Tri-County Firehouse, Route 57, Mansfield
- White Township Municipal Building, 555 Route 519, White Twp. (water only)
- Walmart, Route 22 East, Pohatcong, until dusk.
Met-Ed customers who lost power as a result of Hurricane Sandy can receive one bag of ice and two gallons of water at no charge at any Redner's Warehouse Market or Quick Shoppe or at select emergency response facilities. For a complete list, click here.
Due to the high demand for water and ice prior to the landfall of Hurricane Sandy, water and ice supplies are now extremely limited. Therefore, this offer is contingent on availability of these items at your local Redner's store. Met-Ed officials said there is a possibility the offer may not be able to be fulfilled due to high demand.
PPL Electric Utilities has made arrangements with a number of stores to provide free ice and water to customers without power.
You may receive up to three 10-pound bags of ice and three gallons of water daily. Just identify yourself as a PPL Electric Utilities customer at the time of purchase. For a complete list of vendors, click here.
Because of the magnitude of the storm, the list may change frequently as supplies vary, depending on when you visit the store and when vendors receive more supplies. PPL asks that you please be considerate of others in need when purchasing supplies.
Trick or Treat schedule changes
Wilson, Northampton Co., has moved trick-or-treat to Sat., Nov. 3., from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m.
Phillipsburg, N.J., has rescheduled trick-or-treat to Sat., Nov. 3 from 4 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
N.J. Gov. Chris Christie signed Executive Order 105, postponing Halloween celebrations across N.J. until Mon., Nov. 5, as a result of continued unsafe conditions in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Lower Macungie Twp., Lehigh Co., will trick-or-treat Sat., Nov. 3 from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m.
Forks Twp., Northampton Co., has changed its trick-or-treat date to Sat., Nov. 3 from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Lower Nazareth Twp., Northampton Co., has rescheduled its trick-or-treat night to Sat., Nov. 3 from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Palmer Twp., Northampton Co., has moved its trick-or-treat date to Sat., Nov. 3 from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.
The Bethlehem Halloween parade will go on as scheduled Sunday at 2 p.m.
Easton Mayor Sal Panto has set Sat., Nov. 3 from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. as trick-or-treat in Easton. The Halloween parade from Phillipsburg, N.J. to Easton, Pa., has been canceled.
First Friday on Bethlehem's south side has been postponed until next Fri., Nov. 9 from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m.
Storm victims are invited to AT&T company-owned stores in greater Philadelphia, New Jersey and Delaware to use free mobile charging stations through Monday.
Also, AT&T wireless customers can make a $10 donation for Hurricane Sandy relief by texting to the following non- profit organizations:
- REDCROSS to 90999 to support the American Red Cross
- STORM to 80888 to help the Salvation Army
- HUMANE to 80888 to give to the American Humane Society
Customers who would like to contribute more can text up to five times for a total donation of $50. One hundred percent of any donation will be paid to the customer's designated charity and the customer will be charged for the donation via the customer's monthly AT&T bill.