On Monday, the NCAA issued a mountain of fines and sanctions on Penn State in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
While the school did not receive the so-called "death penalty," which would have shut down the football program all together, the sanctions could be just as damaging.
Penn State must pay a $60 million fine and it has been banned from bowl games for four years.
It loses a total of 40 scholarships, and all wins from 1998 though 2011 have been erased from the record books.
The school said it respects the NCAA's ruling and will comply with the sanctions.
Tuesday night, the township that started the drama over Allentown's Neighborhood Improvement Zone put an end to the lawsuit.
Hanover Township, Northampton County voted Tuesday to withdraw the suit against the NIZ.
Hanover Township was the first community to sue over the NIZ, but withdrew after suburban tax dollars were taken out of the funding equation to build the hockey arena.
Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski said now construction will soon move forward.
Also on Tuesday, a Berks County woman was rescued after being trapped in her basement for days in four feet of water and sewage.
Officials said the woman weighed over 350 pounds and became trapped after her steps and part of her first floor collapsed on her.
It took crews three-and-a-half hours and an advanced pulley system to rescue the woman from her basement.
She was hospitalized with non life-threatening injuries.
On Thursday, gas crews had their hands full in Lehigh County after an elderly man drove through multiple garages, then ruptured a gas line in an adult living community.
It happened at the Legacy Oaks Condos on Donegal Drive off Route 100 in Lower Macungie Township.
Police said John Stevens, 87, smashed into several garage doors after losing control of his truck.
Five properties were damaged, but no one was injured.
And that's your 69 News week in review.