The Lower Macungie Township Board of Commissioners agreed Thursday to continue offering its meetings via a hybrid platform.
Lower Saucon Township Council is taking advantage of the Pennsylvania Department of Health WalkWorks program.
The Lower Saucon Water Authority administrator said he believes the bill could encourage local water authorities to sell to larger private companies.
The increase translates into an annual increase of approximately $115.50 for Whitehall-Coplay residents with an average assessed property.
The project will result in a mix of residential and business units including 25 apartments on the two upper levels.
Movie nights, live concerts, and a night of baseball are among the community activities being planned.
Residents and community stakeholders shared their thoughts about the proposed pedestrian bridge that could connect Bethlehem's two downtowns.
The Facebook group "Hellertown/Lower Saucon Neighbors Helping Neighbors" is leading the effort to establish community pantries in the area.