As Easton reopens, there’s a greater emphasis on keeping areas clean. A group of volunteers has routinely swept through the city for the past three years.
Fresh produce, vegan treats and healthy alternatives for those in need. A local non-profit, Animal Defenders – Greater Lehigh Valley, is offering a vegan food bank in Easton.
The Lehigh Valley moved into the yellow phase of reopening – which means child care can resume, customers can return to retail stores and restaurants can serve customers again – with outdoor dining.
John Acevedo is a local real estate business owner in Allentown who’s helped organize the Hispanic Cultural Festival in Easton for the past eight years. The annual event usually takes place in July, but concerns about COVID-19 have meant a pause on planning for now.
Increased Outdoor Activity Creates National Shortage in Bicycles By Staci Inez May 28, 2020 With kids out of school and many parents working from home, bicycle shops are seeing an increase in sales and a shortage in supply, WLVR’s Staci Inez explains why in this report. Bicycle production in China shut down in January and […]