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Entries for October 2019

  • Homepage, Fire

    Carbon Monoxide Alarms Distributed

    October 21 2019
    More than 100 Allentown homes are protected by carbon monoxide alarms thanks to International Association of Firefighters Local 302 and State Senator Pat Browne.
  • Homepage, Health

    October 26 is Drug Take Back Day

    October 18 2019
    Residents can rid their homes of expired or unused prescription and over-the counter medicines during National Take Back Day drug collection events in Allentown on Saturday, October 26.
  • Homepage, Police, Public Works

    City Council Confirms Appointments

    October 17 2019
    City Council has unanimously confirmed Mayor Ray O’Connell’s nominations of Glenn Granitz as police chief and Craig Messinger as public work director.
  • Homepage, Streets

    Downtown Paving Schedule

    October 16 2019
    The city is announcing the upcoming paving schedule affecting downtown traffic flow beginning Friday morning, October 18.
  • Homepage, Health

    PADOH Alerts for Possible Measles Exposure

    October 14 2019
    Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine today alerted residents who visited several locations in the Allentown area between October 7 and October 12 they may have been exposed to measles.
  • Homepage, Parks & Recreation, Community and Economic Development

    2019 Halloween Parade Winners

    October 14 2019
    An estimated crowd of 10,000 spectators enjoyed a mix of sun and clouds, floats, bands and marchers during Sunday’s 2019 Allentown Halloween Parade.
  • Homepage, Fire

    Lenig Brothers Named Top Firefighters

    October 14 2019
    Allentown firefighting-brothers lieutenants Peter Lenig and Ian Lenig are recipients of the department’s top two awards for 2019.
  • Homepage, Streets

    Hamilton Street Lane Restriction

    October 14 2019
    Hamilton Street will be reduced to one lane today from 8th Street to Seventh Street until 3:00 p.m. for a utility cut repair.
  • Homepage, Parks & Recreation

    Winterizing City Parks Underway

    October 11 2019
    The Department of Parks & Recreation will begin winterizing water fountains, bathrooms and decorative fountains throughout city parks beginning on Monday, October 14. 
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    ADP President Officially Opens Offices

    October 10 2019
    Before a crowd of more than 200 persons outside and hundreds more watching inside, ADP President & CEO Carlos Rodriguez and Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf cut the ribbon this morning on the company’s new offices at Five City Center at Eighth & Ham...
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