Stations 35, 37 and 3501 were on the scene of a motor vehicle accident at 2020 Columbia Ave.
A vehicle accident and general cleanup on Third Street was handled by Stations 35 and 36.
Station 35 assisted the police or another governmental agency at 2180 MacArthur Road.
A flammable liquid spill at 1195 Mickley Road brought out Stations 35 and 36.
Stations 35, 36, 37 and 3501 handled a motor vehicle accident with injuries on Pennsylvania Street.
The Coplay Whitehall Sewer Authority board asked for an update on the solar project for the Eberhardt Road pumping station at its meeting Feb. 21. The board initially approved the project a year ago, but the selected contractor was unable to meet specifications.
On a recommendation from Darryl Jenkins, CWSA engineer, the board bid the project again and awarded the contract to the lone bidder. CWSA is anxious to get the project underway, and the bidder wants to meet with the board one last time.
Coplay police responded to a burglary Feb. 23 on South Third Street in the borough after a call that two masked, armed men entered a home and took cellphones, wallets and a game system.
According to police, officers responded just after 8 p.m. to a report of a home invasion robbery in the unit block of South Third Street. Police Chief Vincent Genovese said the victims reported two black males armed with handguns and wearing masks entered a playroom of the home and robbed nine individuals of their cellphones and wallets as well as stole a PlayStation 4 game system.
Whitehall Township Board of Commissioners holds a workshop meeting 7 p.m. at the municipal building, 3219 MacArthur Road.
Coplay Borough Council holds a workshop meeting 7 p.m. at the municipal building, 98 S. Fourth St.
Lehigh County Executive Phillips Armstrong addressed a crowded room at Coca-Cola Park, Allentown, Feb. 21 to provide the State of the County report and to tell the public what his administration has done over the past year — and what the future holds.
A walking tour of the historic village of Hokendauqua, postponed from October 2018 because of rain, has been rescheduled for 11 a.m.-3 p.m. April 27. There is a rain date of May 4.
Whitehall Township Commissioner Jeffrey Dutt said the free hourlong tours are hosted by Whitehall Historical Preservation Society. He said the tour is designed to make people aware of the historical significance of the area created as a “company town” for the 19th-century Thomas Iron Works.
Joseph Bundra, vice president of the Ironton Rail Trail Oversight Commission, gave an annual report on the IRT during Coplay Borough Council’s meeting Feb. 12.
The borough, along with Whitehall and North Whitehall townships, provides funding for maintenance and improvements on the trail.
The rail trail is actively used. Pedestrian counters were installed at the trail head at Portland Street in North Whitehall and the Chestnut Street trail head in late 2017. Cyclist counters were added in May 2018.