Salisbury Press

Thursday, August 22, 2019
National Honor Society members assemble prior to going on stage to be inducted into the society, including, from left: Emily Suter, Kayla Trenge, Emily Spann, Eliza Wiener, Julia Graver, Katherine Lovelidge, Madison Ekdahl, Alexandra Soleta and Ashley Hirst.

SALISBURY HIGH SCHOOL

By DOUGLAS GRAVES in School

Students, faculty and family gathered March 28 at Salisbury High School to celebrate the induction of 33 new members of National Honor Society. For the most part, the students are sophomores, but two are juniors.

The honorees gathered in...

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PRESS PHOTO BY JIM MARSHOne of a number of breakout groups participates in a tabletop exercise to sharpen decision-making skills to counter complex coordinated terror attacks in a Department of Homeland Security course attended by some three dozen regional first responders in Lehigh County March 26 and 27.

LEHIGH COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

By JIM MARSH in Local News

Some three dozen law enforcement, fire and EMS leaders gathered March 26 and 27 to hone the critical decision-making skills that would be required for public safety organizations to effectively combat the unthinkable – a coordinated terror attack...