Salisbury Press

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

‘Endless Mountains’ draw Robert Martucci Jr. and his wife, Sue

Thursday, August 29, 2019 by PAUL WILLISTEIN in Local News

“I was up in the mountains. I left at 6:15 a.m. It was 48 degrees. It felt good,” Robert Martucci Jr., recently-retired Salisbury Township Ward One Commissioner, said Aug. 25, after his two-and-one-half-hour drive back to the Lehigh Valley.

The mountains are in Hillsgrove, Sullivan County, where Martucci and his wife Sue have a home. Martucci built the house 17 years ago.

The home will become their main residence when the Martuccis depart their Salisbury Township home, Martucci sells his longtime Lehigh Valley business and he concludes his commissioner duties.


Thursday, August 29, 2019 by The Press in Local News

Aug. 29

Luther Crest will host a free public educational seminar on financial planning related to health care and senior living communities 10 a.m. at the senior living community, 800 Hausman Road. A panel of experts will answer questions related to senior living, planning for future health care needs and the moving process, from listing, staging and selling a home to downsizing and successfully coordinating a move. Seating is limited; call Luther Crest to RSVP at 610-391-8229.


Thursday, August 29, 2019 by DEBBIE GALBRAITH in Local News

District personnel gather for opening convocation

Administrators, teachers and staff gathered at Salisbury High School Aug. 21 for the annual convocation at Salisbury High School.

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Randy Zigenfuss welcomed everyone to Salisbury High School, sharing some facts about the upcoming school year. The Class of 2020 started kindergarten in 2007 — the year the iPhone was introduced. The students who are entering kindergarten this year will graduate in 2032.

Finding forever homes

Thursday, August 29, 2019 by CAROLE GORNEY in Local News

Center seeks funds to complete HVAC project

There’s good news and some bad news for the 160 homeless animals waiting to be adopted from the Center for Animal Health and Welfare on Island Park Road in Williams Township.

The good news is the animals are living in a no-kill facility where finding forever homes for them is the goal, and while waiting for that to happen, their human hosts do the utmost to keep them well and happy.