Man Admits Killing Half-Brother Tops Local News
Cory Maletsky pleaded guilty to stabbing to death his half-brother, a Chihuahua goes to Westminster, officials consider buying a $450,000 mobile command post and other topics lead the news last week in South Whitehall.
Here's a round-up of the top South Whitehall news stories last week.
Cory James Maletsky pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter Thursday for fatally stabbing his half-brother Christopher Lloyd in South Whitehall last September, after a drunken brawl, according to court records.
A Chihuahua named Bill, who's owned by Connie Newcomb of South Whitehall, paraded before judges at the 137th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City.
South Whitehall and Upper Macungie township officials agreed Wednesday night to seek state and local grants to help pay for a new $450,000 mobile emergency command post.
The preliminary budget of $145.7 million is a 5.76 percent increase over the 2012-13 budget of $137.7 million.
Orefield Middle School student Yogeshwar Velingker took first place in Lehigh Valley Mathcounts regional competition. St. Joseph the Worker's Alana Dee was top female contender.
Marcus Spiegel tops 14 of his classmates in the 2013 'Mr. Parkland' competition at Parkland High School.