The Fourth of July holiday kicked off for local runners with the annual Firecracker 4-Miler run and walk at Fairview Park in Palmer Township. The YMCA of Easton, Phillipsburg & Vicinity holds the event annually. It also includes a one-mile Kids Fun Run around the ball field. Scroll through the photos above then click here to see photos from last year's run. Mike Vidumsky was the top male finishers with a time of 22.12 and the first female, Tarah Guida finished with time of 26.10.
Phillipsburg's Music In The Park series brought a country feel to town Thursday night with Crazy Hearts performing in Shappell Park. Music in the Park in Phillipsburg takes place Thursdays at 6:30 p.m., with most of the show's happening at Shappell Park, including:Two shows are set along the Delaware River in the town's Riverside parking lot: Inch and the Echos performs on Aug. 3 and James Supra and Sara Ayers will be there Aug. 24. Sue Beyer may be reached at email@example.com.
There were lots of hugs, laughter and even a few tears as Brenda DeRea Kunzman worked her last day Tuesday at the Top Notch Hair Salon in Alpha. On Wednesday morning, her and her husband Fred will start the drive to their new home outside of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. After 57 years of hairdressing, her last day was a busy one. She said she "tried to fit in as many (clients) as she could". Some clients have been coming to her for up to 50 years.
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