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Decision On Willow Brook Farm Trust Development Tabled Again

At their Thursday, November 16 meeting, the Northampton Borough Council once again tabled their decision on the preliminary plan of the Willow Brook Farm Trust Development. The move follows the council’s November 2 decision to...

Lehigh Township Supervisors Discuss Pollution Reduction Plan

Lehigh Township supervisors will have to adopt a pollution reduction plan in accordance with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, according to Township Engineer Phil Malitsch, who notified the board at their Nov. 14...

37th Annual GWHS Christmas House Tour | The Eagle

The Governor Wolf Historical Society is proud to announce they will be holding the 37th Annual Christmas House Tour on Saturday, December 2. The tour features seven private, historic homes in Bath and the...

Bath Council Addresses Parking In The Borough

During their monthly meeting on Monday, November 6, the Borough of Bath Council addressed future parking plans for the borough. Since last month’s meeting, the council’s Community Development Committee has been exploring options for...

Northampton Borough Council Tables Willow Brook Decision

During their workshop meeting on Thursday, November 2, Northampton Borough Council voted to table their conditional use decision for proposed single family homes at the site of Fuller family-owned Willow Brook Farm. The Northampton Planning...

Cement Worker Of The Month | Dean Haftl

Mr. Dean Haftl was raised on the family farm in Moore Township. The entire family was active with 4H clubs. He graduated from Northampton High School in 1978, saying, “I was given a good...

37th Annual GWHS Christmas House Tour | The McCarty

The Governor Wolf Historical Society is proud to announce they will be holding the 37th Annual Christmas House Tour on Saturday, December 2. The tour features seven private, historic homes in Bath and the...

Vertek Moving Forward Despite Appeal

Vertek Construction Management is moving forward in the planning process for its proposed 450,000-square-foot warehouse in East Allen Township, despite the unknown fate of a zoning variance that is currently being appealed in Northampton...

Lehigh Supervisors Give Cherryville Developers Another Chance

After threatening to revoke the conditional approval behind a project that would bring major traffic improvements to Lehigh County’s Cherryville intersection, as well as a Turkey Hill and a Dollar General, township supervisors decided...

Interstate Trucks Barred From Weaversville Road

At the Allen Township Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, October 24, it was announced by Eugene Clater, chairman of the township’s planning commission, that PennDOT will not be allowing Weaversville Road to serve...