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Allen Township Seeking Additional Recreational Land

Following the widening of Route 329 and the construction of storm water drainage ponds in Howertown Park, Allen Township is being required by the state to seek out additional recreational land. The state’s Department of...

East Allen Township Youth Summer Camp Raises Donations For Zoo’s Otter Exhibit

A year after raising money to help the Lehigh Valley Zoo open its endangered giraffe and African exhibit, the children in the East Allen Township Youth Summer Camp once again raised money to help...

New Motto Revealed At Bath Council Meeting

The borough of Bath had their bi-monthly council meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 12. District Attorney John Morganelli presented to council his recommendations for the town of Bath. His goal is to receive feedback on...

Moore Township Land Preservation Board Discusses Details Of Park Projects

Members of the Moore Township Land Preservation board discussed details regarding Schiavone Park at this month’s meeting. This piece of property located at 797 Bushkill Road, Bath was purchased by Moore Township from a...

Former Governor Mark Schweiker Speech in Shanksville Commemorates Flight 93 Heroes

submitted by Jill Helsel Gingrich, La Torre Communications "Friends, I feel a great sense of privilege to be here as your guest today; so, I first would like to thank the Partnership, the Families of...

Inhabited Recreational Vehicle Causes Headache For Park Ridge Residents

Residents living on and around Park Ridge Drive in Bath appeared before borough council during council’s monthly meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 4 to voice concerns about an out-of-state, inhabited recreational vehicle that had been...

Northampton Rental Inspection Ordinance Passed After Residents Share Rental ‘Horror Stories’

Caving in roofs, cockroaches in refrigerators, and a tattoo parlor renting rooms for $100 a week. These were just some of the stories Northampton residents brought to Borough Council’s attention during council’s monthly workshop...

Cement Worker Of The Month | Douglas A. Newhard

Mr. Douglas Newhard was reared in Catasauqua, graduating from Catasauqua High School in 1973. He recalls, “I played on the basketball team and my favorite subject was math.” After taking an aptitude test, he...

Allen Township Residents Should Be On The Lookout For Fundraiser Fraud

Allen Township residents are being warned about fake fundraising mailers. Allen Township supervisor and fire chief Dale Hassler told residents of the scam during the supervisors’ board meeting on Tuesday, August 28. Fake mailers, claiming...

Proposed LT Maintenance Building Plan Questioned

The August 14 Lehigh Township Board of Supervisors meeting opened with a half-hour executive session. After the supervisors returned, sans Darryl Snover, who was absent, they passed a motion to extend a line of...