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Moore Twp. Residents Unhappy With ‘No Dumping’ Signage

Residents of Carol Lane in Moore Township are outraged at the township’s decision to place a commercial “NO DUMPING” sign by their homes. These residents have been placing their leaves on a strip of...

Home Therapy Plans Presented To Moore Twp. Zoning Hearing Board

Jude and Mayra Chartier of 760 Andres Rd. in Bath presented their plans for the home therapy business they will be running out of their home to the Moore Township Zoning Hearing Board on...

Northampton Borough Council Approves Preliminary Budget

During their Thursday, December 6 workshop meeting, the Northampton Borough Council approved the borough’s preliminary budget for 2019. The budget does not include a tax increase and provides for a general fund of $6,311,320. The...

Preserving Family History One Recipe At A Time

by Janet Johnson I had the privilege of growing up in historic Nazareth. We lived on the same block as the original C.F. Martin Guitar Company factory and only a few doors from the Martin...

Northampton Council Voices Displeasure With New Borough Properties

During its meeting on November 29, some Northampton council members expressed concerns about new rental properties in the borough. Councilman Anthony Lopsonzski, Sr. was most vocal about his displeasure with the Catholic War Veterans property...

Bath Council Approves Bath View Land Development

During their meeting on Monday, December 3, the Bath Borough Council helped push forward a long-dormant land development plan that would finish the second phase of the Bath View Condominiums project. Shortly after development of...

Borough Of Bath Celebrates Christmas With Annual Tree Lighting

The dreary weather could not dampen the holiday spirit in the Borough of Bath. On Sunday, December 2, borough residents and elected officials came out to Monocacy Creek Park to kick off the holiday...

Obituaries | 11/29

MARY E. LABYACK Mary E. Labyack, 81, a resident of Country Meadows in Bethlehem Township, formerly of Jamestown, NY, passed away on Monday, Nov. 19, 2018. Born in Summit Hill, on April 23, 1937, she...

Allen Township Moves To Fill Willowbrook Sinkhole

Despite debates over property lines, the Allen Township Board of Supervisors motioned to fill in an ever-expanding sinkhole located on Willowbrook Road. Supervisors made the motion during their November 13 meeting after township engineer...

Bath’s History Takes On New Beauty At Museum’s Ribbon Cutting

A large crowd saw a magnificent transformation of the Bath Museum on Saturday afternoon. The countless hours spent in arranging artifacts that reflect the history of the Borough of Bath drew high praise from...