by Ed Pany Today I return to the old Indian Trail Park in Pennsville; the year is 1947. My father had just purchased his first...

by Justin Sweitzer Developers involved with the planned construction of a Wal-Mart supercenter in Lehigh Township once again came before the township’s Planning Commission Monday...

by Justin Sweitzer Nazareth Borough Council allowed community members to voice their suggestions and concerns at their monthly workshop meeting on Thursday, Dec. 1. The...

Victorian Built In 1895 This folk Victorian house was built in 1895. At one time it was owned by a local doctor who lived and...

by Ed Pany Recently some of my loyal readers requested I recall Indian Trail Park in Pennsville. As a youngster it was a treat to...

by Justin Sweitzer At their final meeting for the month of November, the Lehigh Township Board of Supervisors granted a request to extend the time...

by Gloria Koch Earlier this year, several women from their crochet club discussed making mats for the homeless out of plastic bags. Little did they...

by Justin Sweitzer Residents of Lehigh Township gathered Wednesday evening at a meeting of the township’s Planning Commission to learn more about the development of...

by Justin Sweitzer The historic Northampton Street Fair closed off Main Street on Saturday, September 10 for a day filled with food and festivities that...

submitted by Sarah Fulton Bath Farmers' Market is excited to welcome two new food vendors for Friday, September 9. Atomic Hogs BBQ is returning to Bath...