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Allen Township Grants Extension To Jaindl-Watson Plan Review

During their meeting on Tuesday, January 22, Allen Township Supervisors voiced support 4-1 to defer a right-of-way requirement and acknowledge a plan extension for Jaindl-Watson’s proposed warehouse between Seemsville and Howertown Roads. Jaindl-Watson is having...

Northampton Council Tables Decision To Waive Water And Sewer Fees

During their meeting on Thursday, January 17, the Northampton Borough Council voted to table a decision that would waive water and sewer tap-in fees for a new eight-unit apartment building at 1464 Washington Avenue. The...

DA Morganelli Speaks At Bath’s Neighborhood Watch Group

Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli made an appearance at Bath’s second Neighborhood Watch Group meeting on Wednesday, January 16. DA Morganelli took some time to teach residents about the district attorney’s office and...

Moore Township Land Preservation Holds First Meeting Of 2019

The Moore Township Land Preservation held their first meeting of the new year on January 14. The board opened their meeting with a reorganization of current officers for 2018. The officers are as follows:...

Borough Street And Opening Plan Discussed At Bath Special Meeting

The Bath borough held a special bi-monthly meeting on January 9. A Borough Street and Opening Plan was distributed amongst borough members to “identify known streets and alleys that have been dedicated and/or opened...

Looking Back | Slovak Heritage

A few months ago, I wrote a series on Austrian immigrants who came to America for opportunity and a new life in a new country. Another large migration from the old Austria-Hungarian empire were...

Northampton Borough Holds First Council Meeting Of 2019

At last week’s borough meeting, council agreed to continue using PNC Bank as their designated bank for borough fund depositories. This decision was passed. There was a resolution establishing fees for filing applications, permits, and...

Bath Council Applauds Borough’s Firefighters

During their meeting on Monday, January 7, members of the Borough of Bath Council applauded the Borough of Bath Volunteer Fire Department for their response to a fast-moving fire on New Year’s Day. “They did...

Cement Worker Of The Month | Michael Fink

Mr. Michael Fink as a youth lived in a company home in Evansville. The former house is now the site of the Lehigh Heidelberg office. He was born while his father Dennis was serving...

Moore Township Approves 2019 Budget With No Tax Increase

The Moore Township Board of Supervisors held its final meeting of 2018 on Thursday, December 27 to approve the 2019 budget and tie up any remaining loose ends before the year’s end. The 2019 budget,...