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NAHS Theatre Company Has Some Creepy, Kooky And Ooky Fun

The Northampton Area High School Theatre Company brought the beloved Addams Family to the stage in a musical comedy that featured plenty of familiar characters, plenty of laughs, and, in typical Addams Family fashion,...

New Developer Interested In Bath View Condos

During its March 14 meeting, the Borough of Bath Council met with the new developer of Bath View Condos. Justin Huratiak, who has experience developing other commercial and residential properties, would like to take...

Unfunded Mandate Concerns Lehigh Township Supervisors

Lehigh Township Solicitor David Backenstoe explained a mandated pollution reduction plan to the Lehigh Township Supervisors and gathered public at the March 13 meeting of the board. The pollution reduction plan (PRP) is to...

Allen Supervisors Amend Township Map To Eliminate Stagecoach Road

Allen Township supervisors voted 4-1 to amend the township’s official map during their meeting on Tuesday, March 13 in order to make Stagecoach Road “history.” Residents living on the road petitioned for its permanent closure....

Northampton Area Historical Society Takes Photographic Journey Through The Past

The Northampton Area Historical Society took residents on a journey through the borough’s past during a “looking back” presentation on Saturday, March 10. The council chambers of the Northampton Borough Hall were filled with...

Catty High Brings Charm Of Hollywood Classic To The Stage

The Catasauqua High School Drama Club presented their 2018 Freddy Awards-contending spring musical from March 9-11, bringing the classic Hollywood film Singin’ in the Rain to life. The musical, based on the 1952 film starring...

Looking Back | Railroads And Transportation

We are continuing to “look back” to transportation in Bath from the 1937 Bath-Bicentennial Book edited by two former Bath historians, Rev. Reginald Helfferich and Asa K. McIlhaney. “Doorways and Dormers” is the book’s...

Developer Seeks Tax Relief For Cherryville Development Plans

The developer behind a long-awaited project in Lehigh Township asked township supervisors to consider providing tax relief to the project at their Feb. 27 meeting. Joe Posh, the developer behind a long-anticipated Turkey Hill—and its...

Roxy Rolls Out Red Carpet For ‘Getting Grace’ Premiere

Northampton’s Roxy Theatre got a taste of Hollywood on Saturday, March 3. A red carpet was rolled out, photographers were on hand, and a long line of anxious movie goers stretched down Main Street...

Cement Worker Of The Month | Roark Grammes

Mr. Roark Grammes was born in Hudson, New York. His father Donald was a chemist with Lone Star Cement. Roark moved with his family when his father was transferred to Greencastle, Ind., Trumball, Conn.,...