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Allen Planning Commission Discusses Proposed 55+ Development

The Allen Township Planning Commission met with developer Ed Deichmeister during their monthly meeting on Monday, July 16. Deichmeister, who was accompanied by his attorney Al Peirce, is planning to develop 58 units in...

Bath Sets Sights On West Northampton Street Renovations Next Year

After what Borough of Bath Supervisor Mark Saginario called a “disappointing” and “disheartening” meeting with PennDOT about the proposed Route 248 re-alignment project, the Borough of Bath is making plans to renovate West Northampton...

Cement Worker Of The Month | Michael Jablonski

Mr. Michael Jablonski was reared in Reading and attended St. Peters Elementary School, later graduating from Holy Name High School in 1984. He especially remembered Mr. Reardon and Mr. John Gallagher, former teachers who...

Lip-Syncing Law Enforcement Trend Makes Its Way To Bushkill Township

The latest trend of lip-syncing law enforcement that is currently sweeping the nation has reached the Lehigh Valley, Bushkill Township to be more specific. The lip sync challenge, which started in Texas and quickly spread...

Annual Kazoo Parade Buzzes Through Nazareth

The Borough of Nazareth held its annual Fourth of July Kazoo Parade on Wednesday, July 4. Over one hundred marchers making up a sea of red, white, and blue paraded from Nazareth Area High...

Allen Township Approves Coplay Bridge Beam Transport; Denies Rockefeller Request

During their June 26 meeting, the Allen Township Board of Supervisors approved the request to allow steel beams for the Coplay Bridge to pass through Howertown Park and Short Lane. The ten steel beams...

Jaindl Withdraws Application For Development Along Locust and Arrowhead Roads

Developer David Jaindl withdrew an application for development of property he owns along Locust and Arrowhead Roads. He was scheduled to give a presentation to the East Allen Township Board of Supervisors on June...

Northampton Rental Ordinance To Be Redrafted

After a contentious and heated debate over the borough’s rental inspection ordinance during their previous meeting, the Northampton Borough Council’s rental inspection committee is redrafting the ordinance. Councilwoman Judy Kutzler, a member of the committee,...

East Allen Township Awarded Grant From Northampton County Gaming Authority

East Allen Township has been awarded a grant from the disbanded Northampton County Gaming Authority in the amount of $31,440, leaving East Allen supervisors with a decision to make on where to allocate the...

Steel Beams For Coplay Bridge May Pass Through Howertown Park

Project managers for the Coplay Bridge construction project appeared before the Allen Township Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, June 12 to request access to Howertown Park and Short Lane for the project’s steel beam...