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Bath Withdraws From Colonial Regional Police

After months of discussion, town halls, and informational sessions between the Borough of Bath Council, the Colonial Regional Police Commission, and borough residents, Bath’s council unanimously chose to withdraw from the CRPC. The decision was...

Gab Over The Fence | 7/13

Well, I’m back. It was a short vacation, but invigorating, so I’m back on the job.  The weather was great, a few raindrops here and there, but pretty darn nice. . . .I hadn’t...

Ten Facts Of Happiness

One of my favorite magazines is Entrepreneur.  I read ten facts about happiness from around the world and thought the information is not only interesting but food for thought.  This year, the report deems...

Notes From Moore Township’s July BOS Meeting

The Moore Township Board of Supervisors received a barrage of updates at their July 6 monthly meeting, hearing multiple briefs from respective departments on safety, recreational, preservational and environmental business. In the recreation department...

Lehigh Township Planners Send Warehouse Ordinance To Supervisors

Members of the Lehigh Township Planning Commission agreed to send a draft ordinance on township warehouse restrictions to the board of supervisors for consideration at their July 10 meeting. The ordinance is aimed toward...

Brew Pub Slated For Main Street In Nazareth

Nazareth residents could soon be able to enjoy a cold beer right along Main Street, as a 4,700 square foot craft brewery is all but certain to grace the street within the coming months. Nazareth...

Nazareth Celebrates Fourth Annual Kazoo Parade

On July 4, Nazareth residents of all ages came out for the annual Fourth of July Kazoo Parade. Dressed in their red, white, and blue, parade goers filled the town with the buzz of...

Cement Worker Of The Month | Rick Murphy

by Ed Pany Mr. Rick Murphy was born in Long Island, N.Y., moving to Berks County when he was 13 years of age. He graduated from Reading High School in 1980 and was hired by...

Book Authored By Moore Township Historical Commission For Sale

A book authored by the Moore Township Historical Commission, about the rich history of the Edelman School, has been printed and is now for sale. At the commission’s monthly meeting on Wednesday, June 28, Township...

Allen Supervisors Discuss Route 329 Improvements And Future Of Sewer Service

At its meeting on Tuesday, June 27, the Allen Township Board of Supervisors was presented plans for infiltration and retention berms in Howertown Park. The retention berms are a mandatory part of the upcoming Route...