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Ladies Of Mountain View Wesleyan Continue To Help Homeless Veterans

It’s that time of year again when the homeless veterans need our help. We took 12 mats on Nov. 23 to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs on Hamilton Boulevard, Allentown. These mats will...

Northampton Public Works Employee Honored

Northampton public works employee Stephen Kiss was honored by Northampton Borough Manager LeRoy Brobst and members of the Northampton Borough Council for thirty years of employment. Kiss, Northampton’s Chief Borough Mechanic, was given a...

Lehigh Township Supervisor Asks Residents To Watch For Illegal Dumping

The December 11 meeting of the Lehigh Township Supervisors opened with Police Chief Scott Fogel giving a brief update on the Police K-9 program currently being developed in the township. He said that a...

Longtime Chair Of Allen Planning Commission Stepping Down

Gene Clater, chair of Allen Township’s Planning Commission, announced that he will step down from the Planning Commission at the conclusion of his term at the end of the year. He made this announcement...

East Allen Supervisor To Jaindl: ‘Some Of What I Have To Vote On Disgusts...

Tensions were high when developer David Jaindl and his team of consultants and engineers appeared before the East Allen Township Board of Supervisors on Thursday, December 13 to discuss the relocation of Seemsville Road...

Moore Twp. Residents Unhappy With ‘No Dumping’ Signage

Residents of Carol Lane in Moore Township are outraged at the township’s decision to place a commercial “NO DUMPING” sign by their homes. These residents have been placing their leaves on a strip of...

Home Therapy Plans Presented To Moore Twp. Zoning Hearing Board

Jude and Mayra Chartier of 760 Andres Rd. in Bath presented their plans for the home therapy business they will be running out of their home to the Moore Township Zoning Hearing Board on...

Northampton Borough Council Approves Preliminary Budget

During their Thursday, December 6 workshop meeting, the Northampton Borough Council approved the borough’s preliminary budget for 2019. The budget does not include a tax increase and provides for a general fund of $6,311,320. The...

Preserving Family History One Recipe At A Time

by Janet Johnson I had the privilege of growing up in historic Nazareth. We lived on the same block as the original C.F. Martin Guitar Company factory and only a few doors from the Martin...

Northampton Council Voices Displeasure With New Borough Properties

During its meeting on November 29, some Northampton council members expressed concerns about new rental properties in the borough. Councilman Anthony Lopsonzski, Sr. was most vocal about his displeasure with the Catholic War Veterans property...