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GWHS Christmas House Tour | House 1 | Heart of Chapman

Governor Wolf Historical Society’s 38th Annual Christmas House Tour plans are underway. The Governor Wolf Historical Society will open six private historic homes and four early buildings on Saturday, December 1. The homes will...

Debris Dumped By Non-Residents Attracting Lantern Flies

Moore Township residents only are invited to deposit tree branches behind the borough building to be collected by the First Regional Compost Authority. Recently, individuals from outside Moore Township borders have been dumping their...

Mayor Thomas Reenock Named ‘Distinguished Citizen Of The Year’ By Boy Scouts Of America

Northampton’s Mayor Thomas Reenock was named 2018’s “Distinguished Citizen of the Year” by the Boy Scouts. He was presented with his plaque and citations from Harrisburg during council’s meeting on October 4. The Cement Belt...

Proposed LT Maintenance Building Plan Questioned

The August 14 Lehigh Township Board of Supervisors meeting opened with a half-hour executive session. After the supervisors returned, sans Darryl Snover, who was absent, they passed a motion to extend a line of...

Auditor General DePasquale Fast-Tracks Lehigh Twp. VFRA Review Amid Allegations of Missing Funds

Audit team will assist law enforcement in alleged theft investigation in Northampton County Submitted by Barry Ciccocioppo HARRISBURG- Concerned about alarming allegations, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said his audit team will assist in the investigation of...

Northampton Borough Council Tables Rental Ordinance Decision After Public Hearing

The Northampton Borough Council once again voted to table its proposed rental inspection ordinance following a public hearing during which residents and borough landlords voiced their opinions and concerns about the long-debated ordinance. The...

Bath Celebrates Grand Opening of New Municipal Building

It seemed like the entire Borough of Bath was crowded into the council chambers of the brand-new Borough of Bath Municipal Building during its grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, August 6....

Carnival Food And Family Favorites At Bath Community Days

With family rides, funnel cake, and fireworks, a summer tradition was in full swing in the Borough of Bath. Bath Community Days ran from July 21 to July 28 at Carl L. Rehrig Park....

Are You A Lucky Duck? Find Out Tonight At Bath Farmers’ Market

The Great Bath Duck Race returns to Keystone Park and the Bath Farmers' Market this Friday, July 27 at 5:30 p.m. Chances are just $5 and the first place winner gets $250 in cash....

Tatamy Celebrates 125th Birthday With Time Capsule

Tatamy Borough celebrated 125 years of history on July 22 by opening a time capsule that has been sealed shut since 1981. The time capsule opening was part of the borough’s 125th Anniversary and...