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LT Supervisors Take Steps To Fix Water Runoff Problems

The June 12 Lehigh Township Supervisors meeting opened with the usual business of checks and minutes being approved and a short planning discussion regarding the Soaked Winery on the corner of Chestnut Drive and...

Three Crashes In Two Days In Lehigh Township

On Wednesday, June 13, at approximately 10 a.m., Lehigh Township Police were dispatched to the 1400 block of Blue Mountain Drive for a tractor trailer into the woods. The truck, an International Truck tractor...

Bath Farmers’ Market Announces Winner Of Little Miss Strawberry

Bath Farmers' Market is pleased to announce the winner of the second annual Little Miss Strawberry Contest. Four-year-old Nora Yost of Bath was awarded first prize, which included a gift basket and a pint of...

Northampton Mayor Vetoes Rental Ordinance, Heated Discussion Ensues

Northampton’s Mayor Thomas Reenock vetoed the borough’s rental inspection ordinance shortly after it was approved by council during its May 17 meeting, which made for a very heated debate during council’s June 7 meeting. With...

Verizon Presents Monopole Proposal To Bath Council

Third-party representatives negotiating on behalf of Verizon presented their monopole proposal to the Borough of Bath Council on Monday, June 4. The 130-foot monopole, which will be located near the Bath Volunteer Fire Department,...

Partners For A New Beginning Holds Third Annual Heroin And Opiate Awareness Day

In the midst of heartbreaking news about the nation’s heroin and opiate epidemic, one organization in Northampton County is offering support, education, and, most of all, hope. Partners for a New Beginning, dedicated to...

Paw Prints On The Canal Returns For Tenth Year

Puppy love was in the air when Paw Prints on the Canal returned to Northampton’s Canal Park for its tenth year. The event, held on Sunday, June 3, was a day for the more...

Hundreds Of Students Celebrate The Arts At The 16th Annual Freddy Awards

Mermaids on Heelys chat with tap-dancing flappers who are sitting alongside medieval French peasants. They do the wave and cheer as a camera pans over them and a producer counts down the seconds until...

Allen Township Planning Commission Discusses Zoning Map Changes

The Allen Township Planning Commission discussed several proposed changes to the township’s official zoning map. The biggest point of discussion was whether or not the land where the proposed Jaindl warehouse development will be...

Northampton Passes Rental Inspection Ordinance

The Borough of Northampton Council narrowly passed its highly contested rental inspection ordinance 4-3 during its May 17 public meeting. Councilmembers Judy Kutzler, Kenneth Hall, Anthony Lopsonzski, Sr., and Robert McHale voted in favor...