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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...

Dryland UCC Helps Bring Andy Weaver A Step Closer To His New Set Of...

On Sunday, July 22, the congregation of Dryland UCC gathered to present Nazareth resident, Home News columnist, and Nazareth High School Athletics coach Andy Weaver a check for $3,500. Weaver lives with Cerebral Palsy and...

Bikers Remembering Bikers Rolls Through Bath For 13th Year

The 13th Annual Bikers Remembering Bikers Memorial Ride and Block Party was held by the Bath Fire Social Hall on Saturday, July 21. Over one hundred motorcyclists and motorcycle enthusiasts alike came out to...

New Public Works Building Pitched To LT Supervisors

A project 18 years in the making was proposed to the Lehigh Township Supervisors at the July 10 board meeting. Chip Hazard, chairman of the building committee, had a detailed presentation on a plan...

Allen Township Calls For Meeting With East Allen

The new Jaindl Watson warehouse development along Seemsville and Howertown Roads has spurred Allen Township supervisors to request a joint meeting with supervisors in neighboring East Allen Township. Jaindl, at PennDOT’s request, has proposed to...

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...