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Atlas Cement Memorial Museum Trust Annual Report

submitted by LARRY OBERLY The report of the activities of the museum is given for the time period of Dec. 1, 2018, through Nov. 30, 2019.  The Museum Trust met...

Volunteers attend sew-a-thon despite snow

The devastation of the Australian fires prompted St. John’s Lutheran Church, located at 206 E Main Street in Bath, to hold a sew-a-thon on January 18, in the Fellowship Hall, from 9 a.m. to...

Wolf Administration Urges Pennsylvanians to Stay Safe During Winter Weather

Harrisburg, PA – As Pennsylvanians prepare for winter weather this weekend, the Wolf Administration is encouraging residents to take steps to remain healthy and safe to prevent injury. 

Looking Back | A Legion Meeting

Eckley E. Patch Post 470 Originally published in 2004 It’s Wednesday, 7 p.m., and I’m over at the Legion home in Bath. I have never...

Bath Council Continues To Discuss Rental Inspection Ordinance

by HOME NEWS STAFF On Wednesday, Jan. 8, Council met to discuss the Rental Inspection and Registry Ordinance. Shannon Callouri from CodeMaster Inspection Services was present to field questions from...

Emergency Fuel Assistance for Northampton County Residents

submitted by Becky Bartlett Lamont McClure and Area Agency on Aging will begin their Emergency Fuel Program on Jan. 13, 2020. To be eligible, residents must be age 60...

Moore Township Holds Re-Organization Meeting

The Moore Township Board of Supervisors had their re-organization meeting at 7 p.m. on Jan. 6 at the Moore Township Municipal building. Daniel Piorkowski will remain chairman and David Shaffer will continue to serve as...

Bath Council Swears In Reelected Members

During their first meeting of 2020 on January 6, the Borough of Bath Council swore in four reelected council members. Barry Fenstermaker, Phyllis Andrews, Mark Saginario, and Frank Hesch were all sworn in for new...

Mayor Urges Council To Push Forward With Rental Inspection Ordinance Following Fire

Following a January 3 fire that injured at least two people, Bath Mayor Fiorella Mirabito is urging the borough’s council to push forward with a rental inspection ordinance before another tragedy strikes the borough. Plans...

Cement Workers of the Month

Left to right: Tony Plucker, Austin Plucker and Mark Plucker. Tony, Mark and Austin Plucker, and former family members, have over 130 years of service at Evansville, the...
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