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Apartment developer appears before Northampton Borough Council to address waste disposal questions

Stephen Hardy, Vice President of Real Estate for The Hyman Group, appeared before Northampton Borough Council on Thursday, April 4 to answer questions and concerns over waste disposal at 1204 Main St. The property...

Moore Township Supervisors hear Girl Scout project proposal and Water’s Edge appeal updates

The Moore Township Supervisors met Tuesday, April 2 with a busy agenda that began with the swearing in of Adam Heckman as Klecknersville Rangers Volunteer Fire Company’s assistant fire chief. Following, supervisors unanimously granted two...

Obituaries | Week of April 11

Joan Marie Cheesbrough Joan Marie Cheesbrough, 76, of Ft. Pierce, Fla., formerly of Lehigh Township, Pa. for 50 years, passed away peacefully in her home on Feb. 13, 2024. She was the wife of Harry...

Northampton Area School District discusses future of Moore Elementary at public meeting

The Northampton Area School District held a special public meeting on Thursday, April 4 regarding the district’s elementary configuration and specifically, on whether or not to keep Moore Elementary School open as a fifth...

Obituaries | Week of March 28

Michael "Mike" Hoffman Michael "Mike" Hoffman, 58 of Bath, Pa., passed away on March 23, 2024,in Nazareth, Pa. Born Aug. 6, 1965 in Bethlehem, Pa., he was the son of the late Kenneth Hoffman and...

Northampton School Board accepts board member resignation

The Northampton School Board met Monday, March 11. Early in the meeting, Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 Executive Director Christopher Wolfel announced that the proposed 2024-2025 school year budget requests a 0% increase, which will keep...

Noteworthy Neighbors | Women’s History Month: Celebrating Northampton County historical women

As the eighth county formed in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, March 11 marked 272 years since Northampton County’s 1752 formation. Additionally, March also happens to be Women’s History Month, which highlights the contributions of...

Northampton Borough Council approves street light installation, bids farewell to community planner

During their meeting on Thursday, March 21, Northampton Borough Council approved three new street lights for The Fields at Willowbrook, a new development along Kingsbarns Lane. The street lights were requested by residents in...

Cement Worker of the Month: Trevor Stone, Buzzi Unicem

Mr. Trevor Stone was raised in Deptford, N.J., graduating from Deptford High School in 1989. While he was in high school, he served on Student Council and played baseball. His first job was serving...

Looking Back | The Atlas Gardens

The old Atlas Portland Cement Company complex was located on 728 acres of land. During World War I, the company decided to plow a 40-acre tract and give plots to employees to raise vegetables...
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