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Allen Supervisors Approve Jaindl Watson Warehouse Development

During their meeting on Tuesday, August 13, Allen Township supervisors approved the final plan for the Jaindl Watson warehouse development between Howertown and Seemsville Roads. The project, which proposes 2.4 million square feet of warehouse,...

Looking Back | Bath Series Final Column

This final column concludes our visit to the Bath Museum with a community with over 200 years of history. We were happy when Japan surrendered in August 1945, “V-J Day,” WWII was officially over. Men...

Small Businesses, Mighty People | D&S Florist

For my second installment, Dorothy Propokovich and Scott Rabenold greeted me at their small shop to learn about their walk of life. Their business is called D&S Florist Shop and Dorothy explained she is...

Downtown Nazareth Alive With The Sound Of Music

Downtown Nazareth was filled with the vibrant sound of live music and tempting aromas of festival foods on Saturday, August 3 at the 12th Annual Martin on Main celebration. Food trucks and art vendors lined...

Looking Back | Impact of WWII

Today I am in the new Bath Museum looking at the impact of World War II on Bath, the year of 1940. Our economy was slowly improving, we were optimistic, and we hoped the...

East Allen Supervisors Think Toll Brothers Development Should Be ‘Further Along’

During their meeting on Thursday, July 25, East Allen Township supervisors discussed the progress, or in their opinion, lack of progress at Regency at Creekside Meadows, a Toll Brothers development on Route 512. Developers requested...

The Chicken Corner Celebrates Grand Opening

The Chicken Corner, Nazareth borough's newest option for takeout and delivery, held its grand opening ribbon cutting on Tuesday, July 23. The eatery, located at the corners of Bushkill Center and W. Moorestown Roads, offers...

Allen Township Considers Truck Traffic Restrictions

During their meeting on Tuesday, July 23, Allen Township supervisors discussed the possibilities for truck traffic restrictions in the township. Local authorities are allowed to restrict traffic on township roads without the need for...

Borough Of Bath Collects Almost 2,000 Pairs Of Socks For Sock Drive

The Borough of Bath collected 1,790 pairs of socks for the recent 2019 spring sock drive, held by the Lehigh Valley Business Group. The American Legion of Bath contributed over 650 pairs of socks...

Small Businesses, Mighty People | Miss Sharon’s Historical Clothing

For this first installment I visited Miss Sharon's Historical Clothing, where I met owner Sharon Louise. Little did I know, I was in for a trip through time. This shop is a great fit...