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Looking Back | Bath

Today, I continue my visit to the new Bath Museum and recall the history of a neighboring community whose roots go back to 1737. As we discussed in our last column, many of the...

Allen Township Supervisors Continue Discussion On Graystone Flooding

On June 11, several weeks after residents of Graystone Circle appeared before the board of supervisors to complain of flooding, the Allen Township Board of Supervisors gave residents a new update. Township manager Ilene Eckhart...

East Allen Township Sued By Rock-Lehigh Valley

A year after rejecting a zoning change request by Rockefeller Group, East Allen Township is now being sued by the development company. The announcement was made by township solicitor Joseph Piperato during the Board...

Northampton Residents Sign Petition To Stop Train Disturbances

During the Borough of Northampton Council meeting on Thursday, June 6, resident Brian King returned with many of his neighbors living on or near Buckingham Drive. Together, they presented council with a petition signed...

Bath Farmers’ Market Crowns Little Miss Strawberry

Bath Farmers' Market crowned this year's Little Miss Strawberry on Friday, June 7, in the third annual contest. This year's winner is four year-old Lillian Gengaro of Bath. She is the daughter of Heather and...

Looking Back | Cradle of History

Today, I am visiting the new Bath Museum in the borough’s municipal building. In the past I have written a number of columns on the borough’s history and heritage. Over the years Margie Rehrig, Diane...

Residents Say Drainage Issues Are Turning Graystone Circle Into A ‘Swamp’

Several residents of the 900 block of Graystone Circle appeared before the Allen Township Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, May 28. They said that drainage issues in the new development are “out of control.” The...

Parking Permits And Rental Ordinance Discussed; Old Bath Municipal Building Sold To Bidder

The Borough of Bath council meeting on Monday, June 3 was a busy one. Council discussed parking permits, rental inspection ordinances, rezoning requests, and took some time to recognize a Borough employee. The sale...

Annual Paw Prints On The Canal Sets Tails Wagging

On Sunday, June 2, Paw Prints on the Canal returned to Northampton’s Canal Street Park for the 11th year in a row. The annual event has become one that is looked forward to by...

East Allen Looks To Grants For Weaversville Farmhouse Demolition, Public Works Equipment

During their May 23 meeting, East Allen supervisors unanimously granted borough manager Brent Green permission to move forward with applications for several grants that will enable the township to pay for an abundance of...