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Looking Back | Depression

The year is 2001; I’m over on Penn Street in Bath with Mr. George Maureka, a former Penn Dixie employee, who is sharing his memories of the Great Depression. His son, also named George,...

Small Businesses, Mighty People | Blend

Music! Art! Camaraderie! Creativity! These were some of the impressions I received at a place called Blend, a performance and event venue located on Bath’s Historic Chestnut Street. I visited business owner Jenny Bertram...

Camp Cake: A Sweet Escape

If you're looking for a new experience and something creative to do in the growing genre of instructor led DIY and have a sweet tooth, Camp Cake is your next destination. Nestled amongst the dark...

Nazareth Borough Council Passes Animal Control Motions

On Tuesday, September 3, Nazareth Borough Council passed two important motions concerning animal control in the Borough. The motions, proposed by Council Woman Jessica Teel Sadler, address the feral cat issues of the Borough...

Tri-Boro Sportsmen Club Causing Safety Concerns For Residents

Some residents living near Northampton’s Tri-Boro Sportsmen Club expressed concerns about safety during Northampton’s September 5 council meeting. Recently, bullets have been found in the siding of nearby homes and rapid firing can be...

Bath View Condo Residents Unhappy with Transition Process

Residents of the Bath View Condominiums off Route 512 are unhappy with current development on the property. Phase 1 of the development has yet to be completed after a new developer came in to...

Yard Waste Concerns Prompt Letter From FRCA Attorney

Allen Township received a letter from the First Regional Compost Authority’s attorney David Backenstoe. The letter came following concerns about contractors using the township’s yard waste collection site instead of using FRCA’s main Weaversville...

Keystone Blasting ‘Louder And More Intrusive’ For East Allen Residents

East Allen Township residents living along Route 329 and Jacksonville Road have noticed more frequent and aggressive explosions coming from the Keystone Cement quarry. They report their homes shaking and cracks forming. Resident Sharon Fournier...

4th Annual Spuds & Suds Brings Crowds To Bath

Bath’s largest festival returned to the borough on Saturday, August 24. Spuds & Suds drew thousands of “foodies” and concertgoers to Bath’s historic district. Crowds enjoyed food trucks and stands like Take a Taco, Polish...

Small Businesses, Mighty People | Goodies Gone Wild

Goodies Gone Wild is the name of a family run store selling hot sauces, sodas, cotton candy tubs and exotic meats in Downtown Easton. Owner Danny Neville recalls it opened in 2018, the same...