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Northampton County upcoming roadwork

Municipality: Various Road name: Interstate 78 Between: Exit 67 (PA 412) and Exit 75 (To PA 611) Type of work: Construction Work being done by: PennDOT Contractor Type of restriction: Nighttime Restriction: Lane restriction eastbound for concrete repair work. Expect...

East Allen Township mower goes up in flames, supervisors discuss options

The East Allen Township Board of Supervisors met Wednesday, July 13 to discuss an insurance loss of the township’s flail/boom mower, moving the pedestal poles and pedestrian crossing on Airport Road and Hanoverville Road,...

Northampton School Board shares district goals, revisits straw poll

The Northampton School Board held its monthly meeting on Monday, July 18 where the board discussed school district goals, temporary emergency provisions, and PIAA bylaws. Superintendent Joseph Kovalchik began with a presentation on the 2022-2023...

Obituaries | Week of July 21

Linda R. Hahn Linda R. Hahn, 61, of Bath, passed away peacefully on Monday, July 11, 2022 at St. Luke's Hospice House, Lower Saucon Twp., Pa.  Born on April 8, 1961, in Allentown, Pa., she...

Allen Township Supervisors review sketch plan of expanded Stone Ridge Meadows development

During their July 12 meeting, the Allen Township Board of Supervisors reviewed the most recent sketch plan of the Stone Ridge Meadows development, Phases 3, 4, and 5. Keystone Consulting Engineers is the team...

Looking Back | Cement to War, Part 4 of 7

In this continuing series, platoon leader S. Sgt. Frank Csencsitz, of Northampton, marched through Germany with the 5th division, 3rd army, under Gen. George Patton. The year was 1945. As they crossed into Germany, German soldiers...

Bath Borough Council looks forward to Old Home Week, addresses sanitation contract

During the Bath Borough Council meeting on Tuesday, July 5, council members looked ahead to August’s Old Home Week. Tickets are now on sale for the History Night Dinner on Friday, August 19. The...

Northampton residents look for ways to support Main Street Family Restaurant

During the Northampton Borough Council meeting on Thursday, July 7, resident Bernie Hahn appeared before council to see whether the borough can support the Main Street Family Restaurant. The family-run business has been closed...

Moore Township Zoning Hearing Board holds Water’s Edge at Wind Gap Industrial Development appeal

The Moore Township Zoning Hearing Board met Wednesday, June 6 to hear the Water’s Edge at Wind Gap LLC Industrial Development for Warehouse Use property proposal appeal of the Zoning Officer’s determinations. The appeal...

Moore Supervisors discuss new police vehicles, website updates, Schiavone Farm bids

The Moore Township Board of Supervisors met Tuesday, July 5 to discuss website updates, monthly reports, and bids for Schiavone Farm. During the meeting, the supervisors also received Moore Township Planning Commission Chairman John...
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