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Northampton County Upcoming Roadwork

submitted by Ronald Young Municipality:  Hanover Twp Road name:  US 22 East Between:  PA 512 and PA 191

Bath Farmers’ Market Opens with Social Distancing, Protective Measures

The Bath Farmers' Market kicked off its new season on Friday, May 15. The market looked a little different this year, with hand washing stations, masks, and...

PennDOT To Use Existing Photos for Driver License and ID Card Renewals

submitted by Diego Santino Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that PennDOT will use existing photos on file for customers who renew their driver's license and...

Northampton Borough Council Tables Decision On Pool Opening

During their May 7 virtual meeting, Northampton Borough Council decided to table its decision on whether or not to open the borough's public swimming pool until at least May 21. 

Drive-Thru Testing Center Open Monday and Tuesday

The Northampton County sponsored COVID-19 drive-thru testing site will be open on Monday and Tuesday (May 11 and 12). Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. or until supplies run out. The...

National Guard Completes its Deployment at Gracedale

submitted by Becky Bartlett Lamont McClure, Gracedale Administrator Jennifer Stewart-King and Director of Nursing Dawn Tuersfeldman thank Lieutenant Colonel Darren McAuley, Captain Joseph McLaughlin and their National Guard troops...

Moore Township Extends Real Estate Tax Due Date

The Moore Township Board of Supervisors voted to extend the real estate baseline tax period until Aug. 31, 2020 during their digital meeting held at 7 p.m. on May 5.

Upcoming Roadwork in Northampton County

Municipality:  Bethlehem Township Road name:  US 22 Between:  PA 33 and PA 191 Type of work:  Pothole Patching Work being...

Looking Back | Weaversville Part 6 of 14

Photo courtesy of Larry Oberly. In this column, Mr. Larry Oberly and this writer are enrolling in the Weaversville Academy on Weaversville Road, East Allen Township. The year...

2020 Spuds And Suds Canceled Due To COVID-19; Bath Farmers’ Market To Move Forward

During their first-ever virtual meeting on May 4, the Borough of Bath council made the difficult decision to cancel the fifth anniversary of Spuds and Suds. The financial strain the pandemic has...
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