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Cement Worker of the Month | October

Mr. Michael Haberle was reared in Nazareth, graduating from Nazareth High School in 1978, where he was co-captain on the Nazareth High School football team that won the 1977 Colonial League Championship. He played...

Local Writer Releases Children’s Book On Acceptance, Family, And A Lovable Spider Named Earl

When local writer Erin Rafanello Ferguson found live spiders in her family’s freshly cut Christmas tree, the idea for her children’s book was born. “I named one of the spiders Earl and my family and...

Drexel Heights Water Pressure Upgrades Slated For Spring 2020

After years of waiting, Allen Township residents in Drexel Heights will finally receive water pressure upgrades from the City of Bethlehem Water Department. Township Manager Ilene Eckhart made the announcement during the board of supervisors...

200th Farm Preserved in Northampton County

submitted by Becky Bartlett, Northampton County Northampton County Executive Lamont McClure and the Northampton County Farmland Preservation Board and staff will host a celebration of the 200th farm to be preserved in Northampton County on Wednesday,...

Family Treasures, Works Of Art Displayed At Annual Quilt Show

Over 75 quilted items were on display at Christ Church of Bath’s Fourth Annual Quilt Show held on Saturday, September 28. These quilts, some hand-sewn and others made by machine, some new and others...

East Allen Supervisors Send Letters Of Concern To Keystone Cement

After some East Allen Township residents received letters from Keystone Cement asking questions about their well integrity, concern has been high. Some residents approached East Allen supervisors at previous meetings to express their fears...

Small Businesses, Mighty People | Salt Cove Wellness

I was delighted when I find out about a gem located at the hillside, a place called Salt Cove Wellness. Here you will find a salt therapy room. If you have never heard of...

Looking Back | A Company Home

Today I continue my visit with Mr. George Maureka on Penn Street in Bath. The year is 2001. At age 15, George started to work for a Bath plumber for eight dollars a week, allowing...

Northampton Borough Awarded $93,000 Grant For Road Paving, Community Garden

Northampton County Executive Lamont McClure presented Northampton Borough with a check for $93,000 at the September 19 council meeting. The borough was awarded two separate grants: one for $8,000 for a community garden to...

Northampton H.S. Class of 1954 Donates to Northampton Area Food Bank

The Northampton High School Class of 1954 presented a $1,000 check to the Northampton Area Food Bank on Wednesday, September 25. The Class of ’54 had their 65th class reunion in August. Being their final...