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Northampton Plans For Meeting With Allen Township Over Sewer Agreement

During their meeting on Thursday, July 18, Northampton Borough Council announced that the borough will be meeting with several Allen Township supervisors and township solicitor Lincoln Treadwell to discuss the amended sewer agreement between...

Bikers Remembering Bikers Celebrates 14th Year

For the fourteenth year, dozens of motorcycles zoomed up Route 512 in Bath for an important cause. On Saturday, July 20, the Bath Fire Social Hall held its annual Bikers Remembering Bikers event. The...

Gov. Wolf: Pennsylvanians Need to Heed Heat Warnings

Harrisburg, PA – As record-high temperatures and heat watches and warnings exist across the state today through Monday, Governor Tom Wolf is asking all Pennsylvanians to heed advice to stay informed, aware and take...

Looking Back | Bath History Column 4

In this fourth column, I am continuing my visit to the Bath Museum recalling 200 years of local history. In our last column we remember when the cement industry had a great impact on...

Nazareth Pallet Holds Annual Safety Event

Nazareth Pallet held it's ninth Safety Event on Thursday, July 11 in Northampton. The business recently celebrated its 35th anniversary and has been making an event out of their annual safety day for the...

Lack Of Sewer Agreement Between Allen, Northampton Leaves Residents Without Homes

A lack of a sewer agreement between Allen Township and Northampton Borough has left some residents in limbo. The Intermunicipal Sewer Services Agreement between the two municipalities has been expired since 2016. Without an agreement,...

Family Fun At Northampton Community Days

From July 10 until July 13, the Northampton Exchange Club hosted its 39th annual Community Days Fair. There were plenty of rides, games, performances, and foods for the hundreds of children and adults alike...

Cement Worker Of The Month | Jim Berger

Mr. Jim Berger was raised in Leesport, graduating from Schuylkill Valley High School in 1985. After school at age 14 he worked at Leesport Cattle Auction, recalling, “I enjoyed working with the cattle as...

Borough Of Bath To Hold Annual Community Yard Sale Day

The Borough of Bath will be holding their annual Community Yard Sale Day on Saturday, Sept. 7 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Spaces are currently available at Ciff Cowling Park for a fee of...

Bath Borough Working With Residents To Confirm Road Ownership

The Borough of Bath has been auditing borough roads, defining which ones are public roads and which are private. The borough can continue maintenance on public roads. Private roads, on the other hand, become...