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Looking Back | Breweries Part 2 of 3

In today’s column, myself and my friend Larry Oberly, with camera in hand, continue to remember the old Northampton Brewery that was located on Newport Avenue. The brewery was founded in 1903...

Northampton Council Grants Conditional Approval For New Townhomes

On December 19, Northampton Borough Council granted final conditional approval for 40 new townhomes behind the CVS and Redner’s Quick Shoppe on West 21st Street. The townhomes will be constructed by Northampton Residential, LLC, who...

Keystone Cement Answers Mining Questions: ‘We Want To Be Good Neighbors’

After a number of East Allen Township residents expressed concerns over a possible mining expansion by Keystone Cement, the cement company gave residents and the township’s supervisors a thorough presentation on future plans, which include...

Upper Nazareth Township Passes Budget, Cuts Library Funding

In a 3-2 vote, the Upper Nazareth Township Board of Supervisors passed Resolution 19-14 adopting the 2020 general fund budget, which includes a $50,000 funding cut to the Nazareth Memorial Library. Michael Rinker, Robert Disbrow...

Area Firefighters Hear Presentation On ‘Once-In-A-Career’ Emergency

Over 200 firefighters and EMS volunteers from Northampton and Lehigh Counties gathered at Northampton Area High School to attend attend a valuable training that may help save the lives of their friends, family, and neighbors....

Northampton Area High School Club Hosts Representative Marcia Hahn

Hosted by the Young Politician Club, Pennsylvania Representative Marcia Hahn spoke to students on Dec. 13 at Northampton Area High School.  Hahn was invited...

Rain Could Not Dampen Holiday Spirit of Christmas in Nazareth

Photo by Gregory Morgan Photography Downtown Nazareth turned into a scene from a Hallmark movie on Saturday, Dec. 14 for its annual Christmas in Nazareth event despite the...

‘White Christmas’ at the Roxy Brings Christmas Cheer to Northampton

On Wednesday, Dec. 11, the Northampton Area Chamber of Commerce and the Roxy Theatre teamed up for their annual holiday tradition. Over 400 people attended a free...

Nazareth Celebrates Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony

Photo by Gregory Morgan Photography On a cold and brisk Dec. 5, from 7 to 9 p.m., the circle at center square in downtown Nazareth turned into a...

Northampton Councilman Voices Displeasure Over Northampton Townhomes

During Northampton Borough Council’s Dec. 5 meeting, Councilman Anthony Lopsonzski, Sr. took time to voice his displeasure over the future Northampton Townhomes development. This development of 40 townhomes will be built on 21st Street, behind the...
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