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PennDOT Announces Start of Project to Replace Three Bridges on PA 248 in Northampton...

Allentown, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Engineering District 5 announced yesterday that work is beginning to replace three bridges on PA 248 in Northampton County. The bridges being replaced are the...

Memorial Day Services Held Throughout Northampton County

Memorial Day services were held throughout Northampton County over Memorial Day Weekend. From May 26 until May 27, the Sons of Veterans of the Grand Army of the Republic visited ten cemeteries and churches...

Holy Family School Sets Sail With Production Of ‘Pippi Longstocking’

From May 17 until May 19, the Holy Family School Players performed their production of Pippi Longstocking. Students from kindergarten through eighth grade brought the classic children’s tale to life with colorful costumes and...

Train Traffic Frustrates Northampton Residents

During the Borough of Northampton Council meeting on Thursday, May 16, council was approached by a resident frustrated by idling trains behind his home. Brian King, a resident of the 400 block of Buckingham Drive,...

Bath Farmers’ Market Kicks Off 12th Season Opening

The Bath Farmers’ Market kicked off the opening of their 12th season with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, May 17 at Keystone Park. Those present included the mayor of Bath, Fiorella Reginelli-Mirabito, council...

Cement Worker Of The Month | Stuart Guinther

Mr. Stuart Guinther was born in Boston, moving to Kutztown in his youth, graduating from Kutztown High School in 1980 recalling, “I enjoyed all the math courses, they were taught by Mr. Gougler, a...

Borough of Bath Learns About Emergency Management

During the Borough of Bath’s Neighborhood Watch Group meeting on Wednesday, May 8, representatives from Northampton County Emergency Management Services spoke to residents and helped them discover the inner workings of emergency management and...

Council Members Worry Insurance Costs Turning Farmers’ Market Vendors Away

During their meeting on Thursday, May 2, Northampton Borough Council discussed liability insurance placed on farmers’ market vendors. Victor Rodite, former manager of the farmers’ market, told them that the high cost of insurance...

Allen Township Discusses Fireworks Ordinance

During their meeting on Tuesday, April 30, the Allen Township Board of Supervisors discussed a proposed fireworks ordinance that would place regulations on the use of display and residential fireworks. The ordinance follows the...

Bath Museum Committee Requests Key Following Mix Up

Members of the Bath Museum Committee read a statement aloud to the Bath Borough Council during council’s meeting on Monday, May 6. In their statement, the committee asked that they be granted a single...