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Allen Township Grants FedEx Trailer Parking Expansion

During their virtual meeting on Tuesday, June 14, the Allen Township Board of Supervisors granted approval for Phase 2A of the FedEx project on Willowbrook Road. This phase is part of the developer’s original...

Northampton Applying For Grants To Add Video Systems To Police Patrol Cars

During their Thursday, July 16 meeting, the Northampton Borough Council passed two resolutions that would allow the borough to apply for two grants that would be used to add video systems to...

LT Supervisors Consider Short-Term Rental Ordinance

At the July 14 meeting of the Lehigh Township Supervisors, residents attended in person and via teleconference to voice concerns about an Airbnb rental in the township. The property, on Longacre Drive...

Howertown Road Bridge Restricted in Allen Township

County:  Northampton Municipality:  Allen Township Road name:  Howertown Road Between:  PA 329/Nor-Bath Boulevard and Kreidersville Road Type of restriction:  24...

Looking Back | Weaversville Part 11 of 14

The home of Dr. B. D. Wilkins, the last Weaversville physician. Photo courtesy of Larry Oberly. Seventy years ago, I spent much of the summer on William...

The Nazareth Clippers Cancel Fall Sports

The Nazareth Clippers, a youth sports organization located in Nazareth, has decided to cancel their fall sports programs due to COVID-19, citing the restrictions being requested as too much for the organization...

Moore Township Board of Supervisors Discuss Firework Complaints

The Moore Township Board of Supervisors met at 7 p.m. on July 7 at the Moore Township Recreation Center. After an increase in complaints of fireworks being shot off,...

Results From Universal Testing For COVID-19 At Gracedale Nursing Home

submitted by Becky Bartlett All residents and staff at Gracedale Nursing Home were tested for COVID-19 on June 26, 27, and 28 with help from the National Guard. Universal...

Creek Cleanup, New Signs Will Help Beautify Borough of Bath

During their July 6 meeting, the Borough of Bath Council discussed grant opportunities for signage across the borough. Last month, the borough’s Economic Development Committee proposed adding directional signage for parking as...

Bath Council Urges Residents To Contact State Reps About Fireworks

The Borough of Bath Council held their first in-person meeting since March, with the option for residents to participate virtually via Zoom. Several safety measures were taken to keep council and residents...
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