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Tama Building Raises Concerns For Residents

During Northampton Borough Council’s public meeting on Thursday, March 21, Main Street resident Margaret Korsak appeared before the board to express her concerns in regards to the renovated Tama building. Her home is separated...

‘Anything Goes’ Sets Sail At Catasauqua High School

From March 21 through March 24, the Catasauqua High School Drama Club brought the classic musical “Anything Goes” to life. The production is a 2019 Freddy Awards contender. The 1962 musical tells the story of...

‘Mary Poppins’ Flies High At Northampton Area High School

From March 21 through March 24, Northampton Area High School enchanted audiences with the theatre company’s performance of the Disney classic “Mary Poppins.” The musical is a 2019 Freddy Awards contender. “Mary Poppins,” based on...

Looking Back | Triangle Fire

Do you remember when our communities were home to numerous garment factories providing jobs for thousands of employees? The dedicated workers manufactured high quality shirts, dresses, blouses and slacks. They worked long hours for...

Allen Township Grants Extended Work Hours To Rockefeller

During their March 12 meeting, the Allen Township Board of Supervisors voted to extend work hours to Rockefeller developers, allowing them to conduct overnight concrete pours at Lots 4 and 5 along Willowbrook Road. In...

Keystone Cement Moving Away From Coal And Towards Natural Gas

During East Allen’s March 13 Board of Supervisors workshop meeting, Robert Toedter, a consultant for Keystone Cement, sought a letter of acknowledgement from supervisors to support the cement company’s move away from coal power. Currently,...

‘Change On Main’ Seeking To Give Back To Borough Of Northampton

During the Borough of Northampton’s March 7 meeting, Brian Sabo, program director for Change on Main, appeared before the board to introduce the borough’s new recovery center and the activities it hopes to hold...

State Police Hold Active Shooter Training At Bath Neighborhood Watch

At Bath’s monthly neighborhood watch meeting on March 6, State Trooper Nathan Branosky held an active shooter training session. Residents learned about the “Run, Hide, Fight” method and how they can protect themselves in...

Cement Worker Of The Month | Barry Schlosser

Mr. Barry Schlosser was raised in Stiles, graduating from Whitehall High School in 1993. He started his cement career at LaFarge in 2000 working on the tire dock. On each shift a tractor trailer...

Historical Commission Discusses Schoolhouse

The Moore Township Historical Commission voted on officer positions for 2019. Charmaine Bartholomew will serve as chairman, Helene Mery as vice chairman and Bob Vasile will serve as secretary. The board discussed markers that will...