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East Allen Board of Supervisors discuss LED lights and used street sweeper

The East Allen Township Board of Supervisors met on Thursday, September 24 at 7 p.m.; the meeting was held virtually on Zoom and the township’s Facebook page.  The board scheduled this year’s trick-or-treat night for...

Allen Township residents want Homestead Estates Trail to stay

After exploring plans to close off the Homestead Estates Pedestrian Spur Trail following safety concerns, the Allen Township Board of Supervisors heard from a handful of residents in favor of keeping the trail. Several...

Inaugural Bath Restaurant Week filled with delicious dishes, one-of-a-kind specials, and plenty of safe...

For the first time ever, Bath’s unique, diverse, and delicious restaurants will get an entire week dedicated to them, their menus, and the creative owners and chefs who are satisfying appetites across Northampton County....

Allen Township rejects Pyrotechnic Club Display, pushes forward with trick-or-treat

During their September 22 virtual meeting, the Allen Township Board of Supervisors heard from the Lappawinzo Fish and Game Protective Association and the Northern Lights Pyrotechnic Club. The two clubs were seeking to hold...

Lehigh Township Supervisors discuss budget, award Cherryville bid

At the September 22 meeting of the Lehigh Township Supervisors, which began an hour earlier than usual at 6 p.m., they addressed preliminary budget concerns and awarded the long-anticipated bid for work on the...

Latest results from COVID-19 drive-through testing site

submitted by Becky Bartlett, Northampton County The latest data from the COVID-19 drive-through testing site at 3100 Emrick Blvd. in Bethlehem Township shows a 4 percent positive rate for the virus. “We can see in the...

Northampton Council votes to ban telecommunications during public meetings

During their September 17 public meeting, Northampton Borough Council voted to ban non-emergency telecommunications during public meetings. The issue was broached after Councilman Robert McHale called into council’s September 3 meeting while on vacation.  “We...

Bath Council plans 2021 budget: Roads, public works, and park improvements among top priorities

During their meeting on September 16, Bath Borough Council discussed the upcoming 2021 budget and priority projects that funds should be allocated to. All councilmen and women were in agreement that roads were the...

Family visitations now allowed at Gracedale Nursing Home

submitted by Becky Bartlett Gracedale entered Step II of their re-opening plan on Friday, September 18 following the completion of universal testing at the facility. No residents or staff showed positive results for COVID-19. “While we...

Routine business at Lehigh Township Supervisors meeting

After the call to order, the approval of bills and various planning-related waivers, the September 8 meeting of the Lehigh Township Board of Supervisors was briefly interrupted for anyone listening via teleconference because of...
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