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Looking Back | Weaversville Part 1 of 14

Craig home, photo courtesy of Larry Oberly A few months ago, Mr. Oberly and this writer received a phone call from Ms. Toby Gilbert, who resides in Houston,...

‘Positive’ Meetings With FedEx, LVPC Lead To Action In Northampton

When truck traffic became too much for some residents to bear, Northampton Borough led the charge in calling neighboring municipalities together for a solution. Five municipalities met regularly to discuss the reasons behind the...

East Allen Continues Rockefeller Hearing; Rock Argues Online Shopping Is Behind This Development

On Wednesday, February 19, East Allen Township continued its curative amendment hearing against Rockefeller Group. Rockefeller used the hearing to stress that the rise of e-commerce has directly impacted the rise of development in...

St. Luke’s Presents ‘Stop the Bleed’ at Bath Neighborhood Watch Meeting

On Wednesday, February 19, St. Luke’s University Hospital presented their “Stop the Bleed” program during the Bath Neighborhood Watch Group meeting at the Bath Borough Hall. 

Little Moore Church Rocks For A Cause

The annual “Rock-a-Thon” was held at Little Moore Church on Saturday, February 15. Members of the Christian Endeavor Youth Group raised nearly $2,000 by rocking in rocking...

Memorial Library of Nazareth Announces 2020 Budget After $56,000 Reduction

from www.nazarethlibrary.org The Memorial Library of Nazareth and Vicinity faces a $56,000 shortfall in 2020 due to reduced budget disbursements primarily from Upper...

East Allen Township Opposes State Police Fee Proposal

During their meeting on Tuesday, February 12, the East Allen Township Board of Supervisors asked solicitor Joe Piperato to draft a letter of opposition to Governor Tom Wolf’s state police fee proposal.

Nazareth Acting Company Shows How ‘Love is Like a Game Show’

From awkward question and answer sessions to family feuds with the in-laws, finding love really is like an episode of your favorite game show. Movement Theater...

Northampton Clergy Members Granted Free Access to Rec Center

During their meeting on Thursday, February 6, the Northampton Borough Council voted to grant free rec center membership to active and retired members of the borough’s clergy. The request was made by...

Cement Worker Of The Month | Herman Holderman

Herman Holderman, Lafarge Whitehall Mr. Herman Holderman was reared in Northampton, graduating from Northampton High School in 1978 where he was a member of the Konkrete Kid...
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