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GWHS Showcases Historical Holiday Traditions

Hundreds visited the Governor Wolf Historical Society’s Family Historical Christmas Day on Saturday, Dec. 7. The free event was held at the society’s campus on Jacksonville Road....

Upper Nazareth Board of Supervisors Continue to Discuss Library Budget

On Dec. 4, the Upper Nazareth Board of Supervisors met at the township building to once again discuss the library funding cuts with the public. Early on the meeting was opened to the public and...

Moore Township Proposes Tax Increase

In a two to one vote, the Moore Township Board of Supervisors voted to propose a 2 mills tax increase for the 2020 budget on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at the Moore Township...

Looking Back | Breweries Part 1 of 3

Photo credit to JOHN DEMCZSZYN and the Atlas Cement Museum Today we rekindle some old local brewery memories. A number of years ago...

Bath Wraps Up 2019, Looks Ahead to 2020

The Borough of Bath Council had their last public meeting of 2019 on Monday, December 2. During the meeting, council wrapped up its final tasks of 2019 and started to look forward to all...

Small Business Saturday and Inaugural Cookie Stroll Celebrated in Nazareth

Gregory Morgan Photography Gregory Morgan Photography Many shoppers came out to celebrate Small Business Saturday in Nazareth, the annual holiday that falls the Saturday...

GWHS 39th Annual Christmas House Tour | Peter Rohn Home

Peter Rohn home Plans are underway for the 39th Annual Christmas House Tour. The Governor Wolf Historical Society will open six private historic homes and four early buildings...

Northampton 2020 Budget Includes First Tax Increase Since 2016

The 2020 draft budget was presented to Northampton Borough Council during their November 19 meeting. The budget includes a 0.5 mil property tax increase, the first tax increase for borough residents since 2016. The tax...

Northampton’s Rental Inspection Ordinance Will ‘Stay As Is’ In 2020

As the first year of Northampton’s Rental Inspection Ordinance comes to an end, the borough’s council gave an update on its progress during their November 19 meeting. The borough’s rental...

Residents Express Concern Over Lack Of Library Funding

Photo by Gregory Morgan Photography It was standing room only as residents came to the Board of Supervisors meeting for Upper Nazareth Township on Nov. 20. Handing out...
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