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Borough of Bath Celebrates One Year With Pennsylvania State Police

On Monday, July 8, the Borough of Bath celebrated one year with the Pennsylvania State Police. State Police began law enforcement in the borough in 2018 after the borough ended its contract with the...

Annual Kazoo Parade Marches Through Nazareth

Independence Day in Nazareth wouldn't be the same without the annual Kazoo Parade. The town celebrated Independence Day in grand fashion on Thursday. Townspeople of all ages dressed in their red, white and blue...

Looking Back | Bath History Column 3

In this third column, I continue to explore the history of Bath. The historical roots of the borough go back to 1737. In 1861 the Civil War divided the country. The north responded to President...

East Allen Supervisors Want Airport Road Speed Limit Decreased

During the East Allen Township Board of Supervisors meeting on Thursday, June 27, engineer James Milot gave a report on safety at the intersection of Jade Lane/Dogwood Road and Airport Road. This report was...

Naz-O-Nut’s Grand Opening A Sweet Success

Not even the extreme heat could stifle the excitement surrounding Naz-O-Nut's grand opening last Tuesday night. The newest addition to Nazareth's small business landscape held its grand opening and ribbon cutting June 25 in...

Allen Township Passes Fireworks Ordinance Before July Fourth

During their meeting on Tuesday, June 25, the Allen Township Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to adopt the township’s new fireworks ordinance, right in time for July Fourth celebrations. Instead of adopting a new code,...

Northampton Historical Society Presents ‘Businesses Of A Bygone Era’ On Third Ward

On Saturday, June 22, the Northampton Historical Society presented “Businesses of a Bygone Era,” a program featuring the founders of the city's industry as well as landmark local businesses whose contributions to the economy...

First Farm To Table Dinner Presented At Bath Farmers’ Market

The Bath Farmers’ Market held their first farm to table dinner event last Friday evening during the usual market hours from 5 to 7 p.m. The dinner, prepared by Chef Todd of Estelle's Catering, had...

Northampton VFW Warns It May Cease To Exist

During the Borough of Northampton’s council meeting on Thursday, June 20, members of Northampton Borough VFW Post 4714 urged council to reconsider a decision that rejected a zoning use change of their social hall. Jonathan...

Paw Prints on the Canal Raises Over $10,000

On Thursday, June 20, the Paw Prints on the Canal organizers presented the Northampton Borough Police Department K9 Unit with $10,340.05. The funds were raised during the 11th Annual Paw Prints on the Canal...