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Looking Back | Weaversville Part 10 of 14

Photo courtesy of Larry Oberly. The World War II memorial stands on the grounds of St. John's United Church of Christ, Howertown. Listed are the 61 men and women from the...

Nazareth Student With Rare Medical Condition Finds One-Of-A-Kind Education

In spring 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many Pennsylvania students had their first experience with online schooling. But rising fifth grader Lucas Alvarado from Nazareth has never had any other choice. 

LT Supervisors Discuss Routine Business As Township Goes Green

The June 23 meeting of the Lehigh Township supervisors was once again held via teleconference because of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. As Northampton County prepares to enter the green phase of Governor...

Northampton Borough Thanks Change on Main’s Brian Sabo For Dedication and Service

Brian Sabo, director of Change on Main, a recovery support center in the Borough of Northampton, will be stepping down as director to help open a new recovery center in Bethlehem. Sabo...

Community Garden Comes To Life in Northampton

Just over a year ago, two groups in the community came together and decided to collaborate on a community garden. People Standing Up, whose mission is to help the community and make...

Northampton County: Lane Restrictions on Rt. 248

Municipality:  Bath Borough, Lehigh, Moore, and East Allen Townships Road name:  PA 248 Between:  PA 946 and PA 512 Type of work: ...

Northampton Borough Council Defers High School Graduation Request

On Thursday, June 18, the Northampton Borough Council resumed in-person meetings, with the option for residents to call in to the meeting via telephone. During the meeting, Borough Manager LeRoy Brobst announced...

Looking Back | Weaversville Part 9 of 14

Today, Larry Oberly and this writer are concluding our interview with Susan Jenkins and her mother, Margie, a descendant of Samuel Weaver, whose father founded the village of Weaversville.

Lehigh Township Supervisors Consider Budget Cuts

Possible budget cuts loomed large at the June 9 meeting of the Lehigh Township Supervisors, held again via teleconference because of the Covid-19 pandemic. At the April 28 meeting, Chairperson Cindy Miller...

‘Nazzy Moms Unite’ Creates ‘Adopt a Senior’ Program

Nazzy Moms Unite is a group that was formed by Amy Pidgeon to establish a community of moms in Nazareth that were willing to commit to working together as a team to...
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