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Northampton (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)

Northampton (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)
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  • Northampton County officials cracking down on lies and forgery in court

    James A. Dougherty was called before a Northampton County judge in February to explain why he had stopped paying child support. He allegedly told the judge he was unable to work for medical reasons, but members of the county domestic relations staff were...
  • Dent: House should vote border bill before recess

    Dent: House should vote border bill before recess
    With Congress planning to hit the road back to their home districts later today, Republican House leaders nixed an expected vote on a bill to address the crisis of unaccompanied children crossing the southern border. Lehigh Valley Rep. Charlie Dent says...
  • PennDOT road, bridge work budget gets approval

    State and regional officials Wednesday granted final approval of a $382.3 million spending plan for Lehigh Valley road and bridge repair and replacement, as well as mass-transit funding, over the next four years. Under PennDOT's Transportation...
  • Parkland's boys will go for a summer sweep at 'A-town Throwdown'

    Since the Stellar Construction "Catch A Rising Star" Showcase parted ways with SportsFest in 2008 to provide the area with two high school basketball tournaments every July, only one boys team has swept both tournaments. That was Allen in 2010. And...
  • Here are the latest doctors, nurses, barbers, real estate agents and other professionals sanctioned by state boards

    These disciplinary and licensing actions were announced recently (July 7) by Pennsylvania's licensing boards against professionals who live and work in the Lehigh Valley area. The information is taken verbatim from the PA Department of State's website,...
  • Brown talks budget, pensions to small town hall crowd

    Paul and Mary Wozniak were perfectly suited as audience to Northampton County Executive John Brown, who targets his message to taxpayers and county employees. The couple, East Allen Township residents and county employees, were among a handful of...
  • Bethlehem man gets state prison for burglaries

    A Bethlehem man who burglarized a slew of homes in the city's northeastern section will serve three to 10 years in state prison. Giovanni K. Sanders, 22, was sentenced Friday by Northampton County Judge Anthony Beltrami after previously pleading guilty...
  • Allentown, Northampton County 911 to share equipment

    Allentown and Northampton County have struck an agreement to share 911 technology, a move that will comply with a state mandate but also strengthen the system in the event of a natural disaster, officials said Wednesday. The agreement, which Allentown...
  • Man pleads guilty in methamphetamine trafficking case

    A man will serve more than four years in state prison after admitting his role in a methamphetamine trafficking ring and a burglary at a Wilson home. Eric Youngkin, 43, of Palmer Township pleaded guilty Tuesday to possession with the intent to deliver,...
  • DA: Whitehall man shot in back after reversing car into constables

    DA: Whitehall man shot in back after reversing car into constables
    A man was shot in the back by a state constable attempting to serve warrants for unpaid parking tickets Thursday in Whitehall Township after the man reversed his car into the constable's path, authorities said. Two constables fired at Kevin C. McCullers,...
  • Free afternoon story time programs from Cops 'n' Kids

     
    The summer story time program at Cops ’n’ Kids Reading Room in Bethlehem has been so popular that the reading room on the fourth floor of the Northampton Community College Fowler Family Center has added a second afternoon session at 4 p.m....