A benefit car wash is held to raise money to benefit the family of Christopher Iliff, who was seriously injured in a car accident in August.
Carol Simcoe, a long time community activist, has come out of semi-retirement.
Simcoe, who for years was involved in the annual street fair and headed the 2002 borough centennial, is advocating for a plan for a vacant commercial lot that, until a fire several years ago, housed a former clothing store.
She appeared before council at its recent meeting supporting borough planning consultant Victor Rodite, who wants to establish a farmers market. However, she took the idea much further, pushing for a project which, if embraced, could completely reshape the uptown area.
The field hockey team hosts a car wash.
Patriotic music filled the air Saturday as the brigade of 70 gleaming motorcycles, mostly Harley Davidsons, roared out Saturday from the Northampton Municipal Park on a covered bridge tour.
Many cyclists proudly displayed the American flag on the backs of their denim jackets.
The ride, sponsored by the Northampton Joint Veterans Association, took the bikers to the Manasses Guth, Wehr's, Rex's and Geiger's bridges, all located in Lehigh County.
The motorcyclists then rode to the recently renovated Northampton Veterans Memorial Park.
Northampton Borough Council is back at full strength, with eight members.
The rolls include two from each ward, and the position of vice president, vacated when Sherry Maikits resigned and moved to Coplay, is filled.
Anthony Pristash cast his first vote shortly after taking his seat for the first time Thursday.
He was appointed earlier in the month by council to fill one of two second-ward council seats.
Councilman Ed Pany made the motion for Councilman Robert Coleman to serve as council's vice president.
Everyone is invited to the 2013 Season Kick-Off for the Relay for Life of Whitehall.
The event takes place 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, in the lower-level auditorium of Fellowship Community, Whitehall.
All residents and business owners from the areas within the Whitehall-Coplay, Northampton, and Catasauqua school districts are encouraged to get involved.
The relay is a big undertaking. It takes nine months to plan and is done 100 percent by volunteers. A big thank you goes out to all the volunteers because we could not have a successful relay without them.
A Lehigh Township supervisor is concerned emails could violate the Sunshine Law.
Cynthia Miller told the board at the Sept. 11 meeting that she does not want to receive board emails because of concerns about the Sunshine Law.
Supervisor Dell Grove said supervisor Chairman Darryl Snover has warned them when they were close to violating the Sunshine Law. He said comments should be brought up in public.
He also asked if board members should have Lehigh Township addresses.
East Allen Township Board of Supervisors meets at 7:30 p.m. in the municipal building, 5344 Nor-Bath Blvd.
Bath Borough Council meets at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at the municipal building, 215 E. Main St.
The East Allen Township Municipal Authority meets at 7 p.m. in the township municipal building, 5344 Nor-Bath Blvd.
The Moore Township Board of Supervisors meets at 7:30 p.m. in the municipal building, 2491 Community Drive.
· Hokendauqua Fall Festival – 6-10 p.m., Hokey Athletic Association Field, Front and Lehigh streets. Pay one price ride special.
· Northampton Area Historical Society talk by Douglas Peters on the trolleys of the Lehigh Valley – 7 p.m., Northampton Fire Department, 1 Lerchenmiller Drive. Information: 610-262-4748.
· Boy Scout Scouts of America sign-ups – 7 p.m., St. Paul's Church, 418 Howertown Rd., Catasauqua. Information: 610-465-8565.
The good news is that, as a whole, Northampton Area School District was one of only nine school districts in Northampton and Lehigh counties to make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP).
The bad news is that, individually, Northampton Area High School, Northampton Area Middle School and George Wolf Elementary School did not.
Siegfried Elementary School, Lehigh Elementary School and Moore Elementary School met the requirements for AYP.