The Borough of Northampton has been approved for a second gaming grant from proceeds of the Sands Casino in Bethlehem
In addition, a third application for a gaming grant is pending, community planner Victor Rodite said during a recent council meeting. Rodite has acted as the borough's point man in pursuing the grant funding.
The borough is on a winning streak in terms of securing gaming grants, which are administered by the Northampton County Department of Community Economic Development on behalf of the Northampton County Gaming & Redevelopment Authority.
Northampton Exchange Club President Kim Belletti takes on the role of referee in good fun at the 65th annual Bury the Hatchet dinner which precedes the Thanksgiving Day football game between Northampton Area High School and Catasauqua High School. With her are, from left, Todd Bowser, Northampton athletic director; Jeff Brosky, Konkrete Kids football coach; Tom Falzone, Rough Riders coach; and Tom Moll, Catasuqua athletic director. Brosky and Falzone share the helmet, with each school's colors painted on one side.
The Allen Township Board of Supervisors is expected to restrict the operation of all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and snowmobiles in the township.
There have been complaints by residents regarding snowmobiles crossing over private property lines. A resident who attended a recent supervisors meeting said snowmobiles have also crossed a local cemetery.
In bringing up the issue of ATVs, the supervisors agreed the proposed ordinance drafted by solicitor F. Lincoln Treadwell should also address snowmobiles. The legislation will be up for a vote at a subsequent board meeting.
If your child has a drug addiction, you can never be suspicious enough.
"Whenever you're not suspicious, I think you're deceiving yourself," Bruce Wlazelek told a group of parents recently. "You have to stay vigilant so that you can know when they need help in case they don't ask."