Four Northampton Area High School seniors were recognized as Students of the Month.
Christine Zopf, Cody Kramer, Kimberly Babicz and Evan Notaro each received a framed certificate and Lamp of Knowledge plaque for their selection as Students of the Month by the Northampton Exchange Club.
Program Chairman Dr. Rodger Berg told the students they have taken four important steps needed to succeed by demonstrating conviction, confidence, enthusiasm and perseverance.
With the Lenten season upon us, I have heard folks discussing what they might give up between Ash Wednesday and Easter.
One man joked that as he has aged, he's had to give up so much, he has nothing left to sacrifice.
That comment brought to mind a couple in their 70s, friends of ours, who no longer travel because they say packing all their medications and medical devices is too much trouble.
Canes and braces, sleep apnea machines and glucose monitors make life easier...
Mark your calendar for East Allen Township's annual Easter egg hunt.
This year's event will be held Saturday, March 23, 1 p.m., at Bicentennial Park.
The rain date is March 24.
Northampton AARP Chapter 3915 will meet Wednesday, March 13, at the Allen Township Fire Company, 3530 Howertown Road. Doors open at noon.
The Hinkle family will entertain.
Those planning to attend are asked to bring a baked good.
Anyone the age of 50 and up is...
Northampton has a circus coming to town this summer, borough council was told at is most recent meeting.
It's not the three-ring Ringling Bros. or Barnum & Bailey circus under the big top, but rather a smaller version which still should delight kids and adults alike.
A representative from the Gospel Church, housed in the renovated former Newberry Store on Main Street, made the pitch for the circus before borough lawmakers Feb. 21. After listening to the presentation and...
Wednesday, March 6: Pork loin, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, peas and pearl onions, rye bread, diced peaches. BB: Meatloaf.
Thursday, March 7: Beef stew, broccoli/cauliflower, warm biscuit, fruit cocktail.
Friday, March 8: Stuffed shells with ricotta cheese and marinara sauce, green beans, dinner roll, fresh fruit.
Monday, March 11: Stuffed cabbage with tomato sauce, carrots, whipped potatoes, dinner roll,
Tuesday, March 12: Chicken primavera...
ST. PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH
25th & Livingston Streets
Allentown, 18104 - 610-435-0712
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
9 a.m. Holy Communion
'28 Book of Common Prayer
9 a.m. Church School
Wed., 10 a.m. Healing Service
Rev. Joseph S. Falzone
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
3449 Cherryville Road
Northampton - 610-262-5645
Thursday, March 7: Chicken pot pie, sliced carrots, spinach salad with bacon dressing, biscuit with margarine, shoofly pie.
Friday, March 8: Lentil soup, beer battered cod, scalloped O'Brien potatoes, green beans, wheat bread with margarine, angel food cake with strawberry topping.
Monday, March 11: Chicken noodle soup, tater tot casserole, creamed corn, wheat bread with margarine, dark sweet red cherries.
Tuesday, March 12: Baked chicken in supreme sauce, baked potato,...
The Northampton Area School Board got a pleasant surprise at Monday night's meeting.
The cost of the new Northampton Area Middle School is apparently $5 million under budget.
Based on a presentation by Christopher W. Haller, project engineer, D'Huy Engineering Inc., concerning the bids and alternate bids, the middle school general construction cost is $42,053,500.
"This went almost one year to the day. For this size project, kudos to those involved," said Haller.
Northampton police traveling the Pennsylvania Turnpike on borough business can now save both money and time.
"It has been brought to my attention by Det. Deist that we frequently use the turnpike to pick up suspects and/or prisoners for trial. Therefore, for the sake of convenience, we have applied for E-Z Pass. One E-Z Pass account can be used on a total of four vehicles. The main unit will be installed in the detective's car," borough Manager Gene Zarayko said at Thursday's meeting...
The fabled Roxy Theatre's historic marquee, incurred structural damage on its north side recently.
The damage several weeks ago during a quick moving minor snow storm.
The day after the storm, theatre owner Rich Wolfe discovered a heavy round steel water cap lodged in a metal section of the marquee about 10 feet above the sidewalk. A few light bulbs were damaged due to the storm. Speculation exists as to how the cap, which weighs 3 or 4 pounds, ended up in the marquee.