The Phillipsburg Town Council is considering adding industrial use to a portion of its riverfront as part of its redevelopment plan.
Tuesday, January 19, 2021
It was another defeat Tuesday night for the construction of a new transportation center for Exeter Township School District at the Owatin Creek Elementary School site.
The Parkland School Board on Tuesday night approved a resolution confirming that it will not raise local property taxes in excess of the Act 1 state index for the 2021-22 budget.
The Easton Area School District is not close to going back to school full time, Superintendent David Piperato said at a board meeting Tuesday.
Bethlehem City Council approved changes that revise first-floor commercial uses and supported the nomination of Historic Moravian Bethlehem to the World Heritage List.
The Wilson School Board on Tuesday witnessed the recommissioning of Richard H. Faidley as superintendent for a new three-year term.
Acting Fire Chief Henry Hennings was promoted to the role of fire chief.
Monday, January 18, 2021
Two residents of the Governor Mifflin School District addressed the school board about recent actions taken against board member Andrew Pannafino.
The Act 1 index for Twin Valley, which is determined by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, is 3.6%.
Thursday, January 14, 2021
The Salisbury Township Board of Commissioners Thursday night held a lively discussion regarding hunting at Franko Farm Recreation Area.
While other Lehigh Valley districts are offering hybrid learning, ASD has unique challenges to consider amid COVID-19 statistics.
So far, the county has received 18,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, officials said.
Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Since the start of the pandemic, 299 people have tested positive for COVID-19, and there are 40 active inmate cases, as of Wednesday night.
The first COVID-19 vaccines have started to be administered in Warren County but officials there say appointments are already fully booked.
Allentown City Council on Wednesday night met to discuss how to proceed with ways to divert noncriminal calls to reduce interactions with police.
Superintendent Joseph E. Macharola said the district will not move to hybrid learning until all staff and faculty receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Business groups spoke in favor of the first phase of the PennEast pipeline Wednesday night, while residents and environmental groups came out against the natural gas project.
Springfield Township's fifth hearing on a quarry proposed off Route 309 did not lead to a decision, and more meetings loom on H&K Group's plan.
Tuesday, January 12, 2021
Nazareth Area School District is working with Northampton Community College to provide an offsite staging area where students can safely reunite with their families in the event of an emergency.
Watch for a few slick spots for the morning rush as temperatures will be near or below freezing, and a few heavier snow showers might produce a coating of accumulation even on the roads. Read more
For one former National Guard member, images of insurrection and current guardsmen deployed to the U.S. Capitol recall questions he used to ask when he first signed up. Read more
Cindy Findlay, the deputy secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health, warned, "We must have patience as the amount of vaccine available in Pennsylvania and the nation remains limited." Read more