Wednesday Jul 16
Northampton students spend summer with science
More than 50 students in Northampton County are spending their summer break in the classroom as part of a program designed to give them a greater chance at career success.
Wednesday Jul 16
Dead man found in Lehigh River in Northampton identified as Coplay resident
Craig M. Anthony, of the first block of South Second Street, was found lying face down in the river just off the bank, according to Northampton police.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Body found in Lehigh River in Northampton County
"Upon the officers arriving they found a male floating in the river face down up on the shore basically, really wasn't floating," said Detective Glen Deist with the Northampton Borough Police Department Scott Pedersen, a Northampton resident, was walking with his fiance and their 16-month-old grandson when they spotted the body in the river.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Nazareth police arrest 4 allegedly dealing heroin, seize $2,500 worth
Nazareth police say they were conducting a monthlong investigation into two men they suspected were selling drugs in the borough.
Bear Sighting Reported in Northampton
A bear was spotted Tuesday morning, Northampton Township Police said. According to police, the bear sighting was reported at 10:15 a.m. behind Richboro Elementary School on Upper Holland Rd. Several bear sightings have been reported in the area in recent weeks.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
It's Gonna Be A Hot One
You might want to find a spot in the shade -- it's gonna be a hot one. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 90s on Tuesday in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the National Weather Service says, and could reach into the 100s just south of the DelMarVa Peninsula.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Thunderstorm Watch in Effect on Thursday
The heat will stay as showers return later on. Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz tracks Hurricane Arthur and his impact on the holiday weekend in the 7-day forecast.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Bath man drives work utility truck to drug deal in Northampton, court papers say
A Bath man sold marijuana to a police informant in October while driving a work utility truck, according to court records.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Lehigh Valley Republicans point to increase in education spending in Pennsylvania budget
The 2014-15 Pennsylvania budget may not yet have the signature of Gov. Tom Corbett or make a serious dent in the state's public pension crisis, but Lehigh Valley Republicans praised their efforts in getting it passed and spending increased.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Hanover Township-Northampton supervisors approve 7th payment for park
A seventh payment for ongoing work at Village View Park was approved Tuesday evening by the Hanover Township-Northampton County Board of Supervisors during its bi-monthly board meeting.
Attorney told to answer death row...
The U.S. Supreme Court told a lawyer to respond to an accusation that he acted without the permission of a death row inmate who wants to waive his appeals and be executed.