17 hrs ago
Police say man passed out at Pen Argyl gas station was driving vehicle belonging to Massachusetts man
Police say a man passed out Sunday evening in a vehicle at the Turkey Hill in Pen Argyl was driving a vehicle he'd taken without permission from a man in Massachusetts.
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17 hrs ago
Bangor man allegedly leads police on high-speed pursuit in Plainfield Township, Pen Argyl
A Bangor man driving a stolen car led authorities on a high speed chase Sunday evening through Plainfield Township and Pen Argyl, according to court records.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
'Growing Up in the Butcher Shop' recalls days gone by in Slate Belt
Joe DeFranco remembers the days when he'd walk along Garibaldi Avenue in Roseto, nose filled with the scent of peppers, onions and garlic frying.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Northampton driver dies in Lehigh...
A Northampton County driver was killed in a one-vehicle crash that occurred about 2:27 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 28, in Lehigh County.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Slate Belt regional police force down to two chief candidates
Contracted to assist with the effort, the Robert B. and Helen S. Meyner Center for the Study of State and Local Government at Lafayette College found 50 applicants from across the country.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Pen Argyl couple, once well-off, sentenced for drug-fueled burglary spree
A Northampton County judge called a husband and wife burglary team selfish for allowing their drug addictions to destroy their family and for robbing a community of its peace of mind.
Husband-wife duo sentenced for Northampton County thefts
A husband and wife from Northampton County, convicted in a burglary spree, have learned their fate.
Pen Argyl man threatens to kill estranged wife, police say
A Pen Argyl man, who threatened to kill his estranged wife when she wouldn't take their kids for the night because they had head lice, was released without posting bail, court papers say.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Pen Argyl father sentenced to prison for beating daughter, lying to police
President Judge Stephen Baratta sentenced Douglas Brown to three months to a year and a half in county prison followed by a year of probation for simple assault and issuing a false report to law enforcement.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Lower Towamensing Township moves...
A Lower Towamensing Township resident has urged officials to tread with caution before a new wastewater treatment plant is built.