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3 hrs ago | NJ.com
A Bethlehem mother pleaded guilty today to charges filed after she allegedly left her infant in her minivan while she drank for about five hours at Keystone Pub in Bethlehem Township, Pennsylvania , The Morning Call reports .
7 hrs ago | WFMZ-TV Allentown
Dozens of animals are now being cared for by the SPCA after being removed from a shed in Northampton County.
10 hrs ago | The Morning Call
Northampton County Constable Lance Wheeler was prepping for a neighborhood pig roast event on Friday afternoon when he heard pop and heard a man yell.
14 hrs ago | NJ.com
Bangor police and the Northampton County Drug Task Force raided a borough home this morning at 310 S. Main St., chief Scott Felchock says.
Political blogger Bernie O'Hare pleaded tonight with Nazareth's council members to "take back" its police department -- and offered up a cupcake.
Is he ready to die or will Michael Ballard try to have his death sentenced overturned? The admitted mass murderer will be back in court Friday to tell a judge if he wants to appeal or accept his fate.
A state trooper stationed at the Belfast barracks deployed an electronic weapon on a Williams Township man who allegedly slapped him in the face and ignored repeated commands to stop Wednesday night.
Javier Rivera-Alvarado, left, and Rene Figueroa arrive in wheelchairs for district court last year in Bethlehem.
A wreck on Route 22 East shuttered the highway for a time this morning in Bethlehem Township, Pennsylvania , according to authorities.
Northampton County Judge Michael Koury argued in a 127-page document that his life sentence of murderer Qu'eed Batts should stand.
State Police are investigating a theft by deception incident involving a contractor paid to build a patio at a Northampton County home.
Public Utility Commission records show Lehigh Valley customers of UGI Gas have seen their gas bills decline in recent years as Marcellus Shale production has increased.
The northeast neighborhood of York city, where Think Loud Development has set up shop in the former Bi-Comp building, has traditionally been one of the poorest sections of the city, but many homeowners are proud of what they've put into their neighborhood.
Authorities with the Northampton County Drug Task Force arranged the purchase for Feb. 18 in the first block of South Broadway in the borough, court papers say.
Bushkill Township residents Bill Sprague, Larry Rohn and Rich Steiner are seeking to block plans for a private heliport at 1143 Keller Road.
Bethlehem police Chief Mark DiLuzio, center, speaks at an announcement today on Lehigh University buying $150,000 worth of new surveillance cameras for off-campus neighborhoods.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 10:03 pm
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