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In a Lehigh-Northampton Airport Authority board meeting held here Tuesday it was announced that both Forks Township and Lafayette College passed on running Braden.
A former inmate is suing Northampton County Prison officials after his bunk bed crushed him Jan. 5, 2013.
While a neighbor complained it took about 20 minutes for an ambulance to arrive at the shooting scene Sunday in Wilson Borough , the ambulance provider said today it was really just six minutes until the first patient was reached.
An Allentown man accused of aiding in the hoax that locked down Liberty High School in April was arraigned in Northampton County Court this afternoon.
Ballard is scheduled to appear in front of Northampton County Judge Emil Giordano on August 29th at 8:30 a.m. for his post-conviction Relief Act hearing.
Two Nazareth residents are in Northampton County Prison this morning after assaulting two people early Sunday morning at the American Hotel in the borough, according to court papers and a prison employee.
The district engineer informed the Bethlehem Area School Board Monday night that it needs to schedule a public hearing before plans can move forward to build a new middle school.
A 30-year-old Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, man was arrested on drug distribution charges following a several-month long investigation by the Monroe and Northampton County drug task force s and Stroud Regional police.
An undercover drug investigation led to a man being found in illegal possession of 101 30 mg oxycodone pills in Stroudsburg recently, authorities said.
Police in Northampton County have issued an arrest warrant for the man they say is responsible for shooting two men Sunday.
A man was shot in the abdomen in Wilson Borough and the person who fired has fled the scene, according to emergency radio reports and Northampton County emergency dispatch.
A woman is facing charges after allegedly starting a brawl with another woman at a Walmart in Northampton County, according to police.
Police are urging the business community to be on high alert after counterfeit money was used at several businesses in northern Northampton County.
Residents of one Northampton County neighborhood claim it's "going to the dogs."
Police are blocking off the intersection of Route 611 and East Nesquehoning Street on reports of a downed wire, according to emergency officials.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 12:14 am
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