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Deadly gas explosion leads to calls for homeowners association
Residents of a mobile home park in Northampton County are ready to voice their concerns at a meeting this weekend, after a gas explosion killed one of their neighbors.
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Sat Mar 08, 2014
Community rallies around family-owned dairy farm recovering from barn collapse
A community came together Saturday in Northampton County to help a family-owned dairy farm devastated by winter weather last month.
Regional: Lehigh Valley
It's time to take a look back at the stories making headlines this week in the 69 News Week In Review.
Northampton County's new Human Services building ready to open Monday
After years of failed efforts and enduring poor maintenance, the county's Human Services employees are about to have a new place to call home.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Bethlehem man faces assault charges
A 43-year-old Bethlehem man is charged after police said he tried to put his teenage son's face against a hot stove burner on Thursday night.
The Lebanon Daily News
Mixed verdict in Pennsylvania deputy's slaying
A man was convicted Friday of conspiracy to help a felon get an AK-47 used to kill a Berks County sheriff's deputy, but the jury acquitted him of actually providing the weapon.
Stephen Donches resigns as head of National Museum of Industrial History
Stephen G. Donches has resigned as the embattled head of the long promised but never opened National Museum of Industrial History in Bethlehem.
Don Cunningham says Northampton County's whining over economic growth must end
Northampton County officials have long grumbled over the amount of attention Lehigh County has received from the nonprofit organization.
Scalding water nearly forced Gracedale nursing home shutdown last week
Pennsylvania state officials had the authority to shut down Gracedale nursing home after a malfunctioning boiler began pumping scalding-hot water into the Northampton County -owned nursing home last week, officials revealed tonight.
Jury to decide whether Pa. man transferred rifle
A jury must now decide whether an eastern Pennsylvania man transferred an assault rifle to a man who used it to kill a sheriff's deputy.
Saylorsburg man accused of indecently assaulting young girl in Williams Township, police say
A Saylorsburg man was arraigned today on indecent assault charges. He is accused of sexually assaulting a young girl last summer.
St. Luke's opens Center for Positive Aging in Hanover Township - see photos
The public got its first look today at the new St. Luke's Center for Positive Aging during the grand opening of the Hanover Township, Northampton County , facility.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Hickory Hills residents forming homeowners association
Residents of a mobile home development in Northampton County that was the scene of a fatal gas explosion are forming a homeowners association.
Danielsville woman injured when her car flips
A 78-year-old Danielsville woman suffered multiple injuries when her car left Mountain View Drive, flipped onto its roof and landed on top of a parked car early Thursday afternoon.
Jury deliberating in Easton gang rape case
A jury began deliberating this afternoon in the violent gang rape case in which an Easton man has claimed oral sex with the victim was consensual.
The Lebanon Daily News
Plea in weapons case related to Pa. deputy death
An eastern Pennsylvania man has pleaded no contest to having illegally provided a handgun to his mentally ill son who later shot and killed a sheriff's deputy.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Veteran's therapy dog goes missing
Therapy dogs bring comfort to those who are dealing with all kinds of health issues.
Easton felon who threatens to kill woman has guns, ammo in apartment, police say
Easton police on Saturday arrested William Sanchez, 39, of the 1400 block of Washington Street, on charges related to a felon possessing firearms.
Woman testifies to Easton gang rape
It had been a good night for the Easton woman. A nanny by day, she'd gone to a bar in Phillipsburg for some adult time: a few beers, some music on the jukebox.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Salary cuts likely coming to embattled National Museum of Industrial History in Bethlehem
The board of the proposed National Museum of Industrial History will meet in the next few days to discuss reducing its personnel costs, including the salary of beleaguered CEO Stephen Donches .