Friday, November 16, 2012
A new suspense novel, Thought I Knew You, by Lower Nazareth Township resident Kate Moretti went on sale this week.
When she set out to write her first novel, Kate Moretti asked herself a question. "I thought 'What is the worse thing that could happen to me?''' said Moretti, a Lower Nazareth Township resident and Easton Area High School graduate. The answers to that question formed the spine of Thought I Knew You, a new thriller that went on sale this week. She'll sign copies of Thought I Knew You and do a reading from the book at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9 at ConneXions Gallery. The "worse thing" was actually two things: something happening to her children, or something happening to her husband. Moretti rejected the first option right away, because it was something she didn't want to think about. The second one was easier. What if her husband vanished? …
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Northampton County will host an electronics recycling event Saturday, May 19, at Easton Area High School.
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Do you have an old VCR in your attic? A computer monitor that's seen better days? Don't just toss them away, recycle them. On Saturday, Northampton County's Department of Community and Economic Development will hold an electronic recycling event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Easton Area High School. Whether it's an old fax machine, printer, phone or answering machine, residents can drop them off free of charge. The only cost is for getting rid of batteries (75 cents a pound) or fluorescent lamps (25 cents each). For more information, contact Tom Dittmar, the county's environmental conservation coordinator, at email@example.com.
Thursday, February 23, 2012
A road resurfacing project will begin near Route 33 in Lower Nazareth Township and end near Easton Area High School.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation plans to resurface sections of Route 248 between Route 33 and just before Easton Area High School -- where Route 248 turns into S. 25th Street. Timm Tenges, the manager of Lower Nazareth Township, announced the plans at Wednesday night's Board of Supervisors meeting. According to Sean Brown, a district press officer for PennDOT, preliminary work on the project will begin on March 1. He said PennDOT will provide more information next week. “I think it’s a fairly lengthy project,” Tenges said, adding that the project is expected to be completed by summer. PennDOT crews will first grind down the surface of the road before resurfacing, Tenges explained. Only portions of Route 248 -- sections that …