Two Memorial Day ceremonies that will take place in the Richboro section of Northampton Township on May 25th. At 8:00am there will be a flag lowering ceremony in front of the flag pole of the Township building located at 55 Township Rd, Richboro. At 2:00pm there will be a one (more…)

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Congratulations to our winners in the Primary Elections: Gail Hogeland & George F. Komelasky for Supervisor Barbara Bucknum for Tax Collector Larry Weinstein for Auditor Ray Brown for Constable Bernadette Heenan, Bob Donnelly and Wendi Thomas for School Director The rest of Township elections are on our special page: click (more…)

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On Tuesday May 19th, please vote Gary Gilman, Robert Baldi and Wallace “Skip” Batemen for Judge. In this Tuesday’s primary election, your vote will determine the future direction of our county’s courts. Ensuring a quality court for our county is so important that both the Republican and Democratic Parties have (more…)

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After promising to close Gitmo and redistribute the detainees, President Obama finds that governing isn’t the same as campaigning. Unable to “pawn off” these dangerous fanatics to Europe or other parts of the civilized world, including any U. S. Congressional Districts, Obama has reversed himself and re-established the military tribunals (more…)

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Dr. Arthur Friedman was chosen Wednesday evening, May 13th, by the Northampton Township Board of Supervisors to be the interim supervisor until the end of the year. He will fill the seat of John E. Long Jr. who died suddenly last week (see story below). The vote on Board was (more…)

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Township Supervisor John E. Long died suddenly overnight at his home in the township. On behalf of the Northampton Township Supervisors, Chairman Vincent J. Deon extended the Board’s condolences and prayers to the Long family, the township employees, and to all township residents. Deon said Long was a dear and (more…)

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