This week in Lehigh Valley history: Musikfest moves south in 2011; Easton-P’burg free bridge halts tolls in 1921 (Aug. 1-7)
See which players made the 1st, 2nd and 3rd teams.
The Flemington Coffee Shop, a staple in Hunterdon County since 1959, closed its doors in 2021.
Possible tornado damage was reported in Lehigh County from a line of storms that spawned a series of warnings.
How to tell the difference between a tornado watch and tornado warning, and how to be prepared if one strikes.
This week in Lehigh Valley history: Eagles start penultimate camp at Lehigh in 2011; locals at ‘96 Olympics bombing (July 25-31)
Historical headlines from The Express-Times: In 2011, Lehigh Valley businesses relieved when Philadelphia Eagles return to Lehigh University training camp. In 1996, local athletes, security guards and sportswriters witness bombing of the Atlanta Olympic Games. In 1971, Pennsylvania previews anti-shoplifting campaign. In 1921, canal boat veterans make a last voyage down the D&L Canal. Lehigh Valley Then.
A grand jury indicted Brandon E. Petersen for the murder of Michele M. Carkhuff and two related crimes earlier this week, the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office confirmed.
Festival organizers bill the three-day event as the largest summertime hot air balloon and music festival in North America.
Phillipsburg and Delaware Valley join host Warren Hills and several others for the outdoor event.
The Flemington-Raritan First Aid & Rescue Squad responded to 25 water rescues throughout Flemington Borough, Raritan Township and surrounding municipalities between the hours of 6 p.m. and 12 a.m. on Saturday, July 17.
The bridge is located adjacent to the Red Mill Museum Village in Clinton.
Voorhees senior Katie McLean is the Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year.