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Tolls for historic Dingmans Ferry Bridge will double starting Friday

DELAWARE TOWNSHIP, Pennsylvania ‒ Cash tolls for the historic Dingmans Ferry Bridge will double to $2 each way for passenger vehicles and motorcycles starting Friday. Dingmans Choice and Delaware Bridge Company, which owns and operates the last privately owned toll bridge on the Delaware River, said "after delaying as long as possible, we have found it necessary to increase tolls," in a message on its website. The last time there was a toll increase was 14 years ago.
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Lower Saucon Man Accused of Threatening Pa. Congressman

A 65-year-old Lower Saucon Township man has been charged with threatening a U.S. Congressman from central Pennsylvania, according to police and court documents. According to a police Crimewatch post and a criminal complaint filed in Northampton County District Court 03-2-04, Dennis John Hough of the 1800 block of Leithsville Road was charged last week with Terroristic Threats with Intent to Terrorize Another (Misdemeanor 1) and Threats and Other Improper Influence in Official and Political Matters (Misdemeanor 2).

Mass. man accused of strangling a mother to death with electrical cord in front of her 2 children

BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. (TCD) -- A 35-year-old man from Massachusetts reportedly attempted suicide after fatally strangling his 31-year-old "paramour" in front of her two children. According to a news release from the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office, on Wednesday, June 8, shortly after 5 p.m., Northampton Township Police officers responded to the 12000 block of Clark Court to a report of a suicidal person. Authorities reportedly tried knocking on the door but were "alerted to movement inside the residence and met by a 4-year-old child, who was observed to be covered in blood."
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Coroner sent to fiery Green Township crash

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - First responders responded to a serious crash in Green Township Wednesday night. The Hamilton County Coroner was sent to the scene. It happened around 9 p.m. in the 6300 block of Muddy Creek Road. A single car crashed into a pole, resulting in a fire that fully...

Sports & Social Opens its Doors in Downtown Allentown

Principal and partner of the Cordish Company, Reed Cordish is raising the bar in Downtown Allentown. Sports & Social opened its doors at the former Hamilton Kitchen & Bar location at the end of April 2022, and is a prime indoor and outdoor destination for great food, live music, fun games (think foosball, arcade games, skee-ball, pong and more) and broadcast sports. “It is just the start,” Cordish says, noting that he loves being a part of an advancing city with a small-town feeling. Their menu of highly curated food items is made completely from scratch, and the signature Crush Bar on the dog-friendly outdoor patio features a large selection of specialty crush drinks. No matter what type of sports fan you are, Cordish says there is truly something for everyone—and the 25-foot high-definition media wall as well as more than 30 HD TVs make cheering on whichever team you are rooting for seamlessly possible.

Man charged with DWI, open container in Sussex County

BYRAM TOWNSHIP, NJ (Sussex County) – A Sussex County man is facing a slew of charges including driving while intoxicated and having an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle in Byram Township. On June 24, an officer observed a vehicle speeding on Route 206. The officer then...

Nazareth High School teacher selected for 2022 C-Span teacher fellowship

Cunningham teaches AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, and AP United States Government and Politics. She currently coaches the Debate, Mock Trial and Model United Nations teams at the high school and advises the Junior Class Executive Council. She is the chair of the Social Studies Department and serves as a member of the high school’s Academic Achievement Team and Power User Group. Cunningham has been an AP Reader for the United States Government and Politics exam for the last three years and recently completed a Master of Arts in Political Science at Lehigh University.

Man charged in Northampton township homicide

Thadius William McGrath, 35, of Chatham, Mass., was charged with murder of the first degree, murder of the third degree, endangering the welfare of a child, recklessly endangering another person, and possession of an instrument of crime, for a June 8 homicide in the Holland section of Northampton Township. McGrath...