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Hellertown summer jobs available

Applications are being accepted for Hellertown Borough summer jobs. Pool lifeguards and staff and park maintenance workers are being hired. College students, teachers and others are encouraged to apply. Visit HellertownBorough.org for an application. Apply by April 3.

NorCo broadband survey RUNS TO April 17

Northampton County has contracted with Design Nine Inc. of Blacksburg, VA., to provide a broadband study and is asking for public participation to help facilitate the study.

The company will analyze the types of broadband services available, broadband use patterns, gaps in existing coverage, and make recommendations to the county as to how to improve service.

A key part of the Design Nine data collection process is a public survey from both businesses and residents regarding their current broadband connections. Residential and business surveys will be made available to the public at select locations throughout the county, the U.S. Mail, as well as online via social media and the web.

The survey collection period will run through April 17.

The online surveys can be found here:



NorCo COVID-19 vaccination clinic dates

The Northampton County DCED, Emergency Management Services and Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) announce that since Feb. 28, vaccinations for those 6 months and older will be available today and April 6 and 20 and May 2.

Vaccinations are available at LVPG Family Medicine - Hecktown Oaks located at 3788 Hecktown Road, Suite 250 Easton, between 8 a.m. and noon.

Patients can schedule an appointment with an established primary care provider.

To schedule an appointment call 484-546-5800 Monday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Tuesday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Walk-in COVID-19 testing is available at Palmer Township Express Care, 3701 Corriere Road, Suite 14, Easton, Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

A physician’s order is not required for a COVID-19 test. The testing sites are open to everyone, but only residents of Northampton County will have the cost covered by the county if they do not have health coverage. Participants should bring a photo ID and their insurance card, if they have one, with them to the testing site.

The walk-in testing center and vaccination clinic are a collaboration between the Northampton County Department of Community and Economic Development, Emergency Management Services and LVHN.