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There are options for people struggling to make mortgage payments during COVID-19

 Recent data from Fannie Mae indicate that, of those homeowners most clearly affected by the pandemic and its economic impact, more than 96 percent took advantage of a forbearance plan to help manage their financial obligations.... — Updated 12/24/2020


Struggling to make mortgage payments due to COVID-19? You have options.

 Recent data from Fannie Mae indicate that, of those homeowners most clearly affected by the pandemic and its economic impact, more than 96 percent took advantage of a forbearance plan to help manage their financial obligations.... — Updated 12/22/2020


Real estate transactions by RealStats

16th Ward Catherine Kress aka Young to 2412 Burham Assoc. LLC at 2412 Burham St. for $25,000. J. Douglas Breon to J Douglas Breon et al. and George Pantelas at 2526 E. Carson St. for $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value... — Updated 8/21/2017


Real estate transactions by RealStats

16th Ward Mary Pavlik estate et al. to Benjamin and Danitza Nicklow at 3224 Harcum Way for $68,000. Marco Cardamone to Terence Sullivan at 2838 Mary St. for $192,000. AG Real Estate LLC to Mia Bucchi at 2316 Mission St. for... — Updated 1/30/2017


Mt. Oliver council updated on chickens, fire company, rentals

Mt. Oliver Council President Darnell Sains began council’s May 18 meeting with the sad news that former council President Pat Malloy died on May 5. He and his wife, former borough secretary Joanne Malloy, were married for 45 year... — Updated 5/25/2015


Residents of Zone 3 voice provide feedback onhiring a new police chief

The city’s search for its next police chief transformed the July 16 Zone 3 Public Safety Council meeting in Allentown into a community forum. Community forums in all six of the city police zones began on June 26. The Zone 3... — Updated 7/21/2014


Real Estate transactions for issue of 6/10/14

16th Ward James Pahler trustee to Richard A Moll & Penn Assoc. LLC at 2130 Jonquil St. for $2,000. Alvin Barone Jr. to Thomas and Deborah Ott at 3216 Mary St. for $140,000. Jarrod Duffy to Jerry Eddy and Peggy Timmons Eddy at 2250... — Updated 6/9/2014


Cops and kids taking on the Steelers

The 18th annual Cops and Kids vs. the Steelers Basketball game in Carrick will be played on Friday, April 11. The game sponsored by District Judge Richard King assembles a team of... — Updated 4/8/2014


Boro swears in another new council member, picks new trash hauler

A new council member, new garbage service, and Civil Service testing for police officers for the first time in decades topped the news from the Oct. 21 meeting of Mt. Oliver council. Council members Corey McGough and Christine... — Updated 10/28/2013


Boro seeks new council member, starts newsletter

The launching of a borough magazine, and the search for a new council member, were the lead agenda items from the Sept. 16 meeting of Mount Oliver council. Council members Corey McGough and Darnell Sains, and Mayor James Cassidy,... — Updated 9/23/2013


Real estate transactions for issue of 7/9/13

16th Ward Katherine Phillips to HIlltop Redevelopment LLC at 309 Rinne St. for $25,000. Estate of Michael Lehrman to US Bank NA trustee at 525 St. Joseph St. for $4,089 by sheriff’s deed. Georgia Wittman to Barry David and... — Updated 7/8/2013


Mt. Oliver swears in new councilwoman, acting police chief

Mount Oliver Mayor James Cassidy kept his swearing-in skills sharp by administering the oath of office twice during the April 15 council meeting: to the new Acting Chief, Sergeant Matt Juzwick, and to new council member Vanessa... — Updated 4/22/2013


Pat Malloy resigns from Mount Oliver Boro Council

The resignations of two council members, and the appointment of a new member to fill a vacancy, is the lead story from the March 18 Mount Oliver council meeting. Council member... — Updated 3/25/2013

 By Tom Smith    Front Page

Farneth quits Mt. O. boro council citing hostile environment

Mount Oliver has lost another council member. Late last week on Thursday night, George Farneth II tendered his resignation from the Mount Oliver Borough Council in an email to council president Billie Michener. “My only regret... — Updated 3/4/2013


Borough council approves settlement, Michener receives $50K from lawsuit

Mount Oliver council President Betty “Billie” Michener’s civil rights lawsuit against the borough and past and present members of council was settled for $50,000 by three “yes” votes of the seven-member council on Feb. 18... — Updated 2/25/2013


Mt. Oliver settles lawsuit with council president

The last order of business at the Feb. 18 Mount Oliver council meeting is the lead story: the $50,000 settlement of the civil rights lawsuit of council President Billie Michener. The vote to approve the settlement was three yes... — Updated 2/25/2013


Membership steady, but declining for Mt. Oliver Ambulance Service

A review of membership numbers opened the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Mount Oliver Ambulance Services (MOAS) last week. Last year, membership for the borough’s ambulance service totaled 185. This year, the service has 150 members... — Updated 1/28/2013


No tax increase for boro

The adoption of a 2013 budget with no tax increase headlined the Dec. 17 meeting of Mt. Oliver council. Councilmen George Farneth, Pat Malloy and John Smith, Sr. were absent. In the mayor’s report which began the meeting, Mayor... — Updated 12/25/2012


Boro officials concerned with methane gas in Church Avenue property

The retirement of the street commissioner, a methane gas leakage in a home’s garage, and a request for more information on the ambulance service were among the topics at the Nov. 19 meeting of Mt. Oliver council. Councilman John... — Updated 11/28/2012


Boro council discusses park clean up,

Upcoming borough events like “Crank it at the Clock” and “Redd-Up Day” were discussed at the Oct. 15 meeting of Mt. Oliver council. The meeting began with Mayor James... — Updated 10/23/2012


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