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  • On this episode of What's in a Name?, Mike Flynn is back with another exploration of Lehigh Valley history, this time travelling to Bath, a borough in western Northampton County.
  • On this episode of What's in a Name?, Mike Flynn is back with another exploration of Lehigh Valley history, this time in Wind Gap, along the Northampton-Monroe border.
  • On this episode of What's in a Name?, Mike Flynn is back with another exploration of Lehigh Valley history as he visits the Lehigh County borough of Coopersburg. To gain more insight, Mike speaks with Doris Clegg and Anna Ellenberger from the Coopersburg Historical Society.
  • On this episode of What's In a Name?, Mike Flynn takes another dive into Lehigh Valley history with an exploration of Emmaus, in southern Lehigh County. As part of his investigation, Mike speaks with Jeanne Harakal, president of the Emmaus Historical Society about the roots of the borough's name in the Bible and the Moravian Church, as well as why there are two spellings of Emmaus...or is it "Emaus?"
  • On this episode of What’s in a Name?, Mike Flynn takes another dive into Lehigh Valley history as he visits the Northampton County borough of Roseto, founded by Italian immigrants in the late 19th century.
  • On this episode of What's in a Name?, Mike Flynn takes another dive into Lehigh Valley history, this time visiting the borough of Hellertown. He sits down with members of the Hellertown Historical Society and explores the borough’s origins, a story intertwined with the Heller family.
  • On this episode of What's in a Name?, Mike Flynn returns with another exploration of Lehigh Valley history, tracing the origin of the name Tatamy, and its indigenous roots in the Delaware nation.
  • On this episode of What's in a Name?, Mike Flynn takes listeners on another dive into local history, visiting local resident Karol Strelecki who shares his knowledge about the origins of Fountain Hill.