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Portland is a borough in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, United States. Portland is located in the Lehigh Valley region of the state. It is part of Pennsylvania's Slate Belt.

Portland was settled because of the logging trade and what buildings were here in the early 19th century came as a result of this industry. It served to increase at least one business – that of the taverns and hotels. Records show that the Hibblertown Hotel (present Ackerson house on State Street), the Dill’s Tavern (oldest tavern, was located on the south side of Emery’s, now torn down) and the What Cheer Inn (present Duckloe Showroom at the corner of Delaware Avenue and Main Street) all prospered because of loggers.

The railroad was a vital force in the development of Portland. It changed the mode of transporting goods, and attracted many new residents. As a result of increased population, the business community expanded to serve the needs of the village. By the time of the incorporation there were three general stores, a hardware store, a drug store, four confectionary shops, two millinery shops, and jewelry store.

The County Bridge No. 36 was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.

The Borough is served by the Bangor Area School District.


More information is available at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portland,_Pennsylvania


Email: portlandboroughpa@gmail.com


Borough Office: PO Box 476, Portland, 570-897-0559






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