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Express-Times (Easton, Pennsylvania) Newspaper Obituaries (1998 - Current)

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  • Use information from more recent ancestors to find older relatives.
  • Try searching by initials. Many old Express-Times obits used initials instead of full names.
  • Are you looking for a female relative? Try searching for their husband’s name.
  • Perform searches by using common misspellings. TITLE editors often didn’t fact-check spellings in the past.

By implementing these strategies, you can go deeper with your research and uncover the ancestors you never knew you had. It’s also ideal for fact-checking, as many obituaries weren’t necessarily created with 100% accuracy.

How to Find Pennsylvania Death Notices in the Express-Times

Finding death notices in the Express-Times can be another vital source of genealogical research. But what’s the difference between a death notice and an obituary?

Although some people use the terms interchangeably, they’re actually two different things. Obituaries describe the person, who they are, and what they did in their lives. Death notices, on the other hand, are formalized reports of someone’s death.

Family members would have published death notices in the Express-Times to detail the person’s name, age, residence, and any information about the funeral service. As family members typically wrote these, they tend to be relatively accurate.

Death notices can help extract more information about an ancestor and uncover where they happen to be buried. So, how do you look up local death notices and sift through hundreds of years’ worth of history? If you want to find death notices alongside Express-Times obits, follow these tips:

  • Include Boolean operators and proximity search techniques.
  • Use multiple collections to fact-check any found records.
  • Connect other family members mentioned in the death notice to confirm whole sections of your family tree.

The Express-Times records are invaluable sources of historical information about local people. We make it easy for you to search, discover, and share your family’s untold story.

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The Express-Times

The Express-Times is a daily newspaper based in Easton, Pennsylvania, with an emphasis on local news in the Lehigh Valley.

The paper has won awards in both New Jersey[1] and Pennsylvania, as well as the prestigious Toner Prize for Excellence in Local Political Reporting.[2][3]


Thomson Newspapers bought The Express of Easton in 1983. The paper took on its current name when the Globe-Times of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania merged with The Express.

MediaNews Group bought The Express-Times from Thomson in 1994. Current owner Advance Publications bought MediaNews' New Jersey and Pennsylvania newspapers in 2000.[4]

Express-Times content can be found online at


  • Jim Wiegers, Sales Director
  • Nick Falsone, Editor and Managing Producer


The Express-Times publishes zoned editions (Lehigh Valley and New Jersey) and delivers to Lehigh and Northampton counties in Pennsylvania, Warren and Hunterdon counties in New Jersey.


First printed 1855 as The Easton Daily Express, the name changed to The Easton Express in 1917 and was abbreviated to The Express in 1973. In 1991, The Express merged with The Globe-Times of Bethlehem to become The Express-Times.


The Express-Times has four editorial sections:

  • Front: Local, national and world news
  • Valley: Local news and obituaries from the Lehigh Valley
  • Sports: Local and national sports
  • Today: Local and national arts & entertainment
  • Editorials, classifieds, comics, horoscopes and puzzles also appear each day.


The following are inserted into The Express-Times during the week.

  • Friday: Exposed, an entertainment tabloid
  • Saturday: Real Estate, a real estate guide
  • Sunday: Sunday Morning, a features section, news from The Wall Street Journal and full color comics.

Other publications[edit]

The Express-Times also publishes a weekly, The US, based in Nazareth, Pennsylvania.

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Great place to work back in the day. Do not know about area or work conditions now. Understanding Management. Not much of turn over.

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loved the job they trained me on how to run all the machines and i moved up quickly in the company but then they downsized and we all got severed from the company.

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I liked the people I worked with

It was an easy job. Some days were longer than others. Not too much room for advancement. Like a lot of jobs, they have their "favorites". Pay was very low.

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What is the interview process like at EXPRESS TIMES?

April 10, 2017

It is pretty easy. Just have a good car or truck and your on your way

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April 10, 2017

They carry none if you are an independent

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What is the vacation policy like at EXPRESS TIMES? How many vacation days do you get per year?

November 2, 2016

PTO was earned by days worked, starting at 2 weeks, increasing to 5 weeks. I earned 25 days per year.

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April 10, 2017

They carry none if you are an independent

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November 2, 2016

PTO was earned by days worked, starting at 2 weeks, increasing to 5 weeks. I earned 25 days per year.

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November 2, 2016

Not optimistic, as newspapers are struggling.

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