State Attorney General Josh Shapiro stood with families Tuesday who lost loved ones to the opioid crisis and those who have survived the addiction.
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The Methacton School Board met Tuesday night for the first time since the start of the teacher strike on Monday.
The fallout from the debacle at Equifax where sensitive information of 143 million Americans was compromised continues to leave people with a sense of fear and frustration.
Matt Brouillette, President and CEO of Commonwealth Partners Chamber of Entrepreneurs, along with Dauphin County businessman Ben Lewis and State Rep. Jim Christiana have filed a lawsuit to compel the state government to uphold the constitutional requirement for a balanced budget.
Teachers remain off the job in the Methacton School District.
A former IT worker at Gwynedd Mercy Academy is on trial by Judge in connection with allegedly forcing himself on a student at the school.
The data breech at Equifax took center stage Friday with Pennsylvania Attorney General, Josh Shapiro.
The Pa. Senate heads back to Harrisburg Monday in an effort to pass a revenue package for the State’s 32 billion dollar budget.
Despite a negotiating session that started at 2pm Sunday and wrapped at 8:30 Sunday night, the union representing more than 400 teachers, the Methacton Education Association and the Methacton School Board could not come to terms on a new contract.
Pa. Auditor General, Eugene DePasquale released a report on Pennsylvania’s Child Abuse Reporting Hotline, which found 58,000 phone calls went unanswered between 2015 and 2016.
It’s National POW-MIA Day and there was a ceremony outside the Montgomery County Courthouse Friday morning to remember those that did not return from conflicts overseas, as well as American soldiers that were held as prisoners of war.
Bill Cosby’s retrial for an alleged sex assault on Andrea Constand in 2004 at his home in the Elkins Park section of Cheltenham Township will start April 2nd in Montgomery County Court, according to Judge Steven O’Neill, who will again be the presiding Judge in the case.
Local Democratic State Senator Daylin Leach sponsored legislation to raise Pennsylvania’s minimum wage to 15 dollars an hour.
A former Pennsylvania State Trooper could face ten years in prison and a $20,000 fine when he’s sentenced at a later date.
The North Penn School Board has approved separate contracts with two labor unions that represent about 1,400 district employees.
The Pa. House passed a revenue package to support the 32 billion dollar budget, which calls for borrowing one billion dollars to be offset by future tobacco settlement payments to the state. The plan also calls for taking funds that have not been used by other state agencies, including PennDOT and the State’s E.P.A.
Known for his friendly presence in the community, Souderton Borough Council has extended the contract of Police Chief Jim Leary for another three years.
Like other treatment centers that have had to make changes due to the increasing number of patients caught up in the opioid crisis, the Penn Foundation in Sellersville has also carried out a series of adjustments in response to the epidemic.
- Shapiro Announces Expanded Opioid Investigation September 20, 2017
- Still No Accord in Methacton School District Strike September 20, 2017
- Bannon Urges Consumers To Be Proactive on Equifax Problem September 19, 2017
- Lawsuit Filed to Prevent State Officials From Borrowing September 19, 2017
- It’s Day Two of Methacton Teachers Strike September 19, 2017