The Northeast Extension Widening Project at the Lansdale interchange recently had geologists and paleontologists at the construction area looking for fossils from the past, try 220 million years in the past.
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Now that relations between the United States and Cuba are improving, Cuba will likely become a tourist destination, possibly in the near future for people in the United States.
The Women’s Center of Montgomery County will host a 90 minute multi-media play called “Voices of Men” an educational comedy by Ben Atherton-Zeman.
Sellersville Cardiologist, Dr. Todd Alderfer will again participate in the Boston marathon, his 15th consecutive year running at the marathon.
Discussions between the United States and Iran over Iran’s nuclear program has lawmakers giving more thought to ending sanctions as part of the negotiations.
Millions of dollars are available in Community Development block grants that Montgomery County will distribute for the Federal Government.
State Senator Bob Mensch says reform is the only way to dig out of Pennsylvania’s pension crisis.
Pennsylvania United States Senator Bob Casey says, he met with nuclear experts to determine just what Iran has and what they can do with the materials that have at the present time.
The North Penn High School Academic Decathlon team is in California after winning its 3rd state championship.
A new report from the Inspector General has uncovered widespread mismanagement at the Philadelphia Veteran Affairs Office.
Lansdale Borough Police respond to the Oakwood Gardens Apartment Complex on the 400 block of East Main Street for the report of a double stabbing at around 8:40 Wednesday morning.
Jake Ziegler has been working without one since Borough Council promoted him from Director of Utilities last month.
James Hansley was Lansdale’s Chief of Police from 1980 until 1992. Hansley passed away on Sunday in Cape May, New Jersey at the age of 81.
Today marks the deadline to get your taxes finsihed unless you plan to file for an extension, and if that’s your situation, and you owed money last year, be proactive.
This is the time of year you may find someone knocking on your door to offer improvements to your home or suggest a service to the outside of your property.
Montgomery County Commissioner and candidate for Montgomery County District Attorney, Bruce Castor has been sworn in as a Special Assistant District Attorney in Centre County.
Should a public servant or public employee in a pension plan be able to collect the pension if they commit a felony that’s related to their job.
Officials in Montgomeryville are getting excited about the new Community and Rec. Center that will be opening this summer at Stump and Horsham Toads across from the Municipal Building.