The North Penn Water Authority is in the process of flushing water lines by way its 35-hundred fire hydrants.
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Funeral services have been released for former Lansdale Police Chief, Wallace “Wally” Hendricks. Hendricks, who passed away Monday, was a 27 year member of the Lansdale police department, beginning his career as a patrolman in 1953.
Small business owners in Montgomery County, who suffered losses related to the bad weather in February might get some help through the Federal Small Business Administration
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Flames gut a Lansdale home, but an elderly woman who lived in the home at East 3rd street was able to escape, thanks to a man who lives near the home.
Some bills to protect children from sexual predators that were developed as a result of the Jerry Sandusky scandal will be the focus of discussion at State Legislature this week.
It’s the time of year when contractors are seeking work, but according to Mike Bannon, Director of Bucks County Consumer Affairs, gypsy contractors are out and about doing poor work, collecting some money and leaving the job behind.
A Lansdale attorney, who plead guilty in court Monday to selling drugs to an undercover officer, says he accepts responsibility for his actions on the morning of November 23rd of last year.
Pennsylvania U.S. Senator, Bob Casey continues to urge his colleagues to pass emergency unemployment benefits.
He was a revered member of the Lansdale Borough Police Department and former Police Chief. Today, Lansdale mourns the loss and celebrates the life of former Police Chief, Wallace Hendricks.
Lansdale Borough Council has approved an application for more than 348,000 dollars in Community Development Block Grants distributed by Montgomery County for the Federal Government.
315 West Main Street. It’s the property that once housed the North Penn Senior Center, and the Peak Center.
A 24-year-old Souderton man faces trail after being accused of engaging in sex with a 15-year-old girl in February at his home.
Two Obama Administration initiatives, improving health care and foreign policy, have played a roll in the President’s lower approval rating within his own party in Pennsylvania.
New York Times National Security Correspondent, Mark Mazzetti says, the CIA has changed in the post 9-11 world.
A heavy rotation of television ads has helped one democratic candidate separate himself from the three other candidates running for the top political job in Pa.
The Penn Suburban Chamber of Commerce will host a business expo. 80 businesses are expected to take part in the expo.
Coping with cancer is the subject of a new book from the man who constructed the 1983 championship Philadelphia 76ers.
- Santa Will Be in Lansdale in The Mardi Gras Parade November 17, 2017
- Alleged Hacking For Better Grades Leads to Charges November 17, 2017
- No Tax Hike in Montco’s Proposed 2018 Budget November 17, 2017
- Five Members of The North Penn School Board Are Moving On. November 17, 2017
- Police Find Thousands of Child Porn Images on Laptop November 16, 2017