A Lower Salford Township woman will spend the next five to 23 months behind bars in connection with stealing more than 29,000 grand from the Vernfield Elementary Home and School Association and over 6,000 from Harleysville Cub Scout Pack 137.
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Legislation has been crafted in an effort to make sure that hospitals are staffing their facilities with the necessary number of nurses.
Fliers smeared with hate writing and a call to embrace the teachings of the Ku Klux Klan were dropped in the driveways of homes in Upper Dublin Township.
Hatfield Township Police say, a woman, whose name and age are being withheld, was the victim struck by a Septa train on the Lansdale-Doylestown line early Monday morning.
Don’t expect to get any official business done at the Administrative Office in the Towamencin Township Municipal Building on Troxell Road Tuesday.
Septa rail service was suspended between Doylestown to Lansdale due to a fatality on the tracks at around 5:30 Monday morning.
The Univest Economic Summit 2017 Thursday produced confidence about the near future of the nation’s economy.
The School Board Finance Committee reviewed a proposed final budget for the next school year that includes an increase of just under two percent.
Stream bank improvements are in the works for Whites Road Park in Lansdale.
North Penn School Board Member Josie Charnock is seeking a second term on the School Board.
The initial celebration of this year is set for Friday evening and weather permitting, will feature lots of live music and family fun at Railroad Plaza as well as almost half a dozen other open air venues.
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day was a success for Bucks and Montgomery Counties last weekend.
A house fire in Whitpain Township claims the life of a man believed to be in his man is 50’s.
Four Democrats and four Republicans, who have cross filed, are running for seats on the North Penn School Board. Mark Warren, a Democrat, is running for the first time.
A 34 year old man is under arrest after police searching the internet say, Brian Hyson, a Plymouth Meeting resident, had 3,200 sexually explicit images of children under the age of 18 and 165 videos of child pornography on his computer.
Montgomery County Republican State Rep. Kate Harper crafts a resolution calling for more women to be hired as the heads of boards in the non-profit and corporate sectors.
It’s called “Be A Part of The Conversation.” A North Penn School District effort to for parents on how to have a conversation with their elementary school age children about alcohol and drugs.
The Towamencin Township Police Department has a new Sergeant.
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