Montgomery County Judge Steven O’Neill has been tapped to head a new position.
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Lansdale Borough Council has approved the transfer of an out-of-town liquor license into the community to be used by an Italian restaurant opening next May in the old 3-11 arts building in downtown Lansdale.
Lansdale’s Mardi Gras Parade is happening rain or shine.
Two women are accused of using personal information from a Bucks County Community College faculty member to change grades.
Montgomery County Officials have proposed a budget for next year. The general fund portion of the spending plan totals about 407 million dollars and does not raise property taxes.
School Directors Josie Charnock, Tim Kerr, Patrick McGee, Frank O’Donnell and Vince Sherpinsky attended their last school board business meeting in an official capacity Thursday night.
A Schwenksville man faces 700 counts of felony sexual abuse of children and additional offenses.
The projected travel numbers have been gathered for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Another arrest is made on the charge of drug delivery resulting in death.
A property tax hike is in the works for homeowners in Lansdale. Borough Council Wednesday night authorized advertisement of a budget for next year that includes a one mil increase in the tax rate.
Almost half a dozen state lawmakers joined Montgomery County Officials at the Norristown Farm Park Wednesday to announce more funding for County Parks as well as two community service organizations.
The health of the economy continues to be analyzed as President Trump nears his first year in office.
The problem of speeding in Lansdale was a part of Mayor elect Garry Herbert’s platform. Herbert says he supports a bill that just passed in the State Senate to allow municipalities to use radar to identify people who drive over the speed limit.
Dr. Richard Lorraine of Harleysville Medical Associates says the new blood pressure guidelines released Monday were developed two years ago through the Sprint Study.
An all-day exercise on the inside and outside of the Limerick Nuclear Generating station is underway to determine the level of preparedness in the event of an accident or terror attack resulting radiation release.
They’re holding the line on property taxes in Montgomeryville.
Writing bad checks to businesses in Lansdale Borough and Towamencin Township leads to a prison term of one to three years for a Philadelphia man.
A new majority in the North Penn School District was decided in the recent election, giving Democrats the upper hand for the first time ever.
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- Bucks Man Sentenced to Long Prison Term For Abusing Girls December 12, 2017
- Montgomery Elementary School Has a Brand New Look December 12, 2017