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A Bucks County Grand Jury finds that officials at the Solebury School in New Hope looked the other way for five decades as staff members, teachers and financial donors sexually assaulted students.
The Montgomery County Commissioners Office of Drug and Alcohol and the Overdose Task Force is again sponsoring the Prescription Overdose Awareness Billboard Contest. The contest encourages high school students to design billboards for the campaign.
A former Pennridge high school student, now 19 years old, has filed a lawsuit against the Pennridge School District on the grounds that she was allegedly bullied during her time at the school and that the district did nothing to address the problem.
The issue of sick and bereavement leave is the subject of a bill in the Pa. State Senate that would remove state mandated levels of sick and bereavement leave and make it part of the collective bargaining process for teachers.
Governor tom wolf next week will deliver his budget address for the upcoming fiscal year and he was at the Montgomery County Courthouse Tuesday to announce that the spending plan will include 10 million dollars to get the opioid overdose antidote Naloxone into the hands of emergency responders statewide.
A Lansdale teen, J’Mel Duran-Taylor, accused of shooting a 19-year-old man six times over an alleged drug deal involving 80 dollars worth of marijuana, is behind bars.
The Towamencin Township Supervisors have approved an ordinance that raises the compensation for those that will follow them in office.
President Trump continues to face backlash from his executive order that prevents people from entering the U.S from suspected terror countries.
The project started Monday.
The President of the National Education Association, Lilly Eskelsen-Garia, says President Trump’s nominee for Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, is the wrong person for the post.
The Trump Administration’s ruling to stop people from entering the country from suspected terror counties has spurred protests at airports and backlash from elected officials, among them Pennsylvania U.S Senator Bob Casey.
Montgomery County Officials gathered at the Courthouse in Norristown on Friday to remember the victims of drug abuse.
A Quakertown man is one of five men who allegedly sexually assaulted a nine year boy beginning in 2009 and continued sexually assaulting him for several years.
The Montgomery County D-A’s office and the Hatfield Township Police Department have arrested 26 year old, Julie Parker of Lansdale with a crimnal homicide charge of drug delivery resulting in death in connection with the overdose death of 22 year old, Isabella Lowrie.
A Towamencin Township teen is under arrest in connection with allegedly assisting another teen in the shooting of a 19 year old man.
Dr. Wilson Compton is the Deputy Director of the National Institute of Drug Abuse.
Towamencin officials have received a proposal for leasing and operating the community pool on Weikel Road.
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