Banks Paying Restitution for Bid Rigging

Restitution is on the way for several local government agencies and nonprofits victimized in a bid-rigging case involving major banks.

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Man Who Sold Gun That Killed Officer Fox Pleads Guilty

Michael Joseph Henry, a 31-year-old Philadelphia man, entered a guilty plea Tuesday in Montgomery County Court to selling the gun that killed Plymouth Township police officer, Brad Fox. The weapon was used by Andrew Charles Thomas to kill Officer Fox during a traffic stop that quickly turned to a chase and stand-off on September 13th. Thomas took his own life after shooting Officer fox. Henry apologized to the Fox family for his actions. He’s being held on 1-million dollars bail in Montgomery County Prison. Henry faces a potential term of 42 to 84 years in prison when he’s sentenced.

Laurel House Benefits From Thrift Shop

The Montgomery County domestic violence agency, known as Laurel House, is doing very well with a thrift shop it opened earlier this year in the North Penn Area.

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Local Educator: Pope Francis Must Protect Children

The Election of Pope Francis 1st is being felt all over the world and locally. Lansdale Catholic High School Students and Staff watched Pope Francis address the faithful in Saint Peter’s Square. Interim Assistant Principal for Student Affairs, Dan McCarthy believes Pope Francis should immediately deal with the sex scandals that have damaged the church and harmed children.

 “Very important that he takes the time to just put measures in place to protect the youth and protect everyone. The church is in a state right now where there are a lot of people who are distrustful and I don’t blame them for that”

 McCarthy says, He was proud of the students for staying after school and watching Pope Francis address the audience. McCarthy also feels Pope Francis will help bring people back to the church.

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