Local School District May Save Info Digitally

In an effort to avoid saving paper information multiple times, the North Penn School District is contemplating moving to a digital system that scans paper information and saves it digitally to a system that will prevent redundancies. According to officials, the system would cost the district in the neighborhood of 250-thousand dollars to 500-grand.  School district information, in accordance with The Right-to-Know Law, must be saved for 100-years.

Indian Valley Public Library Requests Aid from Upper Salford

The Upper Salford Township supervisors are responding to a request for a larger donation to the Indian Valley Public Library in Telford.  

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Foulkeways Nursing Home Wins Award

Pennsylvania Health Secretary Eli Avila was in Montgomery County Monday, presenting an award to the Foulkeways at Gwynedd retirement community and nursing home on Meetinghouse Road in Lower Gwynedd.

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Investigator Says Reverend Is Suitable For Ministry

An investigator with the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s Office for Child and Youth Protection addressed parishioners Tuesday night at Saint Maria Goretti Church in Hatfield Township.

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