Sunday Aug 17
HUD's changes to maps disrupt assistance money
Community improvement projects across the region have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal funding after the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development changed its low- and moderate-income maps in the middle of the grant process.
Montgomery Township Paying $15,000 for 1-Acre Parcel for Rec Center Stormwater Management
Montgomery Township Supervisors Monday night approved 4-0 the execution of a $15,000 purchase of a 44,366-square-foot parcel at Stump and Horsham roads, as well as a stormwater easement agreement, from Harry and Anne Hassan, of Ambler.
The Sanatoga Post
Thursday At The Fair: Pride, Wonder, Awe On Display
They came Thursday from everywhere in Montgomery County, these competitors for the biggest zucchini, the best-tasting pie, the most appealing goat, the heaviest pig.
FDA Taking Steps To Make Sure Foods Labeled 'Gluten-Free' Actually Are
The Food and Drug Administration has issued new guidelines for food manufacturers.
1 Hurt as Fire Burns Through Apartments
Flames tore through a Montgomery County apartment building overnight landing at least one person in the hospital and leaving around two dozen people out of their homes.
Act II Playhouse PresentsMORE Broadway on Butler Today
Act II Playhouse in Ambler continues its summer of entertainment with More Broadway on Butler, a lively musical review featuring numbers from many popular Broadway shows.
University City Review
Notes on Music
Pioneering Philadelphia painter Theresa Bernstein, considered a chronicler of 20th century urban life, is the focus of a major show at the elegant Woodmere Art Museum where her first ever retrospective, "A Century in Art" runs through Oct. 26 and features more than 50 paintings and works on paper.