Gear up for some faves, new variety at M.I.A.
EVEN AVID music scenesters might not know half of the "nearly 50" acts curated by lead producer Shawn "Jay Z" Carter and friends for this weekend's Budweiser Made in America Music Festival on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Public Information Session on Contaminated Water is Wednesday
A public information session will be held tonight, Wednesday, Aug. 27, to discuss elevated levels of a contaminant found in wells in Horsham and Warminster.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
New Jersey Herald
Contaminant in Philly-area water decades after use
Decades after the Navy used an unregulated contaminant in firefighting training on two former bases in Bucks and Montgomery counties, the chemical is turning up in elevated levels in public water wells.
Experts Advise Parents On How To Ease Back-to-School Transition For Children
With the last few days of summer vacation, children in the Delaware Valley will soon be back in the classroom.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
The Miami Herald
Writing career rises from childhood love of comics
"In the course of Mom's shopping trip, I could read everything on the rack, and she would give me 35 cents to buy one book," Brownfield recalled.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
How a persecuted dance genius bound Ukraine to Philly
Beauty in tradition: The Voloshky Ukrainian Dance Ensemble will perform Sun., Aug. 24 at the 23rd annual Ukrainian Folk Festival in Horsham.
AAMCO breaks ground on training ctr.
AAMCO Transmissions Inc., the transmission repair/total car care group, has broken ground in Newnan on its training facility for AAMCO technicians, managers and franchisees.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
New 600-acre master-planned community to rise next to The Woodlands
The Horsham, Pennsylvania-based luxury homebuilder has closed on 600 acres along FM 2978, a quarter of a mile from the western boundary of The Woodlands.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
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.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Thu Aug 14, 2014
More names released in Bangor quarry trespassing case
Bangor Mayor Joe Capozollo points out to where some of the deeper parts are in the quarry that sits off North Main Street in the borough.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Are VA officials required to tell members of Congress the truth?
Rep. Patrick Meehan last week asked new Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald if VA employees are required to give honest answers to members of Congress, after one of them apparently lied to him back in June.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
University City Review
Operation Homefront to give free backpacks and school supplies to military kids
Operation Homefront of Pennsylvania/Delaware/New Jersey just held Back-to-School Brigade events this past August 2, 2014 at Horsham Air Guard Station and Dover Air Force Base where free backpacks full of school supplies were given to pre-registered military families.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Meehan: VA seems to embrace 'culture of cover-ups'
A congressman from Pennsylvania has called on the Department of Veterans Affairs to investigate and hold accountable Philadelphia VA officials who he says lied to him.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
1,500 homes planned for Parkland projects
Horsham, Pa.-based Toll bought Parkland Golf & Country Club from WCI in 2010. Toll has 220 homes left to build, and 58 are under construction now.