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Michael Hinton found guilty in March Pottstown cafe shooting
Michael Hinton has been found guilty of first degree murder following a shooting in Pottstown, according to the Montgomery County District Attorney's office.
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Judge nixes claim of coerced confession
NORRISTOWN Montgomery County prosecutors will be allowed to present written and videotaped confessions in the trial of a man accused of killing a grandmother and baby in King of Prussia.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
1 of 2 men on trial in slaying outside SE Pa. bar
Jury deliberations are expected to begin in the trial of a man charged in a shooting death outside a southeastern Pennsylvania bar a year ago.
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Wednesday's Headlines In The Sanatoga Post
Pottsgrove Grad Reddick Seeks Votes in Song Contest Jazmin Reddick hopes you'll listen to her sing in a competition video online, and select her to continue on to perform May 3 at the Norristown Arts Hill Festival.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Lottery Ticket Worth More Than $5 Million Sold In Montgomery County
The most recent winner matched all six numbers in Monday night's Match 6 Lotto drawing.
$5M lottery ticket sold in Montgomery County
Lottery officials said the Match 6 Lotto ticket was bought at the Weis store at 25 W. Germantown Pike in Norristown for Monday night's drawing.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Jury selection begins in murder case of March Pottstown shooting
The trial for a Montgomery County man accused of murder is getting under way. Jury selection started Monday in the trial of Michael Hinton, of Norristown.
Weekly Roadwork - Bucks-Montgomery-Chester
Information provided by PennDOT ________________________________________ Lane restrictions are scheduled on the Route 309 Bypass in Hilltown and West Rockhill townships, Bucks County, for core boring operations.
Montco SAAC honors Karen Connicelli for Meals on Wheels Volunteer of the Year
Montco SAAC is honoring selected volunteers at the Pre-Derby dinner dance and fundraiser.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
2 Valley docs' pay in Top 5
Two physicians at Danville State Hospital were paid at least $288,000 in 2013, with more than 40 percent of those earnings in overtime, according to the state Department of Public Welfare.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Family Dollar to Cut Jobs, Close Several Hundred Stores
By Liz Taurasi On the heels of a second quarter earnings announcement, Family Dollar stores officials say they are taking immediate steps to improve company performance which includes shuttering stores and cutting jobs.
Not So Fast: Spring Break Will Not Start Monday
Spring break in Norristown will be much shorter than usual. The school holiday, normally a week long, will be only a few days this year thanks to all the snow days we had this winter.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Police taught to spot signs of psychiatric crisis
In this image taken from video on Jan. 15, 2014, from left, Lower Merion police officers Edward Sarama and Robert McGuire try to talk to Lower Merion officer Matt Dougherty, seated right in blue, who is pretending to be mentally ill, during a training simulation at Montgomery County Emergency Service in Norristown, Pa.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
MontCo lawyer pleads guilty to selling drugs
A disbarred Montgomery County lawyer could be facing prison time after pleading guilty Monday to selling prescription painkillers to an undercover police detective.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Muscarella v. Commw. , PICS Case No.14-0446 (Pa. Commw. March 14, 2014) McCullough, J. (28 pages).
The executor of an estate on behalf of the estate and the class he represented sought an order declaring 61 Pa.Code 401.1 and 401.43 of the revenue department's regulations invalid insofar as they limit a personal representative of an estate from claiming a property tax rebate for a decedent who did not live during some part of the year next ... (more)
Lawyer pleads guilty to oxycodone sales
Disbarred Norristown defense attorney Gregory Noonan, looking thinner and grayer, pleaded guilty on Monday to illegally selling the powerful prescription drug oxycodone.
Montco Attorney Pleads Guilty to Dealing Prescription Drugs
A former criminal defense attorney in Montgomery County could be looking at several years behind bars after admitting in court today that he illegally sold prescription painkillers to a cop during an undercover investigation.
Montco public defenders push expungement of juvenile records
Taneshia Quannay Darden was 14 when she snatched a purse off a woman's shoulder in a Norristown alley.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
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Speculation Renews Over Possible Sale Of The Mercury
Veteran journalist and editor Steve Buttry, and more than 40 other people, lost their New York City-based jobs Wednesday in a round of big-business cost-cutting.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
The Future of the Old Montco Prison
The Norristown Project was founded in May of 2013 with the mission of improving the image of Norristown through volunteerism and community engagement activities.