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Sunnyside Kids' Sale Helps Save on Back To School Costs
The summer is almost over, and it can only mean one thing. The students in and around Lower Providence Township are headed back to school.
Montco leadership program starts in September
NORRISTOWN Norristown will launch an eight-week course next month to build a cadre of community leaders in the Montgomery County seat.
The News Item
Mount Carmel Township yard sales may require permits
Residents of Mount Carmel Township would be required to purchase a permit to host yard sales under the terms of a proposed ordinance.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
The Lebanon Daily News
Lebanon prothonotary/clerk of courts Lisa Arnold pleads guilty, retires as part of plea
Lebanon County Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts Lisa Arnold pleaded guilty Thursday to a summary offense for failing to submit paperwork to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation in a timely manner, and retired from her county row-office position.
Ex-Lafayette College student pleads guilty to lesser charges in regional drug ring, newspaper reports
A former Lafayette College student, who was charged in a drug ring that served several schools in the region, pleaded guilty Wednesday to lesser offenses, according to a published report.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Richard Genovese, longtime musician
Richard T. Genovese Sr., 78, of Hatfield, a longtime musician here and elsewhere, died Thursday, July 24, of a brain disorder at his home.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Erie Times News
In Brief: Man shot to death outside peace concert
A man was fatally shot outside a Philadelphia concert being held to promote peace and stem violence in the city, police said Thursday.
Guilty but mentally ill verdict in sword slayings
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Wed Aug 13, 2014
OK- That was amaaaaaaaaaaazing
Let me put it this way. What if God gave you three weeks away from your day gig, each week has like a different theme and at the end, you've been completely rejuvenated, rested, understand where you've been, what's been keeping you stuck, and have had the opportunity to discover your true friends and say no to some toxic situations, claim your ... (more)
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Give Back to Mascaro Through the 'Give For The Chief' Blood Drive
After rather humble beginning, working out of his Norristown garage, Francesco A. Mascaro was able to create a trash-hauling empire before his passing last year.
3 Injured Jumping To Safety From Burning Home In Norristown
Three residents were injured after they were forced to jump out of their home during a fire in Montgomery County early Tuesday morning.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Noam Osband's documentary Adelante takes a look at the town of Norristown, Pennsylvania, outside of Philadelphia, where St. Patrick's Church has undergone a massive change in its congregation in the last two decades.
Rondo-Pak: Digital watermarking for folding carton packaging
See it at Pharma EXPO, Booth #683, with Korber MediPak! Using mobile technologies such as InvisiMarc code, imperceptible Digital Watermarks for folding carton packaging from Rondo-Pak provide multi-media customer engagement via smartphones without taking up print space on a package, and brand authentication and anti-counterfeiting strategies as an ... (more)
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Philly-area home intruder shooting ruled justifiedPhilly-area home...
Philly-area home intruder shooting ruled justified Authorities said intruder threatened resident with a gun Check out this story on pressconnects.com: http://press.sn/1s4Qmfs NORRISTOWN, Pa.
Montco DA: Shooting death 'justified'
The killing of an intruder by a Norristown man last week has been ruled to be a justified shooting, the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office said Monday.
Thanh Nein News
Vietnamese-American faces 150-year sentence for corruption
Thanh Nguyen and Robert Slamon were arraigned and released on charges including theft, tampering with public records, corruption, bribery and conspiracy.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
2 charged with defrauding PennDOT
The state attorney general's office has filed charges against two people who allegedly conspired to defraud PennDOT of more than $3.6 million in taxpayer money.
Two men charged after conspiring to steal $3.6 million in taxpayer money from PennDOT, Pa. attorney general says
Thanh Nguyen, 62, of Montgomery County, and Robert Slamon, 54, of Berks County, have been charged in connection to an alleged conspiracy in which $3.6 million in taxpayer money was stolen.
Wed Jul 30, 2014