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Lutheran Community at Telford is expanding its campus. At the Oct. 7 Telford Borough Council meeting, Nathan Fox, the attorney for the Lutheran Community, addressed council members about the $45 million project.

Representative Frank Ryan (Times-Chronicle, 10/6) sets the bait by calling for an elimination of property taxes. What he substitutes, for the most part, i(s a series of flat taxes on consumption and retirement income at the state and local levels, which would leave the greatest tax percentag…

When you think of convenience store cuisine, hoagies, wraps and ready-made salads come to mind. At the Horsham Sunoco Deli and Grill those choices are on the menu, along with breakfast sandwiches, a variety of gourmet cheeseburgers, cheesesteaks, eccentric egg rolls like Italian sausage parm…

HATBORO, Pa. — H.A.T. Packs is excited to be selected as a charity partner for ACME and the ACME Foundation to receive donations from the annual Hunger Is campaign to eradicate childhood hunger. All donations made at the Horsham ACME store will be used to provide weekend meals to children ex…

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Here we go again, some of you are thinking, it’s yet another opinion column against gun ownership and weapons of mass destruction. You’re sure it will feed you facts like there are 120 guns for every 100 people in America; 1.7 million children live with unlocked, loaded guns, and some 31 per…

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Smithsonian magazine describes its signature “Museum Day” – Sept. 21 this year – as “an annual celebration of boundless curiosity” and marks the observance by giving away tickets to numerous museums and cultural venues throughout the country. Participants simply go to www.smithsonianmag.com …

Between Friday, September 13 and Sunday, September 15, the Montgomery Township Regional DUI Enforcement Team will conduct sobriety checkpoints at an undisclosed location within the jurisdiction of one of its participating departments: Montgomery and Horsham Townships in Montgomery County, an…

A photo caption in last week's Back to School photo feature incorrectly identified two sisters in one of the photos as Macey and Kelly Najarian. The girls in the photo are Lia and Brenda Peralta. 

RESTON, VA — During the 2018–19 school year, along with other accomplished music students across the United States and overseas in military base schools, Anna Ridenour from Jenkintown MS/HS practiced with dedication to gain a chair or part in her local, district, regional, and state music ho…

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You don’t have to be Hispanic or speak Spanish to attend the Hispanic Heritage Celebration scheduled for Sept. 20 from 7 to 10 p.m. at Conshohocken’s Coyote Crossing. In fact, organizers are hoping for a crowd that reflects the same broad demographic mix the popular Mexican restaurant attrac…

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PLYMOUTH MEETING — Addiction to alcohol, opioids, cocaine and any other substance kills thousands of Americans annually and impacts millions of lives.

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JENKINTOWN -- At the August 28 meeting, Borough Fire Marshall Kevin Lynch provided the Jenkintown community with updates regarding a long-awaited equipment purchase: a freshly-minted Spartan Aerial truck with a ladder range of 110 feet.

King of Prussia, PA – PennDOT is planning a single lane closure Mondays through Saturdays on Route 63 (Welsh Road) between Jarrettown Road and Dreshertown Road in Upper Dublin Township on Tuesday, September 3, through Tuesday, September 17, from 9 AM to 3 PM for traffic lane modifications.

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AMBLER — June 24, 2019, may stand out as the day the greatest save was ever made on the pickleball courts at Ricciardi Park.

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The Beatles’ iconic Abbey Road album cover photo shoot -- by photographer Iain Macmillan on Aug. 8, 1969 -- reportedly took 10 minutes. But 50 years after the Abbey Road record was released on Sept. 26, 1969, the distinctive image still draws countless fans to the London intersection to mimi…

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EAST ROCKHILL — A federal appeals court has affirmed previous federal district court decisions in favor of the Pennridge School District in a case in which a former student accused the district of discrimination and deliberate indifference to her pleas for help. 

Ten new Eagle Scouts from Whitpain Township Troop 98 were formally awarded Scouting's highest rank on August 4th at a ceremony held at the Manor House at Prophecy Creek. This brings to 70 the number of Eagle Scouts minted by Troop 98 since its founding in 1997.

AMBLER – Summer is a time for sun, swimming and, at the Wissahickon Valley Public Library, reading and science! This year’s Summer Reading Program received a $4,000 donation from Ambler Savings Bank to fund programming such as “Mad Science” events and the Franklin Institute at the Ambler and…