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Special Olympics Pennsylvania (SOPA) recently honored its local Montgomery County program and County Manager Scott Otterbein with the Torch Award during its Leadership Conference Banquet held at the Penn Stater in State College on Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019. In addition to honoring Montgomery County with the Torch Award, the Leadership Conference Banquet also recognized Athlete Leadership University graduates and inducted two athletes and two volunteers into its Hall of Fame.

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UPPER DUBLIN — The interior walls have been knocked down, the permits granted and construction to turn 520 Virginia Drive into the new home of the Upper Dublin Public Library is underway.

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NORRISTOWN — A former University of Pennsylvania professor who killed his wife in their Upper Merion home in 2006 has agreed to relinquish three-quarters of his investment and pension assets to help satisfy a $124.4 million civil verdict lodged against him.

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PLYMOUTH — For his “consistent efforts” and always going “above and beyond,” the Plymouth Township Council honored Officer Michael Watts as the Police Officer of the Year during Monday’s meeting.

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NORRISTOWN — A Plymouth man is behind bars after he admitted to stealing more than $21,000 in jewelry and coins from the home of a township woman who hired him to complete household repairs.

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NORRISTOWN — Thursday's Montgomery County commissioners meeting started off with a crowded room as the commissioners recognized more than 50 county interns who worked over the summer months.

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NORRISTOWN — An Upper Merion man faces about seven years of court supervision after he admitted to disseminating child pornography.

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“Drinking a glass of water or going to the local rivers to fish are things that sound like second nature to us, but what work is done behind the scenes that allows people to do these things?”

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PLYMOUTH — Following two recent plant malfunctions and subsequent odors believed to stem from the Covanta Plymouth Renewable Energy facility, the Plymouth Township Council intends to appoint an environmental law firm, as well as an environmental engineer at its regular monthly meeting on Monday.

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NORRISTOWN — Disgraced former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen  Kane is scheduled to be released from jail this week after completing the incarceration portion of her sentence for her 2016 perjury conviction.

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DOWNINGTOWN — A former borough police officer and resource officer for Downingtown West High School has been arrested for corruption of minors after she was caught allegedly partially clothed in the back seat of her SUV with a 17-year-old male student by Upper Uwchlan Township police.

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NORRISTOWN — The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office welcomed several new deputies and saw the promotion of one deputy to corporal during ceremonies held at the county courthouse.