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UPPER SALFORD — The legal battle to determine whether Verizon Wireless is allowed to build a 105-foot-tall cellular tower on the firehouse grounds isn't over yet. 

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SOUDERTON — Now in its sixth year, the Souderton Art Jam keeps getting bigger and better each year, according to John Taylor, a Souderton-Telford Main Streets board member.

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NORRISTOWN — Investigators are looking into what caused a fire to break out in a duplex in the 800 block of Swede Street across from Gotwals Elementary School Tuesday evening.

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SOUDERTON — A study approved by Souderton Borough Council at its Sept. 10 meeting will help decide if the municipality should have more full-time police officers. 

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SOUDERTON — Do you know how many parking spaces there are in front of the Souderton-Telford post office, how many beams are visible in the ceiling of the bandshell in Souderton Community Park, how many tennis courts there are at Jacob and Mary Stover Park, how many of Emmanuel Lutheran Churc…

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LOWER SALFORD — Plans for next year's road work are still in process, but the work is expected to include Park Avenue and Stahl Road.

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UPPER SALFORD — Following five nights of hearings beginning last November, the Upper Salford Township Zoning Hearing Board gave its decision Sept. 5 that Verizon Wireless is allowed to build a 105-foot tall cellular tower on land at the firehouse on Old Skippack Road. 

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EAST NORRITON >> The scores of women and children who show up at Laurel House’s domestic violence shelter are typically disoriented and frightened. They’ve left home in a hurry — frequently with nothing more than the clothes they’re wearing. Staples as diverse as diapers and toothbrush…

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EAST ROCKHILL — When the East Rockhill Township Park & Recreation Board reviewed a suggestion to add a fishing pier in Iron Bridge Park, it concluded that most of the fishermen wouldn't use it, Township Manager Marianne Morano said at the East Rockhill Township Board of Supervisors' Aug.…

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SOUDERTON >> Efforts to deter fireworks in the borough over the July Fourth holiday met with "limited success," Souderton Borough police Chief James Leary said at Souderton Borough Council's Aug. 20 work session meeting.

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LOWER SALFORD >> A 43-year-old Lower Salford woman who was jailed last year after pleading guilty to having embezzled more than $35,000 from the Vernfield Elementary Home and School Association and Harleysville Cub Scouts Pack 137 while she was the treasurer for the groups is now accus…

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SOUDERTON >> With classes in the Souderton Area School District set to open for the new school year on Tuesday, Aug. 28, Souderton Borough Council’s Aug. 20 meeting included the hiring of three new crossing guards.

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TELFORD >> Two Telford Borough police officers were recognized for their outstanding service at the Aug. 6 borough council meeting.

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SOUDERTON >> With the Northbound restaurant slated to open soon in the former Souderton train station and North End Market planned for next year on Main Street, Giuseppe “Joe” Chiaro jokes that the name of his planned new building will go in a different direction.

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FRANCONIA >> If you’re driving on Route 113 in Franconia, the drive may have fewer or shorter stops after the Franconia Township Board of Supervisors July 16 authorization to have Township Manager Jon Hammer submit an application to Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for a chang…

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UPPER SALFORD >> A planned traffic roundabout at the intersection of Old Skippack Road and Schwenksville Road/Shelly Road in Upper Salford will benefit a lot of drivers, Upper Salford Township Board of Supervisors Chairman Ted Poatsy Jr. said.

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LOWER SALFORD >> The date has not yet been set, but a public hearing for requested zoning changes on two tracts of land will be held either at the board’s Aug. 1 or Sept. 5 meeting, the Lower Salford Township Board of Supervisors said in response to questions at the board’s July 11 meeting.

Bob Keeler - Digital First Media Matthew Cotellese, second from right, is sworn in July 11 as a Lower Salford Township Police officer. From left are his parents, Phyllis and John; wife Noelle holding the Bible; son Brayden; Off. Matthew Cotellese; and Lower Salford Township Police Chief Thom…

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UPPER SALFORD >> Comments from residents for and against allowing a proposed cellular tower on fire company property concluded the testimony before the Upper Salford Township Zoning Hearing Board July 9.

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TELFORD >> Telford Borough Council members unanimously approved an ordinance prohibiting parking in a portion of Noble Oaks at their July 2 meeting.