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NORRISTOWN — While statistics indicate Montgomery County residents are continuing to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in the county’s 62 municipalities, officials did report more than three dozen new cases of the virus on Wednesday, including new infections at the county jail in Lower Providence.

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WEST NORRITON — West Norriton Police are following several leads from the public as they investigate the disappearance of 20-year-old Yonna Marie Santiago, who is considered endangered.

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For 116 years in Norristown, we have celebrated the magnificent feast of La Madonna del Soccorso di Sciacca, Our Lady of Perpetual Help of Sciacca, a fishing village in Sicily. That special day, which is the Sunday nearest to the 15th of August, the feast day of the Assumption of Mary, begins with a Mass by Monsignor John Marine, a native of Norristown, that fills Holy Saviour Church and then a procession that follows winding through the streets of the town and with the air filled with the traditional sounds of the Verdi Band. The procession ends with benediction at the church.

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EAGLEVILLE – In light of the local effects of Hurricane Isaias, the Montgomery County Department of Public Safety, along with neighboring counties that experienced flooding and wind damage, has been working with Voluntary Agencies Active in Disaster partners to establish the Hurricane Isaias Home Cleanup Hotline to support homeowners in need.

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NORRISTOWN — The Pottstown man accused of the April 2019 gunshot slaying of another man “voluntarily abandoned” firearms, including the alleged murder weapon, when he fled from a vehicle he was operating at the time and evidence of the seized weapons should be admissible at his trial, prosecutors maintain.

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ABINGTON — Calling it the latest incident of domestic violence in Montgomery County, authorities said they’ve determined that the gunshot deaths of an Abington couple were a murder-suicide.

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EAST NORRITON — Right in the middle of the coronavirus crisis, Einstein Medical Center Montgomery patients who've found themselves admitted to the Emergency Department have unexpectedly improved their civic health.

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ABINGTON — Concerns about transporting inmates from the Montgomery County jail during the coronavirus outbreak apparently derailed a preliminary hearing for a Philadelphia man accused of fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend during an encounter at the Meadowbrook Train Station in Abington.

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UPPER MERION — With newly added improvements, the completion of the first phase of construction for King of Prussia's  Linear Park is just a few months away.

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NORRISTOWN — A Pottstown man is headed to jail on charges he distributed cocaine in the borough and later tried to elude police in a vehicle, placing numerous pedestrians in danger.

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TOWAMENCIN — Hundreds of people have come together to raise nearly $30,000 to support a family burdened by the tragic loss of their 5-year-old daughter, Eliza Talal.

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NORRISTOWN — The lawyer representing a man accused of participating in the gunshot slaying of another man during a home invasion robbery in Norristown argues statements he gave to detectives should not be heard by a jury because they were not properly obtained by authorities.

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NORRISTOWN — Certain crime scene and autopsy photos taken during the investigation into the gunshot slaying of a Pottstown man should be prohibited as evidence at the accused killer’s trial because they would unfairly “inflame the passions of the jury,” the man’s lawyer argued.

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NORRISTOWN — A Pottstown man accused of the April 2019 gunshot slaying of another man maintains the police seizure of firearms from a vehicle he was operating, including the alleged murder weapon, was “ripe with problems and confusion” and the gun evidence should be suppressed at trial.

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NORRISTOWN — A Lansdale man has pleaded not guilty to charges he abused the corpse of a friend, after the friend died at his home, by wrapping the body in a large trash bag and placing it in the trunk of the dead man’s vehicle before abandoning it on a parking lot.

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NORRISTOWN — Just days before a Maryland man allegedly fatally shot his ex-girlfriend at her Lower Moreland home, the woman testified in court that he physically restrained her and tore her dress during a previous domestic-related incident at his home, court papers revealed.

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CONSHOHOCKEN — In 2020, the conversation has evolved from whether women should be permitted to vote to the legitimacy of voting by mail. But the years have done nothing to diminish the magnitude of the Suffragettes’ achievement a century ago when they endured ongoing physical, emotional and verbal abuse to secure voting rights for women.

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While the coronavirus pandemic has forced millions of students to learn online, for over 30,000 students in Pennsylvania, this was already the norm. These students have swapped out traditional brick and mortar schools for cyber charter schools.