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LOWER SALFORD — The outdoor dining allowed at township restaurants in the yellow phase of the coronavirus-related guidelines will continue until the end of the pandemic, Lower Salford Township Board of Supervisors said at the board's July 1 meeting.

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LOWER SALFORD — Township supervisors have each gone on record in opposition to Montgomery County Commissioner Joe Gale's June 1 statement that has led to calls for Gale's resignation.

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LOWER SALFORD — In the aftermath of George Floyd's death, a number of Lower Salford residents have emailed Police Chief Thomas Medwid to ask about that department's policies, Medwid said at the June 30 Lower Salford Township Board of Supervisors work session meeting.

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SOUDERTON — There are too many variables and too little time to be able to open the Souderton Community Pool for a shortened season this year, so the pool will stay closed for 2020, Souderton Borough Council members said at the board's June 29 work session.

The Roxborough Bandits Jr. American Legion team battled Aston-Media in a hard fought playoff series. Many of the youngsters from that team went on to outstanding high school careers but lost out on their senior year seasons this Spring. The squad was coached by former Bandits players: Brian …

SOUDERTON — Over the last few months, Keystone Opportunity Center has been making contactless home deliveries of groceries to pantry clients. More than 25,000 pounds of healthy fruits, vegetables, milk, meat, shelf stable items like canned goods, and essentials such as toilet paper, were del…

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TELFORD — Some of the changes at this year's Telford Night Market are because of the coronavirus, but some were already planned before the pandemic and social distancing.

As the region lurches into first the yellow and then the green phases of the governor’s post-pandemic reopening plan, the Schuylkill Center will welcome a group of summer campers to our annual camp this Monday, June 29, easily the most interesting camp in our 30+ years of offering this progr…

The controversial use of excessive force by law enforcement officers is nothing new. The current controversy about cops beating citizens would remind a history buff of Philadelphia’s first case of such behavior, just a bit more than three centuries ago.

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SOUDERTON — The plans for the Business Improvement District and Souderton-Telford Main Streets to merge and the BID expand to cover all of Souderton Borough are still the same as in February, when the BID previously outlined the plans.

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LOWER SALFORD — There were no animals in a barn that burned the night of Tuesday, June 16, Harleysville Community Fire Company Chief Kevin Wasson said.

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SOUDERTON — The borough's decision to not open Souderton Community Pool while the area is in the yellow phase of the state's coronavirus-related restrictions still stands, but there is a possibility the pool could be opened when and if the state moves Montgomery County to the green designati…

BLUE BELL -- Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, REALTORS® congratulates The Rosenthal Group, Blue Bell sales associates, on being recognized as Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices first quarter 2020 award winners for gross commission income (GCI) and/or residential units in the ent…

The April data showed an upward trend in median sales prices, and further examination shows the rise can be attributed, in part, to shifts in the makeup of the housing market. This is due to the economic shutdown caused by the pandemic, which disproportionally affected people in the lower in…

The Frank Rizzo statue has been hauled away from in front of the Municipal Services Building, and his humongous portrait on a wall in South Philly has been painted over. Rizzo would probably be amused that he was one of the villains in the recent demonstrations, 30 years after he died.

Communities, churches, schools, businesses or organizations are invited to participate in a non-contact drive-thru food drive to be held at the Main Street entrance of the Souderton Borough Community Park (across from Grace Bible Church, 423 Main Street, Souderton) on Saturday, June 27 from …

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Dr. Gallagher, Dr. Varano, members of the School Board, faculty, parents, friends and my fellow Class of 2020 graduates. First, I’d like to say, “Congratulations! We made it” After years of hard work and determination, here we are. And, although we are not together in person, we are together…

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What a year to be a senior. I’m sure everybody can agree that this was not the end we had imagined. Walking through those double doors, as our eyes followed up to the towering ceiling of the main concourse, as freshmen, we were ready to make a fresh start. To reset. As weeks turned to months…