A look back at the IHM CYO Cross-Country team in action in 2019 at the Belmont Plateau course. With CYO sports being shelved because of the pandemic, many students will miss out on the challenges of tackling the Belmont Plateau hills this fall.

The 21st Ward Veteran’s Association recently held their annual tribute to the victims of 9/11 and to honor the heroic efforts of first responders on that tragic day in 2001. This year’s event was held outside of the 5th District police headquarters at Ridge and Cinnaminson.

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LOWER SALFORD — Finding out that the department now could tie body cameras in with existing in-car cameras, that the costs would be less than previously projected, and that a grant is available to help foot the bill has the Lower Salford Township Police Department taking another look at addi…

The Lower Salford Township Police Department is collecting non-perishable food items in support of Montgomery County Children & Youth Services for Thanksgiving Dinners for families in financial hardship. The drive is being conducted from Sept. 15 to Oct. 31. 

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FRANCONIA — It would be tight, but Souderton Area School District could make the switch from its current half day kindergarten to full day without needing to add on to any of its buildings, a district-wide comprehensive facilities study presented at the Sept. 9 Souderton Area School Board Op…

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LOWER SALFORD — Almac Group, which has its United States headquarters in Lower Salford, has announced that the organization will donate to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), Laurel House, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital as part of an over $300,000 total contribution being …

As the world wrestles with both treating current patients while racing to find a cure for COVID-19, biologists worldwide are focusing their attention on an unlikely COVID connection: bats. Long misunderstood, feared, and underappreciated, bats just might be patient zero for the virus-- scien…

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FRANCONIA — Two nights of planned drive-in movies in Franconia Community Park are being described as a fun family event that gets people out of the house in a safe socially distanced way, along with raising money and collecting food for programs to help others in the community.

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SOUDERTON — Being the grand prize winner in an essay contest for Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce members means Courtnee Wampole will be getting a home office makeover.

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HATFIELD — This year marks 75 years since the end of World War II with Japan formally surrendering Sept. 2, 1945 on the USS Missouri about four months after the German surrender in Europe.