FRANCONIA — Eight people and a dog escaped a fire that burned a townhouse on Green Meadow Lane in the Indian Valley Meadows development in Franconia the afternoon of Wednesday, Feb. 24.
Looking through some old files, I came upon a clipping from the Philadelphia Inquirer (that big newspaper downtown) from Thursday, November 18, 1869, which was Thanksgiving Day.
TELFORD — With Souderton-Telford Main Streets having merged the beginning of this year into Souderton Connects, Telford will have to come up with a new organization to keep doing the events in that town that Main Streets used to head up.
HARLEYSVILLE — Residents of the Arbour Square of Harleysville senior independent living community received their first dose of the Moderna vaccine recently.
SOUDERTON — Details are still being worked out, but borough officials are expecting Souderton Community Pool to be open this year after being closed last summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Words interest me. I’ve been reading them since I was five years old or so, and working with them for profit ever since I sold my first writing while I was in high school.
SOUDERTON — A month after starting his new job, Souderton Borough Police Chief Brian Newhall says things are going well.
The S.A.V.E. (Students Against Violating the Earth) Club at Souderton Area High School would like to thank community members who recycled their Christmas trees with SAVE at Franconia Township Park. SAVE and NHS (National Honor Society) teamed up to make the event happen. Recycling trees keep…
The first time I ever heard of Joseph R. Biden Jr. was on Friday, Dec. 18, 1972. I was in the newsroom of the old Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, working on my Sunday column.
FRANCONIA — When the Franconia Township Police Department posted on its Facebook page that retired Police Chief Paul R. Hunsberger, who served in that position from 1965 to 1997, had died, several posters added their condolences and memories.
FRANCONIA — COVID-19 changed the way it was done this year, but the January 28 Souderton Area School Board meeting still included a celebration of School Director Recognition Month.
On April 16, 1789, two days after he was notified that the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia had elected him president of the new government, George Washington left his home on the Potomac River in Virginia and started out for New York.
SOUDERTON — At 7 p.m. Jan. 21, Souderton residents David and Kathi Peters' new documentary "Postcards from Babylon" began streaming in New Zealand, then spread around the world beginning at 7 p.m. in each time zone.
LOWER SALFORD — Under the current township rules, people who want to raise chickens at their home can only do so on properties that are three acres or larger.