We just observed another annual April Fool’s Day, and it occurred to me that I didn’t know why such a tradition exists. A little research found that nobody really seems to know why, although the idea has existed for several hundred years, by many different cultures.

We'd like take a moment to shine the spotlight on our own, Dr. Dave Goldberg. He's been a tremendous asset to our team. Dr. Dave grew up outside of Philadelphia, in Cheltenham Township and received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology from Temple University. In addition to academics,…

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NORRISTOWN — A Philadelphia man is accused of multiple daytime residential burglaries and attempted burglaries in Montgomery, Delaware and Philadelphia counties, including one during which he allegedly performed a sex act in view of a 102-year-old woman.

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The moon is getting its share of headlines these days — from Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa’s recent invitation for eight members of the public to accompany him as his guest on Elon Musk’s 2023 SpaceX flight “dearMoon” to scientists’ recent talk of building a “lunar ark” (as in Noah’s…)…

WILLOW GROVE -- Thirty-five students from the Eastern Center for Arts and Technology won medals in skill areas or leadership at the SkillsUSA District Competitions held virtually throughout the month of February. First-place winners will represent EASTERN at the state-level competitions to b…

Southampton Story Strolls – The Southampton Free Library has two Story Strolls set up in Tamanend Park and Tyler State Park for all ages to enjoy. A Story Stroll separates a picture book into several different interactive stops and spreads them out along a nice walk for a socially distant activity.

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WEST NORRITON — When the Norristown Area School District board of directors appointed Christopher Jaramillo and Cynthia Wirth to fill vacancies  on the board this year, Wirth was in the unique position of bringing decades of teaching experience to meet the challenge.

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NORRISTOWN — A Plymouth Township man faces a trial on charges he illegally purchased guns for a multi-county gun trafficking network.

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NORRISTOWN — Recognizing National LGBT Health Awareness Week, local leaders issued a proclamation and unveiled the newly revamped Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services’ LGBTQ+ health and support website.

HORSHAM -- Hatboro-Horsham High School Choirs held their first Black History Month concert to celebrate American choral composers of color. The virtual event premiered live on March 12, at 7 p.m., and is available to watch on YouTube.