Wednesday Aug 27
Elizabeth J. Munro
She was born Jan. 10, 1928, in Camden, N.J., daughter of the late Herbert and Dorothy Voegel.
ABINGTON With travel ramping up for Labor Day and children heading back to school, the Abington and Lower Moreland Police Departments say they are conducting a week of aggressive-driving enforcement.
Bernice Metz, 83, teacher
Bernice L. Metz, 83, of Abington, a teacher who became a sculptor after suffering an aneurysm, died Saturday, Aug. 16, of aspiration pneumonia at Sunrise of Abington.
Hoeffel: 'They're still trying to con us'
Joseph M. Hoeffel, a Democrat and former congressman from Abington, has returned to the spotlight in recent weeks with a media tour promoting his new book about the lead-up to the Iraq War.
Pa. prosecutors charge 4 in 'grandparent scam'
The Pennsylvania attorney general's office has charged four people for their roles in telephone scams that allegedly took money from elderly victims who believed their grandchildren were in trouble.
Abington launches red-light camera program
Two years after the Pennsylvania legislature allowed red-light camera systems to expand beyond Philadelphia, Abington is the only suburb to install one.
Red Light Cameras Begin Operation In Abington Township
At midnight Friday, red light cameras click on at three of the town's busiest, and, according to police, most dangerous intersections.