Friday Jun 14
Bruce Castor Joins Bryn Mawr Law Firm
Montgomery County Commissioner Bruce Castor has announced that he is leaving his position with Blue Bell law firm Elliott Greenleaf to join Rogers and Associates, LLC, of Bryn Mawr .
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Lansdale Man One of Five Injured in Three-Car Accident
A Lansdale man was one of five people injured in a three-car crash in Worcester Township June 4 at 9:23 a.m. on Township Line Road, police said.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Collegeville Man Charged with Drug Possession in Whitpain
A Collegeville man was charged, arrested, arraigned and later released on drug charges stemming from a May 20 arrest at 11:40 p.m. in the parking lot of Whitpain Tavern, police said.
New Senior Living Community Celebrates Groundbreaking
A new senior living community will open in Newtown Township in early 2014. The Birches, which is being managed by Heritage Senior Living, is currently under construction at Eagle and Durham roads in Newtown Township.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Whole Foods third anchor tenant at proposed Hamilton Crossings
Whole Foods will be the third anchor store at the proposed Hamilton Crossings shopping center in Lower Macungie Township, along with Costco and Target.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
The Sanatoga Post
Those Shades Hide Familiar Eyes
WHO'S THAT BEHIND THOSE FOSTER GRANTS? - It's none other than former Pottsgrove School District Superintendent Brad Landis, who was part of a foursome that played May 13 in the 14th annual Golf Classic at Blue Bell Country Club to raise funds for the education foundation of the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit.
Fri May 24, 2013
Culinary degree was 39 years in the making
Between her Easy-Bake Oven days and earning a culinary-arts degree came what Jackie Hill calls the "horrible" years.
Wed May 22, 2013
Annodyne Lent a Hand for a Worthwhile Cause
The event, held the afternoon of Wednesday, April 24, was headlined by a "lunch 'n' learn" session with Steven Conroy, education coordinator of the Montgomery County SPCA.
Tue May 21, 2013
MCCC to Graduate Largest Class in History for 12th Consecutive Year
Information courtesy of Montgomery County Community College With an increase of 38 percent over the last five years, the largest class in Montgomery County Community College history will graduate on May 23.