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Bangor Public Library a 'good fit' for newly retired librarian
With 28 years as a community college librarian behind her, the newly retired Diane Lovelace moved to Bangor and looked to reduce her workload and land a part-time job.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Lansdale Welcomes Christmas With Tree Lighting
As Tuba Force played its last tunes on the stage in Railroad Plaza, the sound of a Fairmount Fire Co.
Snow Emergency Signage May Be Eliminated on Edgemont Avenue
Lansdale Councilman-elect Leon Angelichio's front yard on Edgemont Avenue looks like a used car lot in the winter on days when the weather forces Lansdale Borough to call a snow emergency.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Girl Punches Boyfriend in State Police Lobby: Cops
A 21-year old Lansdale woman allegedly punched a Norristown man in the face in the lobby of the Pennsylvania State Police Barracks in Skippack Township, according to a police report.
Hatfield Teen: 'I Was Fired From Domino's for Being Deaf'
A Hatfield teen, who volunteers as a firefighter at Hatfield Fire Co., and his mother claim he was fired from his job at Domino's on West Main Street in Lansdale because he is deaf in both ears.
Lansdale Christmas Tree Lighting, TubaChristmas, 'Buck It' Brigade and More This Weekend
LANSDALE CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING Lansdale Borough holds its Christmas tree lighting at Railroad Plaza Friday at 6 p.m. Santa Claus arrives around 6:30 p.m. to light up the tree.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Karaoke, Bake Sale, Discounted Items Saturday at The Archive
The Archive Books and Collectibles on West Second Street in Lansdale is promoting a holiday extravaganza event on Saturday.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Christmas Tree Lightings, TubaChristmas, Light Up Lansdale 5K Highlight Week Ahead
Lansdale Borough holds its Christmas tree lighting at Railroad Plaza Friday at 6 p.m. Santa Claus arrives around 6:30 p.m. to light up the tree.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Lansdale's Light Show on Perkiomen Avenue
On Nov. 28, the evening of Thanksgiving, something bright and familiar returned to the 300 block of Perkiomen Avenue in Lansdale.
Think Small: Local Businesses You Should Know
Patch and American Express are celebrating local small businesses and the people who own and operate them - the heartbeat of our communities - for Small Business Saturday.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
H.O.G. Run, Free Hot Breakfast, Almost Queen and More This Weekend
VALLEY FORGE H.O.G. RUN FOR TOYS FOR TOTS About 100 motorcycle riders of the Harley Owners' Group will rumble into Century Plaza in Lansdale at noon Sunday to present donated toys to the Marines for the Toys for Tots program.
Menorah Lighting, 'La Boheme' and More
Lansdale residents Alan Gold and Ellen Price-Malloy host the Menorah lighting in Railroad Plaza at 6 p.m. There will be music by The Horns of Hanukkah.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
The former chairman of Montgomery County's Republican Party has been arrested on charges that he drugged a 51-year-old female employee from his law firm last month then raped her when she was unconscious, prosecutors said.
Ex-Montco GOP boss charged with rape
Robert J. Kerns, who resigned as chairman of the Montgomery County Republican Committee amid what sources say was a sexual assault investigation, has been arrested, officials said Tuesday.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Towamencin Man Who Admitted Killing Infant Son Wants Lesser Sentence
A Towamencin man who murdered his 3-month-old son by bashing his head against a sink and throwing him against a wall can't handle his 15- to 30-year prison sentence and his public defender has asked the Pennsylvania Superior Court for a reduced sentence, per The Intelligencer .
Landsdale Firefighter Proposes To Girlfriend At Parade
The hundreds in the crowd at Saturday's 63rd annual Lansdale Mardi Gras Parade witnessed a special surprise when a local firefighter proposed to his longtime girlfriend.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Lansdale Menorah Lighting, 'La Boheme' at NPHS Highlight Week Ahead
Lansdale residents Alan Gold and Ellen Price-Malloy host the Menorah lighting in Railroad Plaza at 6 p.m. Wednesday North Penn Community Education's Cultural Cinema Series presents "Giacomo Puccini's 'La Boheme' at North Penn High School Wednesday night at 7 The Employment Seekers Support Group is the place to share experiences while gaining ... (more)
Suspicious Package, Perkasie Brawl Top Local News
SUSPICIOUS PACKAGE TURNED OUT TO BE SECURITY SENSORS A suspicious package that forced the evacuation of Airport Square turned out to be security sensors.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Lansdale Cemetery Gets New Life Under Lansdale Borough
The former board of directors of Lansdale Cemetery are dying off, and funds coming in to maintain the cemetery at Whites Road and South Broad Street are low.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Lansdale Proposes No Tax Increase in 2014 Budget
Lansdale Borough Council is poised next month to approve a $31.7 million balanced budget with no real estate tax increase, keeping the millage rate in the borough at 3.5 mills.