A perfect day for a party on the Parkway
Under near-perfect skies, tens of thousands of music-lovers flocked to the Ben Franklin Parkway Saturday for the first of two days of concerts at the Budweiser Made in America festival.
Saturday Aug 30
Rain and Trains at 4th Annual Lansdale Founders Day
Editor's Note: Due to technical glitches, we were unable to publish photos from the Aug. 23 Lansdale Founders Day event in a timely manner.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Security Systems News
Tyco Fire brings three new sprinkler valves to American market
LANSDALE, Pa.-Tyco Fire Protection Products introduced three new valves in the American market this summer for use in commercial and industrial fire sprinkler systems.
Lansdale Man Admits He Held Up Pharmacies: Reports
A Lansdale man who was arrested this week for robbing a pharmacy in Upper Dublin has admitted he committed similar robberies in the area, including in Lansdale and Warminster, according to reports.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Two Found With Pot, Ecstasy at Borough Park, Police Say
Lansdale Borough police arrested two people at Hancock Street Park last week after they were found with marijuana and Ecstasy, according to the Reporter.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
New Designer Drug Found in Montgomery County
A Montgomery County man is behind bars after an investigation revealed he was allegedly dealing an LSD-like synthetic hallucinogen that local authorities encountered for the first time in our area earlier this year.
Police Have 'Strong Suspect' in Lansdale Pharmacy Hold Up
A man arrested Tuesday for robbing an Upper Dublin pharmacy may be the same man who robbed a Lansdale Walgreens in June, according to The Reporter.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Download a oeForgetting Yesterdaya by Philly rockers The Sixties
Lansdale, PA, trio The Sixties are "unapologetically hard rock, aggressive and anthemic," says The Key's John Vettese.
Crash Blocks Northeast Extension
The crash blocked lanes along the southbound lanes of the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike near mile-maker 27 -- past the Lansdale Exit --around 5:45 a.m. NBC10 First Alert Traffic reporter Jillian Mele reported that the crash block both lanes of traffic causing a two-mile backup.
Hatfield Man Killed, Passenger Injured in Monday Morning Crash
A Hatfield Township man is dead and his passenger in critical condition after an early Monday morning crash on the 1600 block of Broad Street in Hatfield Township that sheared the car in two.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Traffic Modifications for Founders Day Begin at Noon
Certain streets in Lansdale Borough will be closed throughout Saturday for accommodation of Founders Day events, according to borough communications.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Free Pools, Free Parking, Fireworks at Saturday's Lansdale Founders Day
Those who say there's nothing to do in Lansdale should be sure to visit the borough Saturday and eat their words.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
User-Activated Pedestrian Crossing Now in Effect at Susquehanna and Main in Lansdale
A new pedestrian crossing which has come about as a result of Lansdale's Wood-Vine Connector Route is now in effect at West Main Street and Susquehanna Avenue.
New 9th Street Train Station in Lansdale Considered With SEPTA Parking Garage Next Summer
It begins at South Broad Street near the Hatfield Township border and spans about two blocks before it dead ends at a barrier, right past Shaw Avenue.
Lansdale Borough Looking into Rezoning of Old American Olean Tile Property
The 116-acre Stoltz tract at the end of Cannon Avenue at West Eighth Street in Lansdale which also borders Moyer Road and Schweiker Park may be headed for a zoning change in the near future that would bring mixed-use, higher-density development to the parcel.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
New Color Scheme Chosen for $2M NPWA Lansdale Water Tower Paint Job
Survey says a white tower, with a dark blue stripe with the Lansdale Borough logo and slogan in white should be the new color scheme for North Penn Water Authority's Lansdale water tower repainting next year.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
The Morning Call
Nazareth natives brew a coffee business
"A lot of people don't realize that coffee varies based on where you get it from," says the resident of Lansdale, Montgomery County.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Redistricting May Be An Option in Face of Growing Classroom Sizes at North Penn
What's a school district to do when its elementary school with the largest enrollment is bursting at the seams? At this juncture, nothing drastic districtwide.
Traffic Backs Up for Miles Along NE Ext.
A backup spread for more than seven miles along the southbound lanes of the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike due to a crash approaching the Mid-County Exit in Montgomery County aroun 7:20 a.m. With the morning rush in full effect and construction in the area, the backup, however, was severe as traffic snarled all the way back past ... (more)
Fri Aug 08, 2014
An unexplained surge in beauty-salon sanctions
The Pennsylvania Board of Cosmetology, which licenses hair and nail salons and aestheticians, issued 32 sanctions in July -- two to three times more than in a usual month.