Friday Sep 12
Hatfield Man Turns Himself In on Crystal Meth Possession Charges
The Hatfield Township man charged with crystal meth possession, who was on the run from police, turned himself in to authorities Thursday. Valerio Reale, 46, of the 100 block of Colmar Avenue, was arraigned before District Judge Kenneth Deatelhauser of Souderton, who set bail at $10,000 cash, police said.
Effort underway to make Slinky Pennsylvania's official state toy
A Coopersburg-area man is trying to get the Pennsylvania Legislature to make the Slinky the official state toy. Those in the Pennsylvania Legislature, like Congress, probably aren't going to solve any big problems anytime soon so they might as well take up Bob Swain's cause.
Third Annual International Food Festival to Benefit Manna, Keystone Opportunity Center
St. Philip Orthodox Christian Church of Hilltown Township, is pleased to announce its Third Annual International Food Festival, which will take place on Friday, Sept. 19, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturday, Sept.
The Morning Call
Richard Bloomingdale: Recall lessons of history on Labor Day
Labor Day is our only holiday devoted to the working men and women of this great nation.
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.
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Labor Day is our only holiday that is devoted to the working men and women of this great nation.
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.