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Incredibly, New Jersey does not publish the multimillion-dollar fees it pays to the private investment contractors it hires to manage billions in state pension funds - unlike Pennsylvania and other states, which list those charges in annual reports and post the data online.
Many heard the sirens. Some residents reported the odor of a fire. But shortly after 7:30 p.m. on Saturday night, LP TAP reported that several first responders were called to the scene of Hildebidle Drive, a Collegeville road located in Lower Providence Township.
Ben Scholl, of Scholl Orchards in Bethlehem, arranges gourds during "Weyerbacher Wednesdays" at the Easton Farmers Market.
The outdoorsman Gov. Tom Corbett paddled his way into Pottstown recently, navigating a kayak from Union Township in Berks to Riverfront Park.
The PECO Energy Company has received hundreds of calls Saturday from residents in Delaware and Montgomery counties about a gas odor in the area.
PECO crews are trying to locate the source of a gas odor that has been widely reported throughout Delaware and Montgomery counties.
A former supermarket employee was arrested in Radnor Township Friday for allegedly "upskirting" - using a cell phone to surreptitiously video unsuspecting women - in another grocery store.
Lebanon architect Harvey T. Hauer created this artist's sketch of the Lebanon Academy, which stood at the corner of 10th and Willows streets for many years.
No doubt, this election cycle is shaping up to be a hot one. We've got an exciting governor's race that is noted nationally as one to watch.
The residents in and around Methacton School District have been repeatedly told of the growing student population.
DUI task forces, state troopers, and local police departments - including several in Montgomery County - will conduct sobriety checkpoints and roving patrols as part of a Labor Day holiday effort to reduce alcohol-and drug-related crashes, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation reported Wednesday .
Neither funeral nor service arrangements have yet to be finalized, the Lower Providence Township Police Department recently released the name of the victim in the Wednesday afternoon shooting on the property of the township and police administration building at 100 Parklane Drive.
Township Looks Again At Parks' Drainage Problems Lower Pottsgrove's Parks and Recreation Board and engineer Bursich Associates are looking for solutions to storm water drainage problems at the township's two largest and most used parks.
Montgomery County, Pa. has auctioned off some properties owned by tax deadbeats in an effort to get those houses into the hands of new owners and back on the tax rolls.
In many school districts, disparate systems don't allow educators and administrators to connect their abundance of data in ways that offer educators meaningful insights for on-the-spot decision making.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 07:05 am
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