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Souderton Area Unified Sports teams help build bonds

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Souderton Area Unified Sports teams help build bonds

FRANCONIA >> Souderton Area High School 11th-grader Karly Ditlow says she has played a lot of basketball.

“I like shooting baskets,” she said.

Bocce was a new game for her, though, before she played it as part of the school’s Unified Sports bocce team, which just completed its first season with a third-place finish in its division in the state finals in Hershey Friday, March 24.

Two Montgomery Twp. officers promoted to corporal after recent retirements

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Two Montgomery Twp. officers promoted to corporal after recent retirements

Two of Montgomery Township’s finest now have new ranks, as the department prepares to move on without two of its senior officers.

Officers Lee Wagner and Thomas Ward were formally promoted Monday night to the rank of corporal, moves that come on the heels of the retirement of longtime Sgt. Daniel Mitchell and the upcoming retirement of Detective Sgt.

Accused Lansdale meth dealer waives hearing

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Accused Lansdale meth dealer waives hearing

LANSDALE >> A 35-year-old Hatfield man accused of dealing crystal meth in Lansdale is headed for trial after waiving his preliminary hearing in district court.

Paul Justin Brown, of the 1300 block of Deer Run Road – who was arrested in early March and charged with two counts of felony possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine, one count of felony criminal use of a cell phone, and three misdemeanor counts each of illegal drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia – appeared in Lansdale district court Monday and waived the hearing.

Montgomery County Community College students can live on Gwynedd Mercy University campus

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Montgomery County Community College students can live on Gwynedd Mercy University campus

LOWER GWYNEDD >> Montgomery County Community College students will have an opportunity to live in dorms at Gwynedd Mercy University under an agreement signed by the two educational institutions in December.

Though the agreement was effective immediately, MCCC students are not expected to move in at the Sumneytown Pike, Gwynedd Valley, campus, less than four miles from the community college on Route 202 in Blue Bell, until the fall 2017 semester.

Man faces prison for robbing bank patron in Cheltenham

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Man faces prison for robbing bank patron in Cheltenham

NORRISTOWN >> A Philadelphia man who robbed a bank patron outside a Cheltenham Township financial institution is on his way to state prison.

Donte Rasheen Peterson Stephens Jr., 28, of the 6600 block of North 21st Street, was sentenced in Montgomery County Court to two to four years in a state correctional facility after he pleaded guilty to a felony charge of robbery in connection with the 2:55 p.

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