BUCKS COUNTY COURTHOUSE >> A Lansdale man was sentenced to four to eight years in state prison after pleading guilty June 19 to charges including aggravated assault by vehicle while driving under the influence in connection with a 2017 crash in Perkasie that seriously injured the driver of the other vehicle, the Bucks County District Attorney’s office said in a release.
Towamencin Township officials are taking steps to tackle another traffic problem; the sudden, and at times dangerous, merge on Allentown Road just past Thorndale Drive.
“The concern is that some vehicles in the outside lane speed through the intersection, and have to again, quickly, transition into the through lane,” said traffic engineer Ken O’Brien.
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Pennsylvania awaits decision in Supreme Court forced union dues caseThe U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule in the next week on a case that seeks to end the practice of states forcing public employees to pay fees to unions they don’t want to join.
LANSDALE >> A familiar face has rejoined Lansdale Borough Council.
Bill Henning was chosen by borough council on Wednesday night to fill a vacant seat from Ward 1, and said he hopes his experience from nearly a decade ago will help him hit the ground running.
“I think it was definitely a point in my direction, for filling in for a short term now.