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Lansdale skate park designs unveiled; one is early favorite

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Lansdale skate park designs unveiled; one is early favorite

LANSDALE >> Three designs for the planned Lansdale skate park were presented to the public Thursday night, and so far one is a clear favorite of local skaters.

“I’m ready to skate on ‘A’ already. I can already envision it,” said skater Jon Murphy.

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Hatfield budget vote, talks on Walter property coming Dec. 20

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Hatfield budget vote, talks on Walter property coming Dec. 20

HATFIELD TWP. >> The last meeting of the year for the township commissioners could bring approval of the 2018 budget and a restart to talks on one of 2017’s hot issues.

Township officials announced at the board’s Dec. 6 meeting that the 2018 budget is all set for approval on Dec. 20, and that night will also bring new talks on a request to change the zoning of the Walter property on Cowpath Road.

SOLEBURY SLAYINGS: Cosmo Dinardo, Sean Kratz arraigned in Bucks County Court; plead not guilty to multiple charges of criminal homicide

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SOLEBURY SLAYINGS: Cosmo Dinardo, Sean Kratz arraigned in Bucks County Court; plead not guilty to multiple charges of criminal homicideDOYLESTOWN >> Cosmo Dinardo and Sean Kratz, charged in the July slayings of four young area men in Solebury Township, were arraigned on Dec. 14 before Bucks County President Judge Jeffrey L. Finley.

Montgomery County Commissioners pass budget, lament tragic fire

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Montgomery County Commissioners pass budget, lament tragic fire

NORRISTOWN >> The Montgomery County Commissioners approved the 2018 budget with no tax increases, but the acknowledgment of a tragic fire was the first order of business at Thursday’s commissioners’ meeting.

Before the meeting began in earnest, Chair Val Arkoosh called for a moment of silence to remember Bryan Lukens Jr.

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