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It's all about the animals during Tractor Supply's month long event

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It's all about the animals during Tractor Supply's month long event

Brentwood, Tenn. >> Across the country, Tractor Supply Co. is dedicating the month of August to showing its appreciation for animals – and the people that care for them. During the month, the rural lifestyle retailer is hosting a variety of animal-focused events during its Out Here With Animals event, culminating in pet adoptions Aug.

Lansdale 'human relations' ordinance passes unanimously

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Lansdale 'human relations' ordinance passes unanimously

LANSDALE >> A human relations ordinance is now on the books in Lansdale Borough, and officials are now accepting applicants to serve on a new Human Relations Commission – but hope the group is never busy.

“I’m glad that we have taken this step. It’s unfortunate that we have to take this step,” said Councilman Leon Angelichio.

FDMT firefighters recognized for state qualifications

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FDMT firefighters recognized for state qualifications

MONTGOMERY TWP. >> Montgomery Township’s firefighters have earned a high honor.

Fire company members were recognized Monday night by the township supervisors, as the company has been recognized by the State Fire Commissioner for having 75 percent of its members certified under the state’s Professional Qualification Standards.

Jury acquits Horsham man of vehicular homicide in Upper Dublin crash

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Jury acquits Horsham man of vehicular homicide in Upper Dublin crash

NORRISTOWN >> The somber expression that a Horsham man wore throughout his trial didn’t change as a jury acquitted him of a charge of vehicular homicide in connection with a two-vehicle crash in Upper Dublin that killed a Glenside woman.

Erek Collier Cunningham, 49, of the 100 block of New Road, remained stone-faced after a Montgomery County jury of eight men and four women determined his speeding at the time of the crash was not the direct cause of the death of the second driver, 77-year-old Barbara Loeffler.