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More approvals in works for Lansdale Third and Walnut apartment building

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More approvals in works for Lansdale Third and Walnut apartment building

LANSDALE >> A project meant to change the look of a block in Lansdale could take another large step ahead soon.

Plans for an apartment building on the corner of Third and Walnut streets are coming before borough council for conditional use approval, which could pave the way for a council vote next month.

Heaven's Treasures Nov. 11 grand openings in Montgomery County feature cash prizes, shopping sprees

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Heaven's Treasures Nov. 11 grand openings in Montgomery County feature cash prizes, shopping sprees

NORRISTOWN >> Heaven’s Treasures Thrift & Value Stores founder and CEO James Jones is hoping most folks agree that the chain’s grand opening on Nov. 11 will be a bit more “heavenly” than most.

The event, featuring cash and shopping spree prizes and a $2,000 vacation getaway, will be celebrated at three locations, in Norristown, Montgomeryville and Feasterville, and comes five months after Heaven’s Treasures took over the regional nonprofit thrift store chain Impact Thrift Stores Inc.

Ex-official of Pennsburg school convicted of improper contact with student

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Ex-official of Pennsburg school convicted of improper contact with student

NORRISTOWN >> The former director of communications for a private school in Pennsburg has been convicted of charges he had inappropriate social media communications with a 15-year-old boy at the school.

Edwin Desean Stubbs, 26, most recently of Newark N.J., was convicted in Montgomery County Court of charges of unlawful contact with a minor, criminal use of a communication facility and corruption of a minor in connection with incidents that occurred between March and May 2016 while he was director of communications for The Perkiomen School, a private college preparatory high school in Pennsburg.