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Judge hears taped phone calls of ex-Gwynedd-Mercy Academy employee accused of molesting teen

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Judge hears taped phone calls of ex-Gwynedd-Mercy Academy employee accused of molesting teen

NORRISTOWN >> Prosecutors played for a judge recorded conversations in which they claim a former information technology employee at Gwynedd-Mercy Academy made incriminating remarks about his alleged inappropriate contact with a 13-year-old girl.

“He told her to delete text messages off her phone,” Upper Gwynedd Detective Sgt.

Ex-ROTC instructor at North Penn High School admits to sex with student

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Ex-ROTC instructor at North Penn High School admits to sex with student

NORRISTOWN >> A former North Penn High School ROTC instructor has admitted to having sexual contact with a female student.

Mark Alan Miller, 46, of the first block of Brittany Lane, Glenmoore, Chester County, pleaded guilty in Montgomery County Court to a felony charge of institutional sexual assault, sexual contact with student, in connection with incidents that occurred between November and December 2016.

ON STAGE: Norristown's Centre Theater hosts 1880 Theatricals' production of ''night Mother'

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ON STAGE: Norristown's Centre Theater hosts 1880 Theatricals' production of ''night Mother'

It won the Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama in 1983, but in the more than 30 years since it debuted, “‘night Mother” has not seen a ton of performances across the United States. That is because the subject of Marsha Norman’s powerful script is a very difficult one to process. It is about a grown daughter who informs her mother that she plans to take her own life that evening.

Medical marijuana dispensary Keystone Shops CMO optimistic about future of cannabis treatments

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Medical marijuana dispensary Keystone Shops CMO optimistic about future of cannabis treatments

ARDMORE >> Prescribing medical marijuana for pain relief rather than opioids may be a way to help fight the opioid addiction crisis.

Dr. Louis van de Beek, chief medical officer with Keystone Shops, which is gearing up to open three medical marijuana dispensaries including one in Devon, one in King of Prussia and one in Upper Darby, is bullish on the benefits of medical marijuana.