MONTGOMERY TWP >> Nearly 200 members and guests joined the PennSuburban Chamber of Commerce of Greater Montgomery County in recognizing local businesses and community members who have made outstanding contributions and accomplishments within the community during the organization’s annual dinner and awards celebration at Pinecrest Country Club in Montgomery Township Wednesday, Oct.
LOWER SALFORD >> The Lower Salford police are seeking the public’s help in identifying two men who allegedly stole more than $700 worth of merchandise from the Harleysville Walmart Sunday, Oct. 22, according to a post on the department’s Facebook page.
Anyone who has information on the identify of the two men or who knows the location of the vehicle is asked to contact the police at 215-256-9500 or message the department via Facebook.
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A neighborhood of Towamencin residents took shots at township officials Wednesday night, after recent requests from township staff to remove the basketball hoops they’ve had on their sidewalks and curbs for years.
“Those basketball nets are not cheap, and you have no facilities for us to go to,” said Michelle Corman of Candlewood Way.
Ballot question could lead to lower property taxes but increases elsewhereA referendum on the Nov. 7 ballot represents a first step toward property tax reform, but the ballot question doesn’t address replacement funding.