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PPL Electric rebuilding transmission lines between West Rockhill, Elroy & Hatfield substations

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PPL Electric rebuilding transmission lines between West Rockhill, Elroy & Hatfield substations

FRANCONIA >> Work to replace 8.4 miles of electric transmission lines and the poles holding those wires in West Rockhill, Franconia and Hatfield is expected to begin in November, PPL Electric Utilities said at a Jan. 26 open house, held at Franconia Heritage Banquet & Conference Center, to discuss the project.

Montgomery County Community College woven art project designed to inspire students

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Montgomery County Community College woven art project designed to inspire students

BLUE BELL >> For the past three hours, Patrick Rodgers has been standing about 30 feet off the ground inside a bucket lift slowly stringing strands of translucent orange monofilament fishing line diagonally down to his colleague, Steve Wanna, standing on a ladder about 70 feet away.

The two men, along with their colleague Dianne Zotter-Mill, assistant professor of art, have slowly been weaving a spiral harp- shaped web across the foyer inside College Hall on Montgomery County Community College’s Central Campus as part of a new contextual art piece designed to make students think about the world around them.

Philadelphia area lawmakers criticize Trump's refugee and immigrant ban

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Philadelphia area lawmakers criticize Trump's refugee and immigrant ban

Area lawmakers on both sides of the aisle criticized President Donald Trump’s temporary ban on refugees and immigrants, calling the move confusing, harmful, counterproductive and the wrong way to prevent terrorism.

Trump’s executive order, issued Friday, temporarily banned refugees and immigrants from seven middle eastern countries, identified by the Trump and Obama administrations as terrorist safe havens, from entering into the country.

WATCH: Chester County woman wins 'Jeopardy!' after betting everything

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WATCH: Chester County woman wins 'Jeopardy!' after betting everything

It all came down to Final Jeopardy.

Lisa Schlitt, of Berwyn, was losing Friday when Alex Trebek read her answer aloud. Thankfully, the microbiologist who works for the New Jersey Department of Health went all in, betting all of the $13,800 she had acquired during her night on “Jeopardy!”

Schlitt gasped in surprise, whispering, “Yeah” with excitement when Trebek said maybe the most satisfying words a game show contestant can hear, “.

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