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Madison lot closed, fences up for construction on Lansdale apartments

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Madison lot closed, fences up for construction on Lansdale apartments

LANSDALE >> Construction fences have now gone up for work on one of the biggest projects in Lansdale, and a timeline for completion has been announced.

Developer Equus Capital Partners announced Wednesday that construction has begun on a series of apartment buildings atop the borough’s Madison parking lot, which the company is aiming to open late next year.

Sheriff rounds up Montgomery County child support scofflaws

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Sheriff rounds up Montgomery County child support scofflaws

NORRISTOWN >> Nine people got unwanted wake-up calls early Wednesday from Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies knocking at their doors searching for those who allegedly owed back child support.

A team of deputies, including a K-9 unit, took eight men and one woman into custody during an overnight sweep of parents who allegedly failed to pay child support or did not show up for domestic relations hearings and who collectively owed $74,255 in child support arrearages for 10 children, according to county Sheriff Sean P.

Op-Ed: We all have a responsibility to stop harassment

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Op-Ed: We all have a responsibility to stop harassment

The first time it happened, I was 13, a few weeks shy of my 14 birthday, the birthday that would enable me to get working papers.

I was, as was common, working under the table at a souvenir shop in Atlantic City. There was shortage in the cash register. The boss wanted to talk to me about it in the back.

ELECTION 2017: Baker, Mast vie for Salford supervisor seat

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ELECTION 2017: Baker, Mast vie for Salford supervisor seat

SALFORD >> This year’s election ballot has two candidates vying for a six-year term on the Salford Township Board of Supervisors and one candidate with no competition on the ballot for a four-year term.

James Mast is the Democratic party candidate for the six-year term. John Baker, the Republican candidate for the six-year term, is an incumbent appointed earlier this year after Nathan Yothers resigned from the board.

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