Saint Andrew School Class of 2017 in Newtown earns an all-time-high of more than million in scholarshipsNEWTOWN >> Saint Andrew Catholic School in Newtown has announced that its Class of 2016-17 has earned $1,244,624.50 in scholarships. An all-time high amount for the school, 31 students have won 61 scholarships to 12 different schools. And the scholarships…
District judges face contested racesIn addition to the race for the state’s appellate court judges, local magisterial district judge seats in Cumberland County are also for grabs.
With summer rapidly approaching, Towamencin officials are preparing for roadwork season.
The township’s supervisors voted Wednesday to award the annual road repair contract to Worcester-based contractor Allan A. Myers Inc., a contract township Manager Rob Ford said should lead to four freshly paved roads this summer.
The following local races in the North Penn area are uncontested, so candidates will appear on voters’ primary ballots on May 16, and on general election ballots on Nov. 7:
Borough council: Democrat Jason Ferguson; Republicans John Kroesser, Lawrence G. Stevens, John H.
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