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Lansdale Code Committee OKs Hillcrest building plans, council could approve later this month

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Lansdale Code Committee OKs Hillcrest building plans, council could approve later this month

LANSDALE >> Plans for two new buildings at the Hillcrest Shopping Center in Lansdale continue to move ahead.

Lansdale’s Code Committee discussed and reviewed those plans last week, and borough council could grant preliminary approval later this month, committee Chairman Leon Angelichio reported.

New owner plans new life for Main Street Souderton building constructed in 1868

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New owner plans new life for Main Street Souderton building constructed in 1868

SOUDERTON >> When Dan Yocum tells people about the building on Main Street Souderton that he recently bought, they remember it from the time in the early 2000s when the front was painted bright yellow.

That’s only part of the history of the building at 144 N. Main St. that was constructed in 1868 and was one of the first buildings on Main Street Souderton, Yocum said.

Saxton: American Flat Track and Port Royal collaborating

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Saxton: American Flat Track and Port Royal collaborating

On September 9, race fans in Pennsylvania will get the rare opportunity to catch the world’s best dirt track racers – on two wheels and four – thanks to a collaborative effort between American Flat Track and Port Royal Speedway. With both events on the same day, the Harley-Davidson Williams Grove Half-Mile has changed to a day program to allow fans to experience American Flat Track before making the drive to the 50th Annual Arctic Cat All Star Tuscarora 50 at Port Royal Speedway.

Montgomery County conducting county-wide bicycling survey

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Montgomery County conducting county-wide bicycling survey

NORRISTOWN >> Montgomery County officials are peddling pedalling and want the public’s help in getting the word out.

The Montgomery County Planning Commission has released a survey to find out what residents think about bicycling for the county’s new bicycle mobility plan, Bike Montco.

The public is invited to share their current bicycling habits as well as suggest what types of programs and facilities will further bicycling in Montgomery County.

Ex-employee at Pennsburg thrift shop admits stealing from business

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Ex-employee at Pennsburg thrift shop admits stealing from business

NORRISTOWN >> A former employee of the Upper Perkiomen Community Thrift Shop in Pennsburg is on his way to prison for burglarizing the shop and stealing fur coats.

Nathaniel F. Schmitz, 26, of the 500 block of Main Street, Pennsburg, was sentenced in Montgomery County Court to one to five years in state prison after he pleaded guilty to a felony burglary charge in connection with the Oct.

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