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Farm Show milkshakes to help raise funds at Penn State football games

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Farm Show milkshakes to help raise funds at Penn State football gamesThe American Dairy Association North East and Pennsylvania Dairymen’s Association announced Tuesday they have entered into a sponsorship agreement with Penn State Football to promote a partnership with Feeding Pennsylvania called Fill a Glass with Hope, a charitable campaign that…

Montgomery Township seeks funds for Cutler development improvements

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Montgomery Township seeks funds for Cutler development improvements

MONTGOMERY TWP. >> Township officials have approved a step that could help guarantee public improvements are done in a local development.

The township supervisors voted unanimously Monday night to call two letters of credit, an action Township Manager Larry Gregan said helps cover the township’s bases.

SHOW YOUR PRIDE: Lower Makefield to celebrate community pride with fun, food and fireworks on Labor Day weekend

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SHOW YOUR PRIDE: Lower Makefield to celebrate community pride with fun, food and fireworks on Labor Day weekendLOWER MAKEFIELD >> The township invites the public to celebrate community pride during a free Labor Day weekend event on Sunday, Sept. 3 beginning at Noon at the township’s community park, 1050 Edgewood Road (between the pool and Edgewood Elementary…

New Hanover woman admits conspiring in burglaries

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New Hanover woman admits conspiring in burglaries

NORRISTOWN >> A New Hanover woman will be under court supervision for several years after she admitted to conspiring with a man who committed a string of residential break-ins in central Montgomery County.

Emily Ann Gallagher, 24, of the 500 block of Swamp Picnic Road, was sentenced in county court to 50 days already served to 23 months in the county jail and 24 hours of community service after she pleaded guilty to a felony charge of conspiracy to commit burglary in connection with incidents that occurred between February and March 2016.

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