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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf seeks $10M to combat opioid crisis

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf seeks M to combat opioid crisis

NORRISTOWN >> Governor Tom Wolf is calling on Pennsylvania legislators to allow $10 million in funding to combat the opioid crisis, even in the midst of a budget shortfall, in order to supply first responders with naloxone.

“What we’re doing here, what I hope the General Assembly allows us to do in the budget, this $10 million will help local responders all across Pennsylvania begin the process of helping people who suffer from substance abuse disorder,” Wolf said.

Police: Robbery charges for man in Hatfield supermarket incident

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Police: Robbery charges for man in Hatfield supermarket incident

HATFIELD TWP. >> A 26-year-old Towamencin man is behind bars and charged with robbery and other offenses for allegedly stealing items from a Hatfield Township supermarket and getting into a physical altercation with store employees who tried to stop him, according to police.

Erik Matthew Detwiler, of the 1100 block of Sumneytown Pike, has been charged with two counts of felony robbery, one count of misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, and several summary offenses, including disorderly conduct, retail theft, receiving stolen property and harassment, in connection with the alleged Jan.

Red Hill woman admits stealing from relative while power of attorney

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Red Hill woman admits stealing from relative while power of attorney

NORRISTOWN >> A Red Hill woman who stole an estimated $150,000 while acting as power of attorney for her brother, who has learning disabilities, potentially faces time behind bars for what prosecutors called her abuse of trust.

Carol Ann Kratzer, 67, of the 200 block of West Fourth Street, pleaded guilty in Montgomery County Court to charges of forgery and theft by deception in connection with thefts that occurred between 2009 and 2014 while she was the power of attorney for her younger brother who has learning disabilities.

State lawmaker calls for public hearings on Elcon’s plan for commercial hazardous waste treatment facility in Falls

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State lawmaker calls for public hearings on Elcon’s plan for commercial hazardous waste treatment facility in FallsYARDLEY >> State Rep. Perry Warren, D-31, is calling for public hearings on Elcon’s plans for a commercial hazardous waste and residual waste treatment and storage facility in Falls Township.

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