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Trial ordered in alleged Towamencin domestic assault

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Trial ordered in alleged Towamencin domestic assault

LANSDALE >> A 51-year-old Towamencin man accused of putting a knife to his wife’s throat and threatening to slice her during a domestic assault in early January has been ordered to stand trial on five criminal counts after a preliminary hearing in district court.

Vincent Michael Palombi, of the 1100 block of Welsh Road, appeared Jan.

Former Pennridge High student files lawsuit, alleging district did not stop racial, sexual harassment

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Former Pennridge High student files lawsuit, alleging district did not stop racial, sexual harassment

EAST ROCKHILL >> A federal lawsuit has been filed by a former Pennridge High School student, who, the suit says, “was subject to a sustained campaign of race- and sex-based harassment by classmates,” and that, “In the face of Plaintiff’s reports and appeals for assistance, school administrators did nothing, allowing the harassment to continue unabated in violation of her rights under federal and Pennsylvania law.

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.

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