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PLCB accepting bids for expired liquor licenses

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PLCB accepting bids for expired liquor licenses

Harrisburg >> The fifth round of bidding is underway for expired restaurant liquor licenses in Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Tuesday issued an invitation to bid in the latest auction for the expired licenses.

The latest auction includes 30 expired licenses – one each in 30 Pennsylvania counties including Montgomery, Berks and Delaware.

Morning Briefing: Police chief calls for guns in schools; pipeline construction back on

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Morning Briefing: Police chief calls for guns in schools; pipeline construction back on

Good Morning. Here are some of the top stories from around the region.

WEATHER

One more day of short sleeves until we get back to winter. Expect the high to be in the mid 70s today with enough sunshine to enjoy the day.

CLICK HERE to check your local forecast.

Sgt. Steve Gillen recognized as Upper Gwynedd's Officer of the Year

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Sgt. Steve Gillen recognized as Upper Gwynedd's Officer of the Year

One of Upper Gwynedd’s finest can now call himself the finest – at least for 2017.

Police Sgt. Steve Gillen was recognized by area lawmakers Tuesday night as the township’s Officer of the Year, and State Reps. Kate Harper and Todd Stephens presented a proclamation from the Pennsylvania Legislature.

Upper Gwynedd mission statement ready for public input

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Upper Gwynedd mission statement ready for public input

UPPER GWYNEDD >> Township staff has developed a first draft of a proposed mission statement for Upper Gwynedd, and officials want feedback from the public.

Township Commissioner Liz McNaney and Parks and Recreation Director Alex Kaker read their first draft of a mission statement during the board’s workshop Tuesday night.

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