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Lansdale council to decide whether trash talk will continue

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Lansdale council to decide whether trash talk will continue

LANSDALE >> Talking trash in Lansdale will continue for at least two more weeks, but will the conversation continue past then?

That’s a decision borough council will be asked to make on June 21 – whether to seek a second set of bids for a potential single-trash hauler covering the entire town.

Second helping for local 'Chopped Junior' chef

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Second helping for local 'Chopped Junior' chef

Less than a year after winning the “Rattled” episode of Food Network’s “Chopped Junior,” a 10-year-old girl from West Rockhill is competitive cooking on TV again.

The twist is the 8 p.m. June 13 installment of “Chopped Junior: Champions” ups the ante by putting Lucy Chelton in the “Chopped” kitchen with other “Chopped Junior” winners.

Participants, attendees show support for Manna on Main Street at Villari's Self-Defense annual Kick-a-Thon

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Participants, attendees show support for Manna on Main Street at Villari's Self-Defense annual Kick-a-Thon

NEW BRITAIN >> Villari’s Self-Defense students gave new meaning to the term “legwork” with their efforts in the school’s annual Kick-a-Thon fundraiser for Manna on Main Street Saturday, June 3.

Planned by student leaders, about 75 students from the Chalfont and Harleysville studios were sponsored to do 500 kicks in the parking lot of the New Britain Village Square shopping center, where one of the studios is located.

Jury acquits Lansdale woman of knife assault

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Jury acquits Lansdale woman of knife assault

NORRISTOWN >> A 19-year-old Lansdale woman who was accused of stabbing three people, including her sister, with a kitchen knife during a fight at a party inside her home last fall has been acquitted by a jury, records indicate.

Rosalina Olomua, of the 600 block of North Cannon Avenue, was found not guilty of aggravated assault, simple assault, reckless endangerment and all other related offenses leveled against her in connection with the October incident after a trial presided over by Montgomery County Judge Gail Weilheimer, court records show.

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