Kenya opposition claims election system hacked, rejects early resultsKenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga is disputing early results in the country’s presidential election that put his long-standing rival, incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta, ahead.
TOWAMENCIN >> Township police have good news and bad news for Towamencin residents who would like to see loud truck brakes restricted on Sumneytown Pike.
The good news is that restrictions are possible, but the bad news is that PennDOT will only allow signs on a much smaller footprint than township officials were hoping, Police Chief Tim Dickinson said Wednesday.
NORTH WALES >> A new rule is now on the books that could allow North Wales officials do some spring, or summer or fall, cleaning.
“We’re not reinventing the wheel, we’re just adopting the procedure the state has already,” said Borough Manager Christine Hart.
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LANSDALE >> A 24-year-old Romanian man is headed to trial for allegedly breaking into a Lansdale woman’s residence while she was sleeping upstairs and stealing four bottles of vodka from her freezer.
Clad in a blue prison jumpsuit, Silviu-Vasile Florian – who has been residing on the 400 block of North Chestnut Street – was led by detectives into District Judge Edward Levine’s courtroom, where, accompanied by his public defender, Florian stipulated to a probable cause affidavit in connection with the reported July 23 incident.
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