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Worst Valentine ever? Share your story to win

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Worst Valentine ever? Share your story to win

Valentine’s Day is when we go the extra distance to show the ones we love just how much they mean to us, but not every year is a winner.

This year, we want to know the worst Valentine’s gift you ever received, or for those bold enough to admit, gave? Maybe you just forgot the day all together? Well, we want to make it up for you.

North Penn High School is implementing a career apprenticeship program for students

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North Penn High School is implementing a career apprenticeship program for students

TOWAMENCIN >> Understanding that many college students change their major a few times before finding the perfect match, special education and math teacher Dominic Calamia partnered with career counselor Patrick Brett to develop a program that helps identify their career path of choice before getting to college.

Wes Carver Electric seeks families in need of smoke detectors

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Wes Carver Electric seeks families in need of smoke detectors

A Lansdale electric company is looking for five local families who need a free smoke detector.

Wes Carver Electric, a Lansdale-based full service electric company, is taking nominations through Feb. 10 for families in need, who are experiencing financial hardship, and who do not have smoke detectors in their home.

Souderton OKs conditional use for Souderton Charter School Collaborative to use neighboring property

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Souderton OKs conditional use for Souderton Charter School Collaborative to use neighboring property

SOUDERTON >> Souderton Charter School Collaborative can use a neighboring property as part of the school, Souderton Borough Council said at its Feb. 6 meeting.

The decision came following a conditional use hearing for the plan, which will combine the adjoining property at 117 Noble Street with the school’s existing site at 110/112 East Broad Street.

Regional Morning Briefing: Cracked trains, cracked budget and cracked Flyers

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Regional Morning Briefing: Cracked trains, cracked budget and cracked Flyers

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

WEATHER

Guess what? It’s going to be 60 degrees today. OK, so there’s snow in the forecast later in the week, but today’s going to be 60! Some rain, but 60 degrees.

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