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Police & Fire, Schools, Awareness
A man suffered a head injury after a 30-feet fall from a tree and was flown by PennSTAR to a downtown hospital.
Norristown Area High School was one of six Montgomery County high schools to compete in the annual county Conservation District’s Envirothon.
The third-annual event helps bring Norristown-area youth a brighter future to their doorsteps.
The third-annual college fair, hosted by Montgomery County Community College and Greater Norristown Police Athletic League, will have nearly 40 attending colleges.
While the MCCC Mustangs mascot may still be looking for a name, it certainly found its place in the college’s school community.
Youth dance members from the Audubon YMCA STRONG program shared center court with Montgomery County Community College Student Dance Ensemble at the college's home-opening men's basketball game.
Skyview Upper Elementary students read original takes on some timeless classics at the Lower Providence Community Library.
Police & Fire, Schools, Volunteers in the News, Love It
Lower Providence Police Department invited the students to help collect non-perishable food items for the 17th-annual Lt. Patty Simons Law Enforcement Food Drive.
Methacton Area School District is paying legal counsel $150 per hour to consult in investigation of alleged liaison between superintendent and curriculum director.
Local Connections, Back to School
Part of the proceeds from the third-annual Mother of Divine Providence’s carnival will provide financial support to the new regional school.
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