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Western Career Center Eyes Wider Student Market

Montgomery County's Western Career Center looks to enroll 9th- and 10th-graders

Dog Licenses Now Sold Through County Treasurer

Dog licenses must be purchased or renewed for your pet by

Santa Comforts Limerick Detective’s Neighbors

Children who witnessed the terrifying fire that destroyed the home of

Ahead For Medical Marijuana In PA: Another Chance

State senators who this year pushed for Pennsylvania's legalization of marijuana

Route 422 Traffic Demand A Topic Next Week

U.S. Route 422 would be less congested with fewer vehicles on

Area Scholars’ Activities Reported by Colleges

Royersford, Trappe and Schwenksville residents have been honored for their academic

Run, Run Rudolph!, Saturday In Linfield

Limerick Township's 2014 edition of the untimed 2-mile Rudolph Run begins

Limerick Rings In New Year For Children

Its parks and recreation department is planning a "Noon Year's Eve"

Former Limerick Banker Promoted To AVP

Erin Cohen, former manager of the Limerick branch office of Ambler

S-FASD School Board Chooses New President

Mark Dehnert was selected Monday as the new president of the

Jingle As You Jog Saturday In Collegeville

Off they go, just before Santa arrives! The holidays can make

Spring-Ford High Café Plans Opening Today

It turns the South Lewis Road high school media center into

No Tax Increase For Limerick’s 2015 Budget

Supervisors have avoided a tax increase by transferring money from savings

In Royersford, Saying Thanks 50 Times Over

What's 11 turkeys wide, 6 turkeys high, and is a way

In King Of Prussia, More Than Malls Are Growing

The biggest local shopping news is that the King of Prussia