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The Ask the Superintendent event will be held at 10:30 a.m. in the Board Room.
Plummeting temperatures are causing hazardous road conditions.
Jurors from the Pittsburgh area will decide the fate of the fallen Philadelphia comedy icon, Bill Cosby.
Home repair schemes, snow plow operator scams and fraudulent disaster-related fundraising efforts are among the reported scams.
The LGBTQ issue-focused event will be held in April, the township announced.
Parking violations will be enforce starting at 4 p.m.
Restrictions have been put in place on I-476, as traffic is heavy in both directions - but especially northbound - near Lansdale: breaking.
Watch here: A diverse range of snow, sleet, and freezing rain hammered the Montgomery County area Tuesday morning.
A new poll is asking what the public thinks, and you can weigh in with your opinion.
See where they stack up among other schools statewide.
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The township is also under a snow emergency for Tuesday.
Park in driveways when possible and do not park in cul-de-sacs during the emergency.
PennDOT has announced it will temporarily reduce the speed limit on several highways due to the impending snowstorm.
With temperatures dropping rapidly, Montgomery County has extended their Code Blue Weather Emergency to the end of the week.
Teens will share how and why they use social media and discuss the latest trends at the porgram.
Lucky for you, we found Irish tuxedoes, shamrock string lights, clover candy and everything else a leprechaun could need for Friday.
At 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 14, The Lower Merion Human Relations Commission will host the first session in the new dialogue series.
Snow is coming Tuesday, so make sure you're in the know to stave off fines.