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McDonald Elementary School in Warminster lives history

Fifth-graders at McDonald Elementary School in Warminster reenacted the Pilgrims' landing at Plymouth Rock earlier this week as part of a living history lesson. They lit the fires of an authentic 1600s cooking hearth, and cooked bannock cakes and Wampanoag corn chowder. They also learned how to chur

THEINTELL.COM - 2017-11-22 19:05:00

Warminster Police Part Of Roving DUI Patrol Wednesday

Roving DUI patrols are planned Wednesday night in Bucks County. Ten Bucks County Police Departments will be participating in the DUI patrol along the Street Road corridor, according to an announcement from the Bucks County District Attorney's office. Officers from Bensalem, Doylestown, Lower Southa

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Warminster supervisors approve preliminary budget with significant deficit

Warminster supervisors approved a 2018 preliminary budget last week with a large deficit they will try to work around in the coming years. Warminster's $27 million budget for 2018 has a $2.2 million deficit - the largest in recent history. Despite that, the Warminster supervisors are not planning to

THEINTELL.COM

Burned Body Reportedly Found On SEPTA Train, Expect Delays

A burned body was found on top of a SEPTA train in Philadelphia Friday morning. Police are investigating, and there are delays across the Regional Rail lines. SEPTA is calling the incident a "medical emergency and police activity," but a report by NBC10 indicates it was a burned body on top of the t

PATCH - 2017-11-24 13:26:59

Former Horsham Ambulance Corp. Captain Dies At 83

HORSHAM, PA - Charles E. McGrath, of Horsham, died Tuesday, Novomber 14. He was 83. Charles was the loving husband of Dorothy (Caldwell) McGrath, with whom he had shared 61 years of marriage. He graduated from Northeast High School in 1951. He served during the Korean War in the United States Army,

PATCH - 2017-11-24 15:56:58

Restaurant server also serves up investigations for D.A.

Jennifer Lauren Holtz has an interesting mix of jobs. By day she is an investigator for the Montgomery County District Attorney's office in Norristown, and at night she is a server at Spring House Tavern in Spring House. (Photo by Len Lear) by Len Lear My wife and I were having dinner with old frien

CHESTNUT HILL LOCAL - 2017-11-24 08:55:39

Early Black Friday shoppers scored big bargains

Suzette Parmley is the retail reporter. She began her career at the Inquirer after internships at the Los Angeles Times and Boston Globe. She has covered general assignment news on the city desk, Statehouse politics in Trenton, and the casino industry on the Business desk. Her career highlight was s

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER - 2017-11-24 11:35:00

Montco Community College Launches 'Music Technology Suite'

BLUE BELL, PA - Students of music have a unique new environment in which to hone their craft at Montgomery County Community College. The new Music Technology Suite is a cutting edge "live learning lab"featuring the latest in music and audio production technology. There is also state of the art vint

PATCH - 2017-11-24 15:07:56

NSHS Marching Band participates in Concord's Christmas Parade

Long and arduous hikes are a test of character and strength of will for most people. Now, imagine taking one of these long and arduous walks with several pounds of equipment in tight marching uniforms. Once you've done that, you have roughly an idea of how the North Stanly High School Marching Comet

STANLY NEWS & PRESS - 2017-11-23 19:00:00

Concord students send holiday wishes to troops with handcrafted cards

CONCORD, N.C. - As families enjoy Thanksgiving around the table together, many North Carolina soldiers will spend the holiday protecting America overseas in Afghanistan. Eyewitness News anchor Allison Latos found out that some Concord students are making sure our troops feel the love from everyone b

WSOC-TV - 2017-11-23 22:29:26

Dessert ingredient manufacturer expands in Concord

One of the leading manufacturers in specialty dessert ingredients worldwide will now have an even bigger operation in Cabarrus County. PreGel America will add 110,000 square feet to its Concord facility, investing $14.4 million in equipment and building expansion over the next four years. "PreGel is

INDEPENDENT TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 19:49:00

Concord police out in force to protect holiday shoppers

CONCORD- The Concord Police Department is preparing for the holiday shopping season with an enhanced presence in the city's retail locations. Citizens and shoppers can expect to see highly visible foot, bicycle, golf cart and marked vehicles patrols. The enhanced "Holiday Presence" will start this w

INDEPENDENT TRIBUNE

He was 'staring at me with my arm in his mouth,' saysConcord shark attack survivor

The 32-year-old Concord woman who lost her right arm in a June shark attack provided more horrific details during a Sunday visit to her hometown of Huntington, West Virginia. Tiffany Johnson and her husband, James, were snorkeling off Nassau in the Bahamas when she stopped to admire a coral reef. It

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Shoppers look for the best Black Friday bargains

Thousands of local shoppers are looking for the best bargains. They were out in force Friday morning at Concord Mills and other area malls and shopping centers. The general manager at Concord Mills told Channel 9 that he thinks there has been a better turn out this year than last year. Charlotte-Mec

WSOC-TV - 2017-11-24 11:17:59

Safety tips for shoppers ahead of Black Friday

CHARLOTTE (WCNC) - The shopping rush is on. From Concord Mills to South Park Mall, shoppers are hitting stores for those Black Friday deals. NBC Charlotte is looking at how you can stay safe as crowds battle for the best deals. Shoppers are hitting stores for Thanksgiving Day deals and then Black F

WCNC - 2017-11-23 23:14:56

Wrong-way driver crashes on I-485 near University City

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A wrong-way driver crashed on Interstate 485 Thursday morning, causing major traffic issues near University City. The crash happened shortly before noon on I-485 at Harrisburg Road. [RELATED: Troopers strive to keep NC travelers safe from wrong-way drivers] Traffic was down to one

WSOC-TV - 2017-11-23 18:15:11

Police in Tactical Gear Surround Newark Home

58 Submit a Complaint NBC10 Police in Delaware have surrounded a home following an incident involving officers near a popular shopping area. This is happening along Kirkwood Highway at Harmony Road in New Castle. Police have shut down Kirkwood Highway as part of the response and could be seen evac

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Newark band breathes new life into the blues

NEWARK, Del. - The blues will never die. While the iconic genre has a role to play in most every other major music genre out there today, the tried and true blues of yesteryear is now in the hands of three young men from Newark, Del., under the name of The Blues Reincarnation Project. The trio - con

CECIL DAILY

Countdown signs aimed at helping drivers find parking in Newark

The days of pulling into a Main Street parking lot and crossing your fingers that a space is available will soon be a thing of the past. This week, the city's parking division installed countdown signs at both entrances to Lot 1, behind the Main Street Galleria. The solar-powered signs provide a rea

NEWARK POST

Together in thanks: Newarkers gather for interfaith Thanksgiving service

More than 100 Newarkers from numerous religions gathered Tuesday evening to give thanks. St. Thomas's Episcopal Church hosted the annual interfaith Thanksgiving service, which each year rotates between different churches in the area. The interfaith service was first held in 1989 and became an annual

NEWARK POST