Springfield Township
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Larry Weaner is one of only six horticulturists in the country to be given a “Great American Gardeners Award.”  more
The transformation of the section of Bethlehem Pike in Flourtown from a four-lane roadway to a freshly paved three-lane street has elicited a range of reviews. more
For his Eagle Scout project, Charles "Chip" Amuso is overseeing the creation of 10 handmade quilts for residents of Keystone House. more
"We want to serve more NICU families during their difficult days," said Martha Sharkey. more
It is no secret that young people today (and lots of older people) are obsessed, and in some cases, even addicted to their phones. Then there is Asher Dahlgren, 16, of Wyndmoor. more
Springfield Township held its annual  “No Stigma, No Shame” day to support public awareness of substance use disorder and mental health challenges. more
The handwritten note on plain white paper attached with binder clips to the door of Lucky Dogz Doggie Day Care reads “Closed Until Further Notice.” more
During the March Board of Commissioners meeting, a ceremony led by Police Chief Michael E. Pitkow honored old and new leaders. more
Lisa Lyne Flynn, a full-time nurse, rock musician and small-business owner, has managed to squeeze yet another chapter into an already crowded life story. more
The money will be used to purchase 2.76 acres on Hawes Lane in Erdenheim. more
The annual organizational meeting of the Springfield Township board of commissioners was held on Jan. 2, with Jim Lee unanimously reelected as president. more
The Super Bowl is approaching, and we have an area resident competing for a championship. more
Firefighters were called to the residence, the center townhouse in a block of five townhouses in Stotesbury Estates, at 2:10 a.m. more
New and returning members of the board began their first meeting on Dec. 5 with a recognition of the new officers. more
The Board of Commissioners proposed a 5.1 percent increase in the 2024 budget at its Nov. 11 meeting. more
A federal court ruled that Springfield Township’s resolution banning the public display of the “thin blue line” flag by township employees is unconstitutional. more
A proposal would redesign the Springfield Township trail system, adding new routes and connecting neighborhoods over a span of 25 miles. more
This newspaper has profiled innumerable local artists over the years, most of whom always had a passion for art. Alice Lesnick took a different path. more
Alice Lesnick, who lives in Erdenheim, took a different path. She spent most of her life as an academic and did not begin painting until age 50. more
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