Blue Bell, Spring House among the ‘Best Suburbs in Philadelphia’

Two Wissahickon School District communities make the cut

Free period products coming to some Pa. schools thanks to $3M budget commitment

Gov. Josh Shapiro signed off on a $3 million grant program to provide free period products to Pennsylvania schools. Many …

Dunkin’ of Greater Philadelphia’s 15th Annual Scholarship Program Awards $100,000 to Regional Students

Ambler student one of Dunkin’s 20 recipients of a $5,000 academic scholarship

North Montco Technical Career Center announces new leadership appointments

All three new appointments went into effect July 1.

Upper Dublin ZHB to discuss school district's Transportation Facility July 30

The district's much-contested bus depot is seeking variances before land development

Upper Dublin School District's Capital Reserve explained

Many ask why taxes increase when there is a surplus

MCCC announces Dean’s and Dean’s Commendation lists

Local students commended for academic efforts

Lower Gwynedd Township residents voice concern over Wissahickon Middle School noise

Residents say an air-conditioning unit causes sawmill-like sounds

Wissahickon Freshman Jayna Patel to join Whitpain’s Park and Open Space Board

Jayna Patel will become a non-voting student member on the Park and Open Space Board, effective Sept. 1, after an …

Ambler Borough agrees to lease renewal with Head Start program

A new lease for the coming 2024-25 school year was drafted, as the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit wishes to keep …

Bus-arm cameras approved for use in Ambler, Wissahickon School District

Wissahickon School District and Ambler Police entered into an agreement with Bus Patrol America LLC to increase the safety measures …

Policy weighs locking up Pennsylvania students’ cell phones

A new plan moving through the state Senate would disconnect students from their cell phones during school years – literally.

MCCC Municipal Police Academy celebrates 24 graduating cadets

Seven cadets were hired or received conditional offers upon completion of the program.

Montgomery County Community College’s recent graduates are filling workforce needs in high-priority careers

In May, MCCC graduated 1,345 students with the vast majority receiving degrees in high-priority occupation areas.

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