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Peace Fair promotes area nonprofits

NOVA, A Woman’s Place and others were featured as guests enjoyed crafts, music and other activities

Bee’s Knees Week at Stella

Barr Hill is planting 10 square-acres of new bee habitat for every Bee’s Knees cocktail shared on social media through Oct. 2

Tackling her dreams

By Megan BadgerWire Managing EditorCaroline Pla grew up watching her older brother play football.So, when she was old enough, she decided she would try her hand...

Flower power

By John LoftusWire Staff WriterBrandon Huber has a tall plant with a purple flower whose fragrance is death itself. Fittingly, it’s called a “corpse plant,” and...

Experience local history with Charter Day activities

By Megan BadgerWire Managing EditorPennsylvania is rich in history.And each year on Charter Day, people can experience the region’s many historic sites for free.The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum...

Keeping score

By Megan BadgerWire Managing EditorWhen it comes to choosing a college, there are dozens of factors to consider.In an effort to simplify the process, the government...

One man’s mission

By Megan BadgerWire Managing EditorEach day, people deal with loss.But for children, it’s not easy to face tragedy without proper guidance.Dr. David Schonfeld has been providing that...

A cinema classic

By Melissa YerkovWire Executive EditorIt’s had many different names, has been owned by a variety of proprietors and underwent countless renovations. But even after 100...

Discrimination investigation focuses on school closure

By Megan BadgerWire Managing EditorThe Wissahickon School District is under fire for allegedly discriminating against its Hispanic population in Ambler. The U.S. Department of Education’s Office...

Star power

By Megan BadgerWire Managing EditorSince he was a young child, George Reagan has been fascinated with the sky.And he’s not alone.The Bucks-Mont Astronomical Association is a group of...

Green Dot scam continues to be a threat

By John LoftusWire Staff WriterScams never die. They just fade away for a while — but just a while.During the summer, the Midweek Wire reported con artists were targeting...

A solemn goodbye

By Megan BadgerWire Managing EditorIt’s the end of an era.After much deliberation between community members and school officials, Mattison Avenue Elementary School in Ambler will close its...
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