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Written by Bradley Schlegel, Staff Writer
June 13, 2019

Police asking for the public's help

 

            The Upper Perk police are investigating the report of two burglaries this week on Railroad Street in Pennsburg. According to Chief Joe Adam Jr., someone broke into Pennsburg Auto Body and Mayer Motors in the early morning hours of June 10. Law enforcement officials continue searching for four potential suspects identified by security cameras, according to the chief.

            The actors initially caused substantial interior damage to Pennsburg Auto Body, located at 408 Railroad Street, after breaking in around 2 a.m., according to Adam. He said they vandalized the office, workspace and a classic Ford Mustang.

            Then, they ransacked the office at the used car lot at 407 Railroad Street, according to the chief. He said it is unknown if anything was taken.

            The incidents are currently being investigated by the Upper Perk police and the state police. Adam requested that anyone in the area willing to turn over video surveillance should contact the local authorities at (215) 679-8203.

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Written by Esther Mack, Correspondent
June 12, 2019

            Upper Perkiomen High School's Class of 2019 was the first class to graduate in outside ceremonies this century. The stage was set in the football stadium as 198 students reached an important milestone in their lives and got ready to embark into the future.

            The home-side bleachers were packed with enthusiastic family and friends patiently waiting for their loved ones to walk out on the turf as a class one last time.

            There were three student speakers during graduation: Valedictorian Dylan Reil, Salutatorian Mary Camuso, and Senior Class President Jackson Gray. Each had the opportunity to share some final words of wisdom to their fellow classmates, along with extending gratitude to the faculty and family that has supported them during these last four years of their lives.

            As Dylan Reil encouraged his class to "follow your dreams relentlessly, because the only one stopping you is yourself", it began a theme of resilience. This theme would continue to surface in the other student speeches, thus creating a ...



June 06, 2019

 

SELECT HERE to view video coverage of WWII Veteran and Marlborough Township resident Stanley Friday receiving the French Legion of honour on Thursday morning from French President Emmanuel Macron at the Normandy Beach ceremony.

 

 

 

 

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