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Written by Larry Roeder, Editor
September 23, 2016

            The Pennsylvania State Police have issued a report of a missing

17-year-old juvenile from the Upper Perkiomen area.

            According to the report, her name is Ashley Maureen Mchale.  She is white female, 5'' 6", weighs 110 pounds, has blonde hair and blue eyes.

            She was last seen leaving her residence in Red Hill on September 21.  She was wearing a blue sweatshirt carrying a pinks sports bag.

            If anyone knows the location of, or has seen her, contact the state police at 610-548-1250.

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Written by Bradley Schlegel Staff Reporter
September 21, 2016

                Local residents rallied behind the Upper Perk Police District at Monday night's town hall meeting, criticizing a decision by East Greenville officials to withdraw from the region's joint police commission. However, those same officials were conspicuously absent from the meeting, hosted by state Sen. Bob Mensch (R-24th District) and state Rep. Justin Simmons (R-131st District).

                Several speakers at the meeting objected to the method by which East Greenville's elected officials voted to terminate the contract that establishes the commission with Pennsburg. The Sept. 6 vote followed an hour-long executive session and the issue was not included on the public meeting agenda.

                The borough will withdraw from the commission at 12:01 a.m. March 6, 2017....



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