The current and former Pennsburg officials involved in a civil suit against the borough's fire company say they believe the organization should publicly acknowledge its failings as part of a settlement.
Attorney Adam Sager of Sager and Sager of Pottstown, on behalf of plaintiffs Diane Stevens, John Kevin and Charles Shagg, filed a writ of summons in Montgomery County Court in November seeking damages against the Pennsburg Fire Company and three of its members, Scott Seip, Brenda Koder and Cody Belmont, for revoking the trio's honorary lifetime memberships back in June 2013....
Frederick Ziegler, the Douglass Township supervisor already charged with stealing municipal property for his own personal use, has been rearrested on refiled charges of the unlawful use of a Montgomery County Court subpoena and attempted intimidation of a witness in the initial case against him.
Last Thursday, Zielger appeared before District Justice Maurice Saylor for an arraignment on four felony and two misdemeanor counts for forgery, as well as charges of unsworn falsification to authorities, tampering with public records and obstruction of administrative law....
A box, made of wood from the Antietam Bridge, was presented by Major William Holstein to Colonel William Schall. Schall and four of his sons fought in the Battle of Antietam during the Civil War.
There isn't many history buffs in Montgomery County who haven't scanned Theodore Bean's "1884 History of Montgomery County."
Bean's work on preserving the history of Montgomery County is usually one of the first resources sought by those seeking to learn about our county's past.
Nestled along the busy Route 202 corridor, known as DeKalb Street, in Norristown is the home of the Historical Society of Montgomery County. Founded in 1881, the organization's first president was Theodore Bean, and his dedication to the preservation of Montgomery County's history is still carried on by dedicated staff and volunteers within the walls of the well-kept brick building....