A ten-acre asbestos waste site in Ambler is the place where an apartment complex is set to be built.
Authorities in Montgomery County are turning to social media as they continue to investigate the death of an Ambler, Pa. woman whose body was found in a field in rural New Hanover Township, Pa. nearly two years ago.
The incident was reported shortly before 10 p.m. Friday in the 900 block of East Butler Pike.
Firefighters are on the scene of a house fire in Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County.
The fire started around 12:26 p.m. inside the house on Reiffs Mill Road in Ambler.
The issue of security is certainly in the forefront following Monday’s tragic events at the Boston Marathon.
SEPTA officials will be out at the Ambler train station this morning, handing out flyers and warning of the dangers of trespassing on railroad tracks.
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“We saw more flash flooding with Tropical Storm Lee,” said a Montgomery County official. “With Hurricane Irene we saw more widespread flooding and flash flooding throughout most of the eastern section of the county.”
The spark that’s expected to jumpstart the revitalization of the borough of Ambler will be coming soon in the form of a “green” office building that’s rising out of the site of an old asbestos plant.
SEPTA’s Richard Maloney says they are discontinuing the parking cards because of ongoing problems.