Lower Gwynedd Pa.
Ronald Goldberg was sentenced to at least two months in prison, four months on house arrest, and three years of probation for having inappropriate contact with two female students between 2003 and 2009.
The first two months will be behind bars, the next four he will spend on house arrest.
A Merck spokeswoman says the layoffs will take effect between December 23rd and January 5th at its West Point facility.
Matthews, a former Montgomery County commissioner, spent a year on probation after agreeing to enter a probationary program for first-time offenders without admitting any guilt.
The move will leave vacant the company’s 130-acre campus on Norristown Road.
Prosecutors say that on June 22nd, at the RiverCrest Golf Club in Upper Providence, nearly $9,000 in wedding gifts were stolen from a reception area at the club.
The defendant underwent a detention hearing at the Montgomery County Juvenile Detention Center following his arrest. He was released but remains on electronic monitoring.
Many residents of Montgomery County, Pa., are still without power, and for them, life is far from normal.
Marwan Hawes was convicted in May of four counts of burglary and related charges for breaking into homes in Lower Gwynedd, Springfield, Cheltenham, and Lower Merion.
It’s called “I Like The Pike,” and it’s a multi-pronged program designed to showcase the properties along Bethlehem Pike between Norristown Road and Dager Road that are available for redevelopment.
Dr. Harris Newman waived his preliminary hearing and was held for trial on charges that include prescribing controlled substances in bad faith and delivery of a controlled substance.