Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Marino Tambourino, 35, is charged with felony aggravated assault and related offenses in connection with the beating of a Lansdale man at the Fireside Bar and Grill in March of 2012.
A jury trial has been scheduled for 35-year-old Marino Tambourino, of Ambler, who is accused of beating a Lansdale man at the Fireside Bar and Grill on Saint Patrick's Day in 2012. Tambourino, whose trial is set for April 22 at 9 a.m. at the Montgomery County Courthouse, is charged with felony aggravated assault, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and harassment, in connection with the incident. Police responded to the Fireside during the early hours of Sunday, March 18, 2012, for a report of an assault. Upon arrival, police discovered David Rogers, 30, of Lansdale, laying in a pool of blood on the kitchen floor of the establishment. Rogers told police that he was dancing near the kitchen doors of the bar when a white …
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Space agency works to debunk popular theory about Mayan calendar, 2012
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Rumors about the ancient Mayan calendar predicting the end of the world in December 2012 have floated around the Internet and in the media for years, even resulting in a blockbuster disaster film a few years ago. But NASA, the U.S. space agency, is full of really smart people who say that we can relax. It's a bunch of nonsense. Watch the video to learn more.
Monday, August 20, 2012
Check out photos from the four day event!
The annual Philadelphia Folk Fest -- which turned 51 this year -- came to a close on Sunday. This year's four-day event offered tons of great food, plenty of people hocking their wares, and saw performances from variety of musicians. Check out our photo gallery of the sights and people from this year's festivities.
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Patriots taking talents everywhere from Boston to New Orleans.
Seven Germantown Academy baseball players will be taking their talents to the next level this year as they head off to their respective colleges. Some players will elect to stay local, such as lefty pitcher Luke Reilly, who is heading to LaSalle, and infielder David Wolfson, who will attend Swathmore. Others are to traveling to far off places, like infielder Cameron Retif, who will head to Louisiana to attend the Loyola University of New Orleans. A full list inclues: Ryan Dolan, OF/INF, University of North Carolina, Wilmington Mike Fitzgerald, INF/RHP, Northeastern University Dan Hoy, INF, Princeton University Ryan Obrecht, C/OF, Franklin and Marshall College Luke Reilly, LHP, LaSalle University Cameron Retif, RHP/INF, Loyola University of…
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
The event will be held Saturday, September 29.
The time has come for another Upper Dublin Community Day, the biennial festival that aims to entertain residents throughout the township. The planning committee has selected Saturday, September 29th for the event, and sent the following information to Patch: Planning for Upper Dublin Community Day 2012 has begun, and the event will be bigger and better than ever. It is scheduled for Saturday, September 29 on the fields and street across from a completed new high school building. As in the past, there will be many free activities, games, and live entertainment. Of course, there will be lots of food at family-friendly prices. The very popular "Antiques on the Air" will return. The day will also include the ribbon cutting for the new High …
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Parents interested in enrolling their children in Kindergarten must make an appointment on one of the designated dates.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
The following information was sent to Upper Dublin Patch by the UDSD, and was posted as a service to our readers. To schedule an appointment for spring Kindergarten Registration, we ask parents to call your school office. The appointment will be approximately 20 minutes. During this time, our school secretary and nurse will work with you to complete the registration. It is not necessary for you to bring your child to registration, but you are certainly welcome to do so. The dates for this 2012’s Kindergarten Registration are listed below: After this date, please call central registration at 215-643-8971 T-F 8 am – 3 pm School Office numbers are as follows: Documents Necessary for Registration: Kindergarten Visitation in the Schools: You …
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Moody's backtracks and reissues 'negative' outlook on county's bond rating; incoming board may be legally unable to revisit 2012 budget.
The heads of Montgomery County's various departments queued up Tuesday before the county's Board of Commissioners to plead their respective budget cases as the county works to close a $44 million budget shortfall. The discussions took place as the county learned that Moody's Investor Service erred last week in calling the outlook on the county's Aaa bond rating "stable." Moody's retains a "negative" outlook for the county's ability to maintain its top-shelf creditworthiness. The pressure on the current board was ratcheted up further by county solicitor James Maza, who said state law may prevent the incoming Board of Commissioners from revisiting the budget in January, even if it wants to. Maza presented the commissioners with a written …
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Tax hike looms as axe hangs over county health department, community college funding
"We're not talking about cutting dessert here. We're talking about cutting meals." Those were the words of Montgomery County Financial Director James Maza, as he briefed the county commissioners on what would need to occur in order to overcome a $44 million budget shortfall going into next year. Joined by county CFO Randy Schaible and other finance department leaders, Maza presented the commissioners with ten possible options to help balance next year's budget, including the elimination of appropriation funding to the library, community college and mass transit, as well as the elimination of certain county departments including the parks and recreation deparment, the planning commission, the health department and courthouse security. "We …