Council Rock Coalition for Healthy Youth’s “Drug Take Back Day” – April 30, 2016 Council Rock Coalition for Healthy Youth (CRCHY) has worked with municipal and county government and law enforcement to provide for responsible disposal of unused medicines in capsule and tablet forms. To build public awareness, specific “Take (more…)

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2016 Topic: “Compare and contrast how the non-main stream Presidential candidates are impacting the presidential electoral process positively and negatively.” Submission  DEADLINE: MARCH 31, 2016 Eligibility for Participation: Any Northampton Township resident who is scheduled to graduate from any accredited High School during the current academic year (usually May or (more…)

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Wendi Thomas, Jerold Grupp and Mike Thorwat are running in the 2105 General Election on November 3rd. Please vote for them in this key election. CR School District Regions, Candidates – Voting Locations for 2015 Elections: Region 4, Candidate; Thomas: Voting Districts 2, 6, 7 & 12 Region 5, Candidate; Grupp: (more…)

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Key Sessions Online Both Live & Archived Richboro, PA — Council Rock Administrators, following the leadership of two veteran School Directors, Wendi Thomas & Jerold Grupp, have implemented live Internet streaming of Board Committee Meetings (Facilities, Finance, & Academic Standards) on a routine basis at Chancellor Administrative Center. This enables (more…)

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What a great fundraiser for George Komelasky and Eileen Silver for Northampton Township Supervisors hosted by Northampton GOP Chairman Dave Breidinger on August 21, 2015. Enjoy the photos and video slideshow that Pete Palestina put on Animoto to some music. (more…)

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DEADLINE: 4/15/2015 NORTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES GOVERNMENT & CITIZENSHIP $1000 SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION 2015 Essay Topic – “Should President Obama’s proposal to make community college tuition-free become law? Why or why not? “ Northampton Township Republican Committee “Excellence in Government & Citizenship” Application & Contest Rules: Eligibility for Participation: Any (more…)

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In the United States, Labor Day, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of their country. So much has changed in the last (more…)

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My parents were both blue-collar, union workers who lived their entire years in Philadelphia.  My Dad faithfully paid his monthly dues for thirty-seven years and worked every chance of overtime to put my brother and me through a Catholic education and eventually through college. On Election Day, after he retired (more…)

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There are very simple reasons that I am a Republican. I believe in living my life ruled by common sense, which means I respect the law of the land and I do my best to be kind, generous and fair in my dealings with all people. I grew up in Chicago (more…)

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Why Ray is a Republican When I was a child, my entire Irish-American family was Democrat. It was unconscionable to even consider anything else. After all, I was born and raised in working class Boston, Mass. I became a Republican in adulthood and found that it actually can make a (more…)

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Municipal Park (Hatboro Rd) 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The Northampton Township Board of Supervisors and the Township Veterans Advisory Committee have announced that Northampton Township will hold a Flag Disposal Ceremony on Flag Day, Thursday, June 14th at the Northampton Township Municipal Park located off Hatboro Rd, Churchville from (more…)

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The Laws of the United States state: “ When the flag is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, it should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning.” The Northampton Township Supervisors and the Township Veterans Advisory Committee are pleased to announce (more…)

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