Orthodontics centre arrives in Lansdale

January 19, 2018 by  

Exeter Orthodontics is now open in Lansdale, where orthodontists will provide residents of Horsham, Hatfield, and Lansdale itself with Invisalign braces and aligners.

The dentistry is [Read more]

Applebee’s offers unexpected bargain

December 14, 2017 by  

Applebee’s is offering a bargain that people will find delicious and refreshing, as well as saving them some money: the restaurant is [Read more]

Lansdale wins environmental awards

November 27, 2017 by  

Six projects in Montgomery County recently won awards for environmental sustainability, including two in Lansdale.

Each of the [Read more]

New orthodontics office opens in Lansdale

October 25, 2017 by  

Exeter Orthodontics, which provides orthodontic care to people throughout Eastern Pennsylvania, has opened a new office in Lansdale. [Read more]

Oktoberfest on the way to Lansdale area

September 29, 2017 by  

The local version of Germany’s traditional fall festival will soon be held in Ambler, about seven miles from Lansdale.

This is the [Read more]

Lansdale plans Founders Day celebration

August 25, 2017 by  

Lansdale, Pennsylvania, is gearing up to celebrate Founders Day with a day full of family-friendly activities, culminating in a fireworks display. This year, the theme of the celebration [Read more]

Green and Clean event scheduled for Lansdale

July 13, 2017 by  

Once again, the Lansdale Public Library is holding its ‘Clean and Green Extravaganza’ to give residents of the community a convenient way to recycle their electronics.

In order to handle the [Read more]

Updated plans okayed for shopping center

June 26, 2017 by  

The Hillcrest Shopping Center in Lansdale plans to add two new buildings to the complex, and the plan is one step closer to fruition following preliminary approval from the city’s planning commission.

The vote came after the developer reworked the original parking and landscaping designs.

Engineer John Wichner and attorney Jim Garrity showed the updated site plan to the commission. The plans now include a grassy area along Main Street, and new islands that would be installed to divide the parking lots. The two lots are approximately 3,000 square feet apiece, and surround the proposed new buildings.

Perhaps the largest change is the proposed modification of the main entrance drive. At present, drivers can turn either right or left, or proceed straight ahead. The intersection has proven dangerous at times, and it has been proposed that an island be constructed in the center of the intersection, eliminating the option of going straight through. Although this would take up some parking spaces, the developer feels it will make the intersection safer.

Before any further designs are finalized, Wichner and Garrity would like to know who the tenants will be in the new buildings. They would rather make sure they have a chance to resolve any problems before trying to get anything approved.

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Parking garage opens in Lansdale

May 19, 2017 by  

Late in April, officials of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), along with community leaders, elected officials, and others, gathered to [Read more]

SEPTA garage in Lansdale to open soon

April 14, 2017 by  

One of the biggest projects ever undertaken in Lansdale is almost complete, according to an announcement from the city and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA).

The enlarged SEPTA parking garage, which is [Read more]

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