In The News
By Cindy Saine
The U.S. House of Representatives on Monday passed the Electrify Africa Act, after nearly two years of trying to get the measure through both chambers of Congress. It now goes to President Barack Obama for his signature.
Congressman Boyle gave a speech today in support of a Bill that integrates with/and supports the International Megan's Law. It is a law that aims to prevent child sex offenders and traffickers from exploiting vulnerable children when they cross an international border.
By Carl Rotenberg, The Times Herald
NORRISTOWN >> Sometime in early February. U.S. Rep. Brendan Boyle, D-13th Dist., will have a front-row office on Main Street in Norristown, the Montgomery County seat.
By Freda R. Savana, staff writer
Congressman Brendan Boyle, D-13, introduced legislation Monday to close a loophole that, he said, could help a foreign terrorist enter the U.S. with minimal screening.
By William Kenny
The Arbours at Eagle Pointe was envisioned as an “older adults” community from the first day its developers pitched their plans to the Somerton Civic Association about a decade ago. But 55 and older folks aren’t the only dominant demographic among the hundreds of inhabitants.
By Simon Carswell, Washington Correspondent
BY LAURA BENSHOFF
If you build it, they will come. At least, that's the idea behind SEPTA's first new train station in 18 years.
By Dan Sokil, The Reporter
The newest SEPTA station on its Regional Rail network is now open.
Local dignitaries marked the opening of the new 9th Street rail station on Monday morning with a ceremonial ribbon cutting, and spoke on the combined efforts of the borough, the Lansdale Parking Authority, and Stoltz Real Estate Partners that made the station a reality.
Washington, DC – Today, Representatives Nydia M. Velázquez (D-NY) and Brendan Boyle (D-PA) issued the following joint statement regarding the 2015 Fall Somos Conference, which they are attending in San Juan, Puerto Rico:
By Freda R. Savana, Staff writer