Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Constellation NewEnergy Inc. to help courthouse reduce uses of water, electric and gas.
Every house could use ways to "go green," including a Courthouse. The Montgomery County Commissioners agreed, and recently voted to hire one local business to help make their "house" get more ecofriendly. Constellation NewEnergy Inc., based in Fort Washington, was awarded a contract recently via an unanimous vote, to help the Montgomery County Courthouse go green by reducing uses of water, electric and gas, according to a WFMZ post. The courthouse currently spends more than $600,000 per year on energy. "Ultimately, we will realize significant savings right away," said Commissioner Chairman Joshua Shapiro told WFMZ. "As time goes on, our dollar savings will grow as we pay off the project." For the full story on the new contract and changes…
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Nurtisystem's Jumpstart Your Weight Loss Kit can be purchased at the Harleysville and the Hatfield Walmart stores.
Fort Washington-based Nutrisystem, announced it will begin selling their 5-Day Nutrisystem Jumpstart Your Weight Loss Kit at 2,000 Walmart stores across the country. The kit, according to an article in the Herald Online, includes 15 entrees, five desserts, a meal planner and program guide. Locally the kits can be purchased at the Harleysville and Hatfield Walmart stores, according to the list on Nutrisystem's website.
Sunday, January 20, 2013
The Fort Washington School of Rock takes a trip back to a time of keyboards, drum machines and big hair.
The Fort Washington School of Rock went "Back to the 80s" on Friday night, treating those in attendance to music by Billy Idol, Journey, Madonna, and other prominent artists from the decade of big hair. Check out our gallery from the concert, and if you have photos of your own, feel free to add them. Did we catch you in our lens?
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
A Ford F-250 hit a First Student school bus carrying private school students Monday afternoon on Knapp Road
No students from a private school in Fort Washington were injured following a school bus accident on the 600 block of Knapp Road Monday afternoon. Lansdale Police said the parents of all students were notified of the accident by First Student. A 1993 Ford F-250, driven by Souderton resident David Pillay, 33, of Franklin Street, crossed into the eastbound lane of Knapp Road, striking the driver's side of the school bus, police said. The First Student school bus was negotiating a curve in the eastbound lane of Knapp Road when the truck, which was westbound toward the curve, continued straight and crossed into the other lane, police said. The corner of the the truck struck the school bus on the driver's side, police said. Pillay told police …