September 13, 2015 |
Certified nursing assistants, mental health technicians and emergency medical technicians at Eagleville Hospital voted Friday to be represented by a union, the Pennsylvania Association of Staff Nurses and Allied Professionals (PASNAP), the union said. Of the 90 eligible to vote, 62 voted in favor and nine voted against the union. The 308-bed nonprofit hospital treats patients with substance use disorders. Last month, nurses at the hospital, located near Audubon in Montgomery County, voted to be represented by PASNAP.
February 22, 2013
The long history of Chinese cooking in America has evolved toward the sweet and syrupy. By contrast, in India, where the fusion is known as "Indo-Chinese," the flavors that emerged over the last century from the Chinese community in eastern India have veered toward high-voltage spice and sour. Take my new favorite vegetarian dish, which is becoming more common in Philadelphia-area Indian restaurants: Gobi Manchurian. The cauliflower florets are crisped in a seasoned corn batter, then sauced in a mahogany slick that could be mistaken for General Tso's - until you take a bite.
February 22, 2013 |
Going for Gobi The long history of Chinese cooking in America has evolved toward the sweet and syrupy. By contrast, in India, where the fusion is known as "Indo-Chinese," the flavors that emerged over the last century from the Chinese community in eastern India have veered toward high-voltage spice and sour. Take my new favorite vegetarian dish, which is becoming more common in Philadelphia-area Indian restaurants: Gobi Manchurian. The cauliflower florets are crisped in a seasoned corn batter, then sauced in a mahogany slick that could be mistaken for General Tso's - until you take a bite.
January 12, 2011 |
A Georgetown University freshman from Montgomery County was hospitalized Monday after surviving a five-story fall on the Washington campus. Michelle Konkoly, 18, of Eagleville in Lower Providence Township, is a 2010 graduate of Methacton High School, where she was an all-state swimmer, said her father, Les. Georgetown spokeswoman Rachel Pugh said Michelle Konkoly accidentally fell from a fifth-floor window in Village C residence hall at 37th and...
March 7, 2008 |
The pictures look like Montgomery County's take on Reno 911: emergency operators clutching booze and sex toys while mugging for cameras at their computer terminals in the Eagleville dispatch center. Pictures of the racy Dec. 23 work party, reminiscent of the television police spoof, yesterday found their way from a MySpace posting into the hands of the Montgomery County commissioners, who fired a supervisor and denounced the judgment of all involved. "This behavior was unbelievably stupid," Commissioners Chairman James R. Matthews said, "and doing it in front of a camera multiplies the stupidity.
May 27, 2005 |
At the request of prison officials, the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office is investigating whether a contract extension was properly awarded in December and whether any prison employees benefited from it. Julio Algarin, acting warden at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in Eagleville, said he asked District Attorney Bruce L. Castor Jr. in April to open an investigation. Algarin said he wanted an independent third party to look into concerns raised by county commissioners about the county Prison Board's contract extension for Correctional Medical Care of Skippack.
May 11, 2004 |
At a shout, a dozen tiny bare feet fly upward toward black belt Lou Giamo in a martial-arts studio in Eagleville. "Right foot first. No, that's your left foot," Giamo tells 3- to 5-year-olds there to learn tae kwon do. "We have some left-and-right issues here," he privately concedes. But this summer, Giamo, 45, a master and instructor of tae kwon do - the art of fighting with foot and fist - swaps the local stage for the international. With three other trainers, he will fly to Mali to help that West African nation field a tae kwon do team sharp enough to qualify for the 2008 Olympics.
June 21, 2001 |
Students Against Violating the Earth, an organization run by Souderton Area High School 10th, 11th and 12th graders, will hold an open house Saturday, featuring an electric car and a house redesigned for environmental conservation. The car, a 1991 Volkswagon Jetta, has been modified so that it no longer requires fossil fuels to operate. The house gleans heat from the use of passive-solar technology - such as heat-storing tiles and masonry and south-facing windows - and uses recycled materials.
May 24, 2000 |
With a possible wrongful-death lawsuit in the works, the parents of a 2-year-old girl who died in foster care have filed dueling petitions seeking to appoint an administrator of her estate. Police say Markia Lockman was killed on April 13. Her foster mother was charged with her murder last week. Markia had been placed in the home by Concern Inc., a contractor for the Montgomery County Office of Children and Youth. Her father, Mark Lockman, of Norristown, has asked the Montgomery County Register of Wills to appoint him administrator of her estate.
September 10, 1999 |
The Montgomery County commissioners dedicated last night a new 250-bed wing at the county prison, the long-promised answer to overcrowding at the Eagleville facility. The addition will increase the prison's capacity to about 1,400, with room for still more growth. "The expansion of a prison is not a happy event," said Commissioner James W. Maza after touring the facility. He said county money was needed for education and children's programs but "public safety is the first order of government.