June 21, 2015
Summer is always ripe for cherry pie. But this year, I'm excited about the one that's pouring on draft: Cherry Pie, the cider. This wickedly good blush of sweet-tart dry cider comes from Stone & Key Cellars in Montgomeryville, the eight-month-old custom crush winery from the owners of Keystone Homebrew Supply that's also become one of the state's innovative new cideries. S&K's initial cider series ferments a blend of up to 17 apple varieties from Solebury Orchards to complete dryness followed by a variety of vivid finishes, including a funky wild yeast for "Untamed," or the oaky vanilla of brandy barrels.
November 3, 2013 |
A onetime Boscov's department store at Montgomery Mall opens Sunday as a brand-new Wegmans supermarket, a 126,000-square-foot freestanding grocery built from the demolished ruins of the old anchor in Montgomery County. Hordes of shoppers are expected to stroll through the supersize store in North Wales once doors open at 7 a.m., thanks partly to the Rochester, N.Y.-based company's slow pace of opening new locations: Only about three come on line each year, with far fewer in the Philadelphia area.
March 19, 2013 |
Wegmans Food Markets Inc. said it is taking applications for full-time jobs at its store scheduled to open in November on the grounds of Montgomeryville Mall. Of a total 600 jobs at the new store, 200 will be full-time, Wegmans said. The company will make 500 local hires in all, it said. Applicants for full-time positions may apply online at www.wegmans.com/careers , or call 877-934-6267, for more information. Part-time jobs will be filled at a later time, the store said.
August 17, 2012 |
The Pennsylvania Senate Judiciary Committee is set to hold a public hearing this morning in Montgomeryville on a House bill that would increase penalties for illegal possession of a firearm. The hearing is being hosted by State Sen. Stewart Greenleaf (R., Montgomery/Bucks) longtime chairman of the Judiciary Committee. Its purpose is to elicit comment from area citizens and law enforcement officials on the legislation. Scheduled speakers include the bill's sponsor State Rep. Todd Stephens, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams, Montgomery County First Assistant District Attorney Kevin R. Steele, and Mark H. Bergstrom, executive director of the Pennsylvania Commission of Sentencing.
March 12, 2012 |
Charles H. Taylor was having lunch at his Center City eatery with actress Julie Harris when a poignant moment intruded. The pianist on duty realized that Harris had starred in the film East of Eden with the troubled James Dean, who died in 1955, the year the film was released. "He shifted into the music from East of Eden , and she began to cry," Mr. Taylor told an Inquirer interviewer in 1988, suggesting that Harris was comfortable enough to show emotion with him. Though a small lunch place, Taylor's Country Store had its fans, even some marquee names.
November 16, 2007 |
They began as two unremarkable suburban moments. In Havertown, a mother with her 7-year-old daughter in tow was just trying to get home from work. In Montgomeryville, two women had just pulled up at a friend's house for a meeting. Then the ordinary turned terrifying. Carjackers stole both vehicles at gunpoint. In Havertown, the mother struggled with her attackers for the gun and, in the process, one man was shot before they got away with her Toyota FJ Cruiser. In Montgomeryville, the driver of the Range Rover did what she was told and just handed over the keys.
April 30, 2003
Rte. 202 lobby is too little, too late now It is with a wry smile that I begin to digest what promises to be an avalanche of dialogue on the proposed construction of Route 202 from Montgomeryville to Buckingham ("Group lobbies against Rte. 202 bypass plan," April 23). Where have these opponents been for the last 15 years as the small town charms (light traffic, easy parking in Doylestown Borough, plenty of open space, etc.) have disappeared in a massive influx of people to Central Bucks?
January 12, 2001 |
Moyco Technologies Inc., of Montgomeryville, plans to sell its dental-supply business for $17 million to American Securities Capital Partners, L.P., a New York-based private equity investment firm. Moyco Technologies said yesterday that it would focus on expanding its high-tech precision-abrasives business, which manufactures and distributes fine polishing materials for the fiber-optic, semiconductor, lapidary and automotive-parts industries. Fifty employees are based in Montgomeryville.
September 12, 2000 |
Harry E. Cover, 71, of Montgomeryville, a retired executive in the pension and benefits field, died Friday of cancer at the Alterra at Wynnewood personal-care facility in North Wales. He retired in 1996 as vice president of pension and profit-sharing operations for CoreStates Bank. He then served for two years as a consultant to the bank, which merged with First Union Corp. Mr. Cover resided in Gladwyne for 24 years before moving to Montgomeryville 12 years ago. A native of Canton, Ohio, he was reared in Pittsburgh and graduated from Dormont High School.
July 6, 2000 |
Ashok Soni laments when he sees one of his Hindu friends' children marry a Christian. He accepts religious beliefs outside of the traditionally flexible Hindu faith, but Soni said too many U.S.-born children of Indian families slip away from their religious roots and develop a nonchalant attitude toward their parents' homeland. So when he sat down with friends more than two years ago to create suburban Philadelphia's second Hindu temple, he had a definite objective: To continue South Asians' assimilation in Southeastern Pennsylvania while keeping culture and Hindu beliefs alive.