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May 7, 2018

A new non-partisan commission will investigate how to better secure voting machines, voter registration, and other elements of Pennsylvania's electoral system.

The independent commission will be led by David Hickton, a former U.S. district attorney and founding director...

Visions for the future were at the forefront of the Feb. 1 Montgomery County Commissioners’ meeting, as a status update on the Montco 2040 comprehensive plan and bid approvals for renovations to One Montgomery Plaza were presented.

Montco 2040, as its name implies, is a...

Federal, state and local officials broke ground Thursday on the third phase of the Lafayette Street extension project, considered the largest local infrastructure project in the Pennsylvania.

Phase 3 will reconstruct Lafayette Street between Barbadoes and Ford streets,...

Formed in 2010, The League of 1789 — a bipartisan and unincorporated group under the auspice of The Pennsylvania Society (PA Society) — set out to honor the efforts of an earlier generation that formed a new nation (America) and its connection between the Commonwealth...

Before you see Ken Lawrence running for office, you will spot him at the Norristown Farm Park, Schuylkill River Trail or a local 5K.

In January, the judges of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas appointed Lawrence to fill the Montgomery County commissioner’s sea...

In January, the judges of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas appointed Plymouth Meeting’s Ken Lawrence Jr. to fill the commissioner seat left vacant by recently elected attorney general Josh Shapiro. Previously, Lawrence was vice president for alumni relations...

The Montgomery County Board of Commissioners is back to full strength as its newest member, Kenneth Lawrence Jr., was sworn in Wednesday at the Montgomery County Courthouse.

“My sole motivation in serving this position is to make sure Montgomery County continues to be a...

January 24, 2017

Montgomery County, Pennsylvania’s new commissioner has deep ties to the Philadelphia region.

The Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas unanimously picked Ken Lawrence Jr. to fill the vacancy on the three-member board of commissioners left vacant when Josh Shapiro beca...

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