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The state has approved a matching $25,000 grant earmarked for the repair of Hatboro's 200-year-old clock tower.
A $2,500 Library Services and Technology Act grant helped The Union Library of Hatboro purchase items for its pre-school room.
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Police & Fire
Terrance Malik Anderson is facing charges for allegedly attempting to sell heroin during a foiled drug deal in Hatboro.
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The owner of Old World Sausage Factory is renovating the former Second Fiddle consignment store at 37 S. York Road in Hatboro.
A Hatboro official told Patch that the owner of the building that formerly housed Maine Star Coffee failed to comply with several agreed upon issues.
Manja Pizza, which opened at the south end of Hatboro last year, has closed up shop.
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