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Alleged Armed Robbers Arrested, Prince Settles Lawsuit Top Local News

The re-opening of Fetters Mill Bridge, Hall of Fame inductions and Addic Treasures hosting a fundraiser also make headlines.

Just in case you missed a day at Patch, which can happen but shouldn't (sign up for our free newsletters), here's a look at the top headlines around our area this week:

Pair Accused of Holding Women and Children at Gunpoint
Two men entered a Lower Moreland home with a gun looking for a safe in May of 2012; police are now charging two men with that crime.

Fetters Mill Bridge Will Re-Open with Temporary Fix Within Two Weeks
Montgomery County officials made the announcement they will use a temporary fix to open up Fetters Mill Bridge in Lower Moreland.

Music Icon Prince Settles Lawsuit with Huntingdon Valley Company
Revelations Perfume and Cosmetics was seeking $100,000 in damages after Prince reneged on a deal to promote their products.

Damaged Cemetery Sign Still Standing Four Months Later
The Forest Hills Cemetery sign has been an eyesore in the township for the last handful of months.

Addic Treasures to Host Fundraiser for Suicide Prevention
The accessory shop on Huntingdon Pike will host a fundraiser in honor of a former Lower Moreland graduate who tragically took his life.

Hall of Fame Inductees to be Honored at Banquet Friday
Nancy Deibert, Dr. Jennifer Cohen Kogan, Tejas Nerurka, Katie Walder, Jennie Yoo will be honored at a dinner at Philmont Country Club.

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