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1 hr ago | The Sanatoga Post
A 22-year-old North Coventry Township resident was arrested Sunday shortly before 1 p.m. by Lower Pottsgrove police on charges stemming from an incident that was said to have occurred at Ringing Rocks Park, 1880 N. Keim St .
5 hrs ago | CBS Local
The future stars of Broadway could be performing on stage at the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope for the next ten days.
Battling the flames and billowing black smoke, Deborah Feairheller fought her way into the Caln Township home.
Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. So you know how you convince yourself you're not really violating your diet by eating that piece of birthday cake by having a salad for lunch? Now imagine that the "salad" is the annual state budget and the "cake" is tens of millions of dollars tucked into a piece of legislation into a piece of budget-related ... (more)
Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey is calling on Congress to avoid the equivalent of a government shut down of federally funded highway projects.
A woman who was driving during the height of a strong storm in Montgomery County Sunday night had to be rescued from high water.
The company has already filed notices with the Pennsylvania Department of Labor which says the jobs are being cut in North Wales and Lansdale.
A meeting was held today in Montgomery County to discuss ways to lower the unemployment rate of recent military veterans.
A 22-year-old Norritown man is dead after he allegedly tried to break into a home in Montgomery County around 1 a.m. Monday.
Turn Here, Slow There. Traffic Flow Controls Coming A years-old project that would allow PennDOT and local municipalities to control the flow of traffic across 66 intersections, including eight in Lower Pottsgrove, is moving ahead.
A new commission empanelled by the Pennsylvania legislature to redraw the state's formula to fund basic education has held its first meeting.
The Oklahoma tornado stirs up memories of a twister that struck our area nearly 20 years ago.
About 13,000 disabled Pennsylvanians are earning an average of $2.40 an hour in a legal use of subminimum wages.
The legacy of the late Hatfield Township Police Officer William Chapman lives on in the efforts and intellect of four high school seniors.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 06:23 am
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