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Hatfield Township investigate a burglary at a well known business. Police say, it happened at Lansdale Meats and Deli on the 1800 block of North Broad Street.
The Valley Forge Tourism and Convention Board hired a company, S.F.A to conduct a study on the economic impact of a sports complex in Montgomery County.
Former CNN anchor Frank Sesno says President Trump is using the term fake news as a distraction.
A Montgomery County company is under intense scrutiny from Federal officials concerning workers that the Willow Grove-based Asplundh Tree Co. hired.
Montgomery County Commissioner Chair Dr. Val Arkoosh says the state of the county is strong and the prognosis for its future is bright.
The Montgomery County District Attorney’s office and Towamencin Township Police have charged 34- year-old Luis Bonanno of Harleysville with two counts of aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of a child.
The head of the Climate Coalition says it is politics and not science driving the climate change bus.
Savings lives when fire erupts, that’s what Fairmount Fire Company Assistant Fire Chief Gavin Butler did last year.
Officer Joe Gary is the Police Officer of the year 2016 in the Lansdale Borough Police Department.
A Montgomery County Jury finds a defense attorney guilty of rape. 57 year old Vincent Cirillo Jr., a practicing lawyer in Montgomery County for several decades was convicted of raping a 22 year old woman who was his client.
Governor Wolf’s 32.3 billion dollar budget has received mixed reviews.
Pennsylvania Democrats recently gathered for their winter meeting. The major focus of discussion was why the party lost so many voters in the general election that led to a Trump administration.
A bill in the Pa. State House looks to enhance safety in public schools throughout the Pennsylvania.
A project to align Cowpath and Orvilla Roads in Hatfield Township is moving forward, but at a slow pace.
The Director of the Bucks County Department of Consumer Protection will tell you about how scammers will try to take advantage of any situation to separate you from your money and Valentine’s Day is no exception.
Lansdale Borough Police are investigating an electric scam. A local religious organization was called Sunday and told they didn’t pay their bill, but records showed they did pay their bill.
The budget process for the next school year is about to go into high gear in the Wissahickon School District.
- Bannon Offers Brochure on Home Improvement Contractors February 21, 2017
- Thief Enters Hatfield Business Through Roof February 21, 2017
- Bowman: Perfect Time For Sports Complex in Montco. February 17, 2017
- Sesno: President is Using Fake News For His Benefit February 17, 2017
- Montco. Company Accused of Hiring Undocumented Workers February 17, 2017