The State Attorney General’s Office, after the passage of State Act 53, can go after abuse cases at nursing homes and continuing care facilities.
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The debate continues throughout the state concerning the legalization of the recreational use of marijuana. Auditor General Eugene DePasquale recently announced the release of a report over then issue.
North Penn High School has a new principal. The School Board Thursday night promoted Assistant Principal Pete Nicholson Nicholson into the top spot.
It’s time again for the Clean and Green extravaganza at the Lansdale public library.
The Penn Foundation, based in Sellersville, is one of the staging points in fighting the opioid crisis.
A hotline for Pennsylvania residents seeking drug and alcohol treatment services is working.
Lansdale officials are one step closer to instituting a Human Relations Commission.
About two dozen veterans came out during a mobile outreach event in Fairview Village Wednesday to have their military discharge papers digitally scanned and saved for perpetuity by Montgomery County Recorder of Deeds Jeanne Sorg.
51 volunteer firefighters from two classes will graduate after completing training at the Montgomery County Fire Academy.
Local veterans have a place to turn when looking for help.
The North Penn School District appoints two new assistant superintendents.
Both of Pa’s U.S. Senators are critical of President Trump after he failed to address Russia’s hacking of U.S. elections.
Bucks County’s consumer champ Mike Bannon says it always a wise move to check your credit score at least once a year.
A Bucks County woman’s alleged actions in using three drugs has led to the death of her baby after bucks county authorities determined her breast milk contained various drugs, including methadone, amphetamine and methamphetamine.
The state is moving forward with its goals associated with of the Opioid Disaster Declaration, first announced by Governor Wolf in January.
David Baldinger, spokesman of the Pennsylvania Taxpayers Cyber Coalition, supports Pa. Senate Bill 76.
No surprises, that’s the bottom line of a financial report issued by Montgomery County officials.
Targeting aggressive drivers during the summer months across the Commonwealth is being carried through a partnership.