Former Montgomery County D.A. Bruce Castor once promised Bill Cosby would not be prosecuted for the case involving Andrea Constand.
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Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale has released the results of an audit of the public school employees retirement system, which covered the period from July 1st 2013 to March 31st of this year.
A lack of new home construction and an improving economy is heating up the local housing market in Montgomery and Bucks Counties.
Bond ratings are an important facet to a government’s well-being.
A jury of seven men, five women and six alternates from Allegheny County are ready to hear Bill Cosby’s sex assault case in Montgomery County Court on June 5th.
A Perkiomen man, Charles Church, is being held after pleading guilty to possessing child pornography.
SEPTA General Manager Jeffery Kneupple, a recent guest on WNPV’s Comment Please By Univest, says the agency is working hard to maintain a high level of service that is required to meet the demand.
Jury selection in Bill Cosby’s sex assault case is moving closer to the 12 jurors that are needed, but not without some controversy that developed during the selection process Tuesday.
The process in day one of jury selection Monday in the Bill Cosby sex assault case in Pittsburgh moved at a rapid pace.
Another terror attack, this time in Manchester, England. A blast could be seen from several streets away from where the person detonated the bomb.
Federal regulators held an open house Monday night to present their take on the safety performance of the Limerick Nuclear Power Plant.
The Montgomery County Commissioners are talking up biking as an alternative means of transportation.
Bucks County’s Consumer Champ, Mike Bannon, is sending out a reminder about a parking ticket scam.
State Treasurer, Joe Torsella says fake notices are being sent out to notify residents in the state that the Commonwealth is holding money or other property that has their name on it, and they can get it for a charge.
Jury selection begins today in Pittsburgh in Bill Cosby’s sex assault case.
Montgomery County officials are urging veterans to record their discharge papers with the recorder of deeds.
The uncertainly in D.C. on a variety of issues continues, especially with Medicaid support.
It’s almost time for the return of the Lansdale Farmers Market.
- Castor Pulling For The Prosecution in Cosby Trial May 26, 2017
- Audit of Teachers Pension System Shows High Fee Structure May 26, 2017
- Local Housing Market is Heating Up May 25, 2017
- Montco. Receives Positive Financial Rating May 25, 2017
- Jurors and Alternates in Place For Cosby Sex Assault Case May 25, 2017