Montgomery County State Rep. Kate Harper weighs in on the trouble in Charlottesville, Virginia and how it could have been prevented.
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The Montgomery County D.A.’s office announces the arrests of a Glenside man and his son.
An alcohol generated crash, which injured a five year old boy, leads to a prison term for the boy’s 36 year old father.
A Lansdale official is taking a stand against those that instigated the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Saving now for your children’s higher education may be the only way for them to avoid serious debt, like many colleges students and graduates who are now struggling with debt. The State Treasurers Office continues to encourage families to invest in the Pennsylvania 529 Plan, a college savings plan. Deputy State Treasurer, Jack Stollsteimer was […]
State senator Daylin Leach crafts a resolution condemning white supremacists.
A 40 year old former teacher at Springfield Township Middle School is sentenced 6 to 12 years in prison for sexually assaulting two teenage girls who were his students.
Los Angeles based attorney Angela Agrusa is following in the footsteps of Philly attorney Brian McMonagle.
Pennsylvania’s 32 billion dollar State Budget still awaits action from the House after the Senate sent it a revenue package, which includes consumer tax hikes on home gas delivery, electric, cell phones and landlines.
The President and CEO of The United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, Jim Cawley is leaving the non-profit for a position at Temple University.
A Sellersville man is sentenced to a term in prison for sexually assaulting a 15 year old girl.
Lansdale officials are moving ahead with safety improvements on a building the Borough owns downtown.
There’s more fallout for President Trump from the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend.
Five people were injured in a two vehicle crash just before one Sunday afternoon in Hilltown Township.
A Hatfield Township man accused of selling Fentanyl in a controlled purchase by the Towamencin Township Police Department, will face trial after waiving his preliminary hearing.
Longtime retail watcher, chuck Tatelbaum says, the ongoing struggle in the retail industry has happened at a rapid pace over last several years.
Kristen Feden, a member of the prosecution team in Bill Cosby’s first trial, has accepted a civil litigation position at a Philadelphia law firm. Feden’s last day is August 15th. Feden, according to District Attorney Kevin Steele, will remain on the case as a special prosecutor when Cosby’s second trial begins on November 6th. Cosby’s […]
The Partnership TMA recently announced its 10th location for its free bike share program.
- State Rep. says Groups Like the KKK Thrive on Publicity August 17, 2017
- Father, Son Accused of Possessing and Sharing Child Porn August 17, 2017
- Man Sentenced For DUI Crash That Severely Injured His Son August 17, 2017
- Lansdale Council Member Condemns White Supremacists August 17, 2017
- State Treasury Dept. Urges Parents to Use Pa529 Plan August 16, 2017