Lansdale Borough Council is on board with The Night Out Against Crime.
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A jogger who was out for a leisurely run last August narrowly missed being stabbed with a large knife.
44 year old Daniel Stoltzfus, who admitted to gifting his nine daughters is sentenced 3 ½ to 7 years in prison.
Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale responds to the Pa. Turnpike Commission’s decision to raise tolls by 6 percent.
A preliminary hearing will be held for cousins, Cosmo DiNardo and Sean Kratz, both 20 years old, on September 7th at the Bucks County Courthouse in connection with the murders of four Bucks County men on a Solebury Township farm two farm from july 5th through july 7th.
The Indian Valley Public Library is developing a blueprintFor its future.
There’s good news for seniors in protecting their personal information when it comes to Medicare cards.
Lawmakers continue efforts on developing a revenue plan for the 32 billion dollar state budget.
A man was struck and killed on the Septa Lansdale/Doylestown Line Monday morning.
PennDOT is teaming up with local Police Departments across the state to identity and ticket aggressive drivers.
The Peak Center recently received some financial help from the Montgomery County Commissioners by way of a 60,000 dollar grant.
Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Pat Toomey says, there’s another vial reason to get healthcare reform passed.
The Garden of Reflection 911 Memorial in Lower Makefield Township was the site of a vigil Sunday night for the young men whose lives were taken on a Solebury Township famr.
The Pa. Turnpike Commission is sending out a final warning for drivers who have six or more toll violations or unpaid tolls.
Over the last week and a half four young men from Bucks County vanished. After an intense investgative probe and an exhaustive search on a Solebury Township farm, a team of investigators, compromised of local and state police, the F.B.I. and police cadets, the bodies of the four young men would be unearthed and the […]
The North Penn United Way has been a stand-alone chapter since 1945. The move to merge with the Philadelphia-Southern New Jersey United Way was nearly unanimous by members of the North Penn United Way Board.
The County Commissioners last week approved putting the rehabilitation of the 99 year old span over Skippack Creek out for bid.
With summer temps soaring, a warning is being sent out to homeowners concerning standing water, which can become a breeding ground for mosquitos.
- Lansdale Police To Take Part in Night Out Against Crime July 20, 2017
- 24 Year Old Man Pleads Guilty to Swinging Knife at Jogger July 20, 2017
- Amish Couple Sentenced For Gifting Their Daughters July 19, 2017
- DePasquale Has Harsh Criticism For Pa. Turnpike Toll Hike July 19, 2017
- Court Hearing in September For Two Men in Murders on Farm July 19, 2017