Bucks County Democratic State Rep. Perry Warren is proposing a bill to ease the financial burden that commuters continue to face with rising tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
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Towamencin Township Police Chief Tim Dickinson has taken on an additional duty. He was chosen President of the Police Chiefs Association of Montgomery County earlier this month.
Police often rely on surveillance video to identify a suspect committing a crime.
Act 89 continues to repair Pennsylvania’s roads, highways, and bridges according to PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards, who testified in front of the State Senate Transportation Committee this week.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin’s Population Health Institute, have released a list of the healthiest counties across Pennsylvania.
Montgomery County Judge Steven O’Neill has yet another request from Bill Cosby’s law team.
A 23 year old Philadelphia man pleads guilty in Montgomery County Court to a list of offenses in connection with a crash last April 1st that killed an 80 year old Souderton woman.
Hope Against Heroin, it’s a Quakertown based non profit started by Kim Hogan four years ago in a proactive response to her son Jimmy’s addiction.
A Chalfont, Bucks County man faces potential prison time after admitting in Montgomery County Court to a series of charges, including statutory sexual assault.
The mounting number of pretrial hearings in the Bill Cosby sex case will continue as Cosby’s law team seeks to prescreen potential jurors from Allegheny County.
A recently passed Pa. State House Resolution recognizes March as International Women’s History month in Pennsylvania.
The Hatfield Township Commissioners have approved the construction of a new car wash between Route 309 and Old Bethlehem Pike near Line Lexington Road.
Law enforcement officials from five counties were in Norristown urging State officials to restore mandatory minimum sentences for violent criminals.
The Quakertown School Board’s directive to the District’s Superintendent to cut costs could result in the closure of schools and the loss of 50 jobs.
The jury in Graham Spanier trial decided to return one misdemeanor conviction on child endangerment and dismissed an endangerment charge and conspiracy charge in connection with the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal at Penn State.
The American Health Act has failed to inspire Republican lawmakers. Many lawmakers feel it doesn’t go far enough to completely dismantle the Affordable Care Act.
North Wales officials held a public meeting Thursday night to gather input for the update of their comprehensive plan.
Hatfield Township Police have collared a burglary suspect that detectives believe is responsible for a list of burglaries in Hatfield Township and Hatfield Borough.
- Lawmaker Proposes Tax Credit For E-ZPass Customers March 30, 2017
- Chief Dickinson Takes on Leadership Role March 30, 2017
- Burglary Suspect Caught on Video in Hatfield Borough March 30, 2017
- Act 89 Proving to Be Benefit to PennDOT and Drivers March 30, 2017
- Montco. and Bucks Healthiest Counties in Pennsylvania March 29, 2017