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It’s a case that was first thought to be in the bag for the Montgomery County Prosecutor. But District Attorney, Risa Ferman, would ultimately drop charges and refer the case to State Attorney General, Kathleen Kane.
A single mother says medical bills brought on by a heart attack led her to steal money from her employer, a Telford roofing and renovation business on South 3rd street. 48-year-old, Kelly Lynn Chewning admitted to taking 42-thousand dollars in checks from the business, where she was employed as a bookkeeper.
The North Penn School Board and the North Penn Education Association are in the midst of negotiating a new contract for teachers.
State Rep. Kate Harper says pensions and liquor privatization will be heavily debated issues as lawmakers try to come to an agreement on a new state budget.
The Bucks County Director of Consumer Affairs, Mike Bannon, urges residents to be prepared in the event of a central air failure.
A North Penn High School senior faces a list of charges after being accused of selling Marijuana and Adderall to fellow students and others in the North Penn Area.
The violence in Iraq has Congressman Jim Gerlach weighing in on possible solutions to the strife stirred up by the terror group, Isis.
Penn Dot’s Charlie Metzger was a guest on Friday’s A.M. Edition program to update two major projects.
The Montgomery County Community College has a ‘Military Friendly’ designationfor 5 years running. Dr. Ann Marie Donohue is a member of the college’s veteranssupport group. She says the college provides a variety of programs and services designed to help vets transition from the military back into civilian life. The school’sweb site is www.mc3.edu. Dr. Donohue’s […]
Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Bob Casey today defended the controversial deal thatresulted in the release of Bowe Bergdahl.
Work is now underway on the future home of four non-profits in Lansdale. Agroundbreaking ceremony was held Tuesday afternoon for the North Penn Commons.
A sharply divided Wissahickon School Board has voted 5-4 not to move ahead withconstruction of a new high school.
They call themselves Remember Parkhouse.Org and they are critical of this year’ssale of the Montgomery County Geriatric Center—Parkhouse.
The 70th Anniversary of the D-Day invasion at Normandy was remembered around the world Friday.
A Quinnipiac University Poll released Wednesday shows that Tom Wolf holds a big lead over Governor Tom Corbett.
In an effort to help people fight and detect cancer, Daniel’s Lawn and Garden Center will hold a “Pink Day” Sunday from 10-am until 5-pm.
Genetically Modified Organisms or GMO’s is the subject of legislation crafted by State Senator Daylin Leach.
- Marine Toys For Tots Foundation Asks For Toys, Donations December 12, 2017
- Code Blue Cold Weather Emergencies For Bucks and Montco. December 12, 2017
- Septa Regional Rail Train Hits Unoccupied Car on Tracks December 12, 2017
- Bucks Man Sentenced to Long Prison Term For Abusing Girls December 12, 2017
- Montgomery Elementary School Has a Brand New Look December 12, 2017