A teen who threatened to shoot a North Penn High School teacher for confiscating his electron cigarette vaporizer pleads guilty to a summary disorderly conduct charge in connection with the incident last December.
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Governor Wolf Called the meeting Wednesday afternoon to discuss the differences both side have in the budget process.
With the 4th of July on Saturday, Lansdale residents can get into the Independence Day mood at the First Friday celebration downtown in the Borough Friday evening.
GOP leaders got what many of them expected Tuesday night from Governor Wolf, a veto of their 30.2 billion dollar budget proposal.
As predicted, Governor Tom Wolf vetoed the proposed budget of 30.2 billion dollars Tuesday night.
Officials in Franconia say township held a public meeting Tuesday night to review how the Township general fund found itself strapped with a 1.3 million dollar deficit at the end of last year.
Lansdale Borough Police now know more about what happened to a six month old baby that was rushed to Grand view Hospital in September.
A Upper Gwynedd Township man is found guilty in connection with drunk driving that resulted in a crash.
The 60 Million Dollar fine leveled on Penn State, due to the Jerry Sandusky scandal, is being funneled to operators of the child centers.
The Towamencin Supervisors have approved an application for about 271,000 from the State Automated Red Light Enforcement Program.
A woman killed by a train on Septa’s Regional Lansdale-Doylestown line is under investigation. It happened at around 11am Sunday.
Democrats are not warning to the Republican House budget that was passed.
Same sex marriage is now legal nationwide.
High school teachers in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia have a new contract.
It’s By Far Lansdale’s Biggest Event.
A Lansdale man will spend 11 1/2 to 23 months behind bars after being sentenced for an incident with his girlfriend that turned violent.
It’s been estimated that 65 million Americans are parental caretakers, but some seniors often have no one to help them when the need arrives.
The Keystone Opportunity Center in Souderton continues to accept donations from the community.