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Commuters at the Septa station in Lansdale weighed in about the Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia that took the lives of eight passengers aboard train 1-88 Tuesday night. Greg, from Lansdale, was waiting for a train bound for Wilmington.
The Amtrak train crash in Philadelphia is stirring conversation with lawmakers in D.C.
The Investigation continues in Philadelphia as authorities from several agencies try to piece together what led Amtrak train 188 to leave the tracks, taking lives and injuring over 200 passengers.
Property taxes are on the way up in the North Penn School District.
The massive Amtrak train crash in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia has City, State and Federal officials at the scene.
Towamencin Township Police arrest a 19 year old Dresher man in connection with the theft of a car.
A Montgomery Township Business has a large bill to pay in the form of a fine.
With the logistics of Pope Francis’ visit almost complete, workforce numbers are now available for the Pontiff’s visit in September.
Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Pat Toomey says, there are good and bad people in every profession and police should be held accountable when they break the law.
Montgomery Township Police have not released the name of a woman killed in the Costco parking lot just after 6PM Saturday.
Electric consumers in Lansdale could catch a break if Borough Council approves a contract extension with its current power supplier.
U.S Postal Carriers in Lansdale will be conducting a food drive Saturday.
The 24th Annual Youth Trout Fishing Derby will get underway Saturday morning.
An economic summit in Lower Gwynedd brought together businesses where the Philadelphia Federal Reserve offered economic information.
There was an Ecumenical Service outside the Montgomery County Courthouse Thursday to celebrate the National Day of Prayer. Dozens of believers came together to sing patriotic songs and pray for government leaders, educators, military personnel and the media.
Montgomery County officials are not overly concerned about a projected year end operating deficit. Chief Financial officer Uri Monson told the Commissioners Thursday that without adjustments in revenue or expenses, the county would likely wrap up 2015 more than 363,000 dollars in the hole.
Caring For Mom and Dad is a P.B.S special that will air tonight at 7.