A Lower Frederick Township man faces 11 felony counts after being accused of downloading more than 300 child pornography pictures on his work computer.
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The numbers are coming into focus as Lansdale officials discuss a rebate that is in the works for Borough electric consumers next year.
Souderton Borough Council has taken action to advertise a budget for next year that totals almost seven million dollars across all funds and does not raise property taxes.
State Attorney General Kathleen Kane continues to maintain her innocence in connection with perjury and other charges after being accused of leaking Grand Jury information.
Fire claims the life of a woman at the Plymouth Rock Apartments.
If you want to be in sync with everything Sunday, push your clocks back an hour before going to sleep Saturday.
Police advise parents to walk with their children, particularly if they’re younger or have another family member take them through the neighborhood.
Towamencin Township Police say, there were 17 reports of someone stealing items from cars.
Towamencin Supervisor David Mosesso walked out of a Township meeting in a huff this week. The motion on the table was to pay the monthly bills.
Despite more than 50 Republican attempts to eliminate the Affordable Care Act, the law continues to push forward, providing more than 26 million Americans the ability to buy health care. On Sunday, the Health Insurance Exchanges will hold open enrollments.
Chuck Wilson looks to bring 14 years of experience to the office as a Towamencin Supervisor, along with 35 years as a certified public accountant.
The owner of the Towamencin Village Shopping Center has big plans for the site at Allentown and Forty Foot Roads.
Politics played out Wednesday at the West Main Diner on Comment Please By Univest in the race for Montgomery County District Attorney.
A 55-year-old Philadelphia woman, employed as a home health aide for a physically disabled 71-year-old Upper Gwynedd Township woman, depleted thousands of dollars from the infirmed woman’s bank account.
Warrington Township approves a 5.9 million agreement with the Federal Government that will pay for the removal of contamination from private home wells.
Bucks County’s Director of Consumer Protection, Mike Bannon says, when renting an apartment or if you’re the landlord, schedule a walk through to make sure everything is working.
Law enforcement officials in Lansdale take a bite out of crime. Statistics compiled by the F.B.I. say property crimes in the Borough dropped by almost 15 percent between last year and 2013.
Montgomery County 1st Assistant District Attorney Kevin Steele, who is running for District Attorney, defends his campaign strategy in airing a television ad critical of Bruce Castor’s handling of the Bill Cosby case, when Castor was Montgomery County District Attorney in 2005.