The Fire Department in Montgomery Township Monday night kicked off Fire Prevention Week with an open house at its fire station on Doylestown road.
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The V.N.A. Foundation of Greater North Penn is a relatively new organization which was created when the local visiting Nurse Association merged with Abington Health.
Lower Salford Township is following in the steps of the Township Authority to repay debt. The Township refinanced four million dollars of debt, savings almost 200,000 dollars.
Whitpain Township Police are investigating a home invasion on the 100 block of Brittany Way. Police say, it happened Friday afternoon just before 12:30.
The escape of a prisoner at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in Lower Providence Township on Labor Day has consequences.
Chris Abruzzo, Secretary of the Department of Environmental protection resigned Thursday, and the top lawyer for the department, Glenn Parno has also resigned.
Ward three residents that cast their ballots at the Knights of Columbus on West Eighth Street in the last general election will be voting at Lansdale United Methodist Church on North Broad Street next month.
State Police and the Montco. D.A’s office are investigating the accidental shooting death of 26-year-old State Trooper, David Kedra, who suffered a gun shot to the chest late Tuesday afternoon at the Montgomery County Training Campus.
Lansdale Borough officials are wrestling with a 1.5 million dollar revenue shortfall in the budget for next year and are looking for ways to fill the gap.
Governor Corbett and Democratic challenger Tom Wolf squared off in a debate at CBS3 Wednesday morning.
The Montgomery County Health Department has opened flu clinics to help citizens prepare for the flu season with flu shots.
The Penn Foundation’s work in helping people who suffer from addiction and mental health issues continues with the theme that hope and patients are the ultimate keys to making it through the struggles of dependence and depression.
A December 16th court hearing has been scheduled for three Bucks County residents accused of beating a gay couple on Philadelphia’s Chancellor Street on September 11th.
Don Tollefson, former Philadelphia television sports anchor, was in Bucks County Court Monday.
A judge has found 18 year old Tristan Stahley guilty of killing his girlfriend, Julianne Siller, who was 17 years old at the time of her death.
The attack on a gay couple in Philadelphia has set off a series of peaceful demonstrations throughout the region and in the city.
Despite a recent dip in the stock market, it is still robust, but it’s not stirring confidence in the economy, according to Bill Van Sant, Senior Vice President of Investments at Univest.
A bank robber’s action rattled some nerves in Chalfont Wednesday afternoon.
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