A Federal Judge has decided in favor of Montgomery County recorder of deeds Nancy Becker in a class action suit she filed against the mortgage industry.
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Residents in two nearby communities no longer have to take the extra step of boiling their water for safety reasons.
Governor Tom Corbett is faced with signing a budget he does not want to sign, and he also has some significant hurdles in winning re-election.
Chalk up another unwelcome cost from the brutal winter of 2014. Lansdale officials at their last business meeting approved a change order for the construction of the new Borough Hall that increases the project cost by about 28,000 dollars.
Residents in Sellersville and some in West Rockhill Township will have to continue boiling their water until Tuesday, according to North Penn Water Authority Executive Director, Tony Bellitto.
The budget battle continues in Harrisburg with State Rep. Brendan Boyle calling on Governor Corbett to create a tax on natural gas drilling and to put an end to corporate tax cuts.
A 24-year-old man faces a host of charges in connection with a fatal crash in Upper Dublin on Memorial Day that took the life of a 70 year-old woman.
If you’re getting ready to hit the road for work or vacation, it might be a good idea to sign up for a hotel loyalty program to save.
The fighting between Shiites and Sunnis has been somewhat one sided. The Sunnis are backed by the violent Islamic group ISIS.
A Lansdale man with a prior arrest record now faces more legal trouble in connection with an incident at his apartment on June 6th. 28-year-old, Teugie Askew was arrested on charges of corrupting of minors.
Towamencin officials will be in Philadelphia this afternoon making a pitch for funding road improvements on Sumneytown Pike, Valley Forge Road and other township roads that handle traffic coming off the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Lansdale Police are looking for a man who held up the Walgreens, located at 890 West Main Street.
An armed man hit the First Niagara Bank on the 700 block of route 113 in the Souderton section of Hilltown Township Monday afternoon at around 2:20.
Montgomery County Congressman, Jim Gerlach is angry over the missing e-mails at the I.R.S.
A 51-year-old Hatfield man is found guilty of attempting to kill his wife. In March of last year,
In an effort to help people find employment, the Greater Norristown Police Athletic League, will hold a job fair.
Montgomery County prosecutors are asking for a sentence of 5 to 10 years for 36-year-old Joseph Franzone Jr. Franzone was arrested for stealing wedding cards and other gifts at four weddings between June and July of last year, totaling around 15,000.
The Graterford Road Bridge was closed to drivers last Thursday after PennDOT officials discovered cracks and deterioration in the beams.
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- Jury Acquits Quakertown Man in Child Sex Abuse Case January 16, 2018