Townships Supervisors awarded 9.4 million dollars to contractors to build the new community and rec. center at Stump and Horsham roads across from the Municipal building.
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A Towamencin man accused of molesting a 13-year-old girl waives his preliminary hearing and now will stand trial for numerous incidents of molestation, according to the victim and the suspect’s wife.
The friction between pro-Russian supporters and people loyal to the government of Ukraine is at a boiling point.
The race for governor in Pennsylvania is heating up with State Treasurer, Rob McCord claiming that a strong grass roots strategy will get him elected.
The Bucks County Director of Consumer Affairs has been getting more calls about contractors who’ve been canvassing areas in Bucks County offering to do work for homeowners.
Police and bomb sniffing dogs roamed the halls of Souderton Area High School Monday morning after a bomb threat was discovered. The evidence of the threat was written on a wall inside a bathroom.
Ten men face charges of human trafficking and promoting prostitution after answering an ad that promised sexual favors in exchange for cash.
The Elmwood Park Zoo in Norristown will celebrate 90 years in July. It was a difficult winter for the Elmwood Park Zoo, but things are getting better.
State Rep Todd Stephens says, House Bill 436, which passed in the house and senate, fulfills the recommendations of the Task Force on Child Protection.
A Montgomery Township man Convicted of killing his wife Hollie in 2001 will not get a new trial after a judge denied his request Thursday in Montgomery County Court.
A 110-room assisted living community could be in the works for Towamencin.
The North Penn Water Authority is in the process of flushing water lines by way its 35-hundred fire hydrants.
Funeral services have been released for former Lansdale Police Chief, Wallace “Wally” Hendricks. Hendricks, who passed away Monday, was a 27 year member of the Lansdale police department, beginning his career as a patrolman in 1953.
Small business owners in Montgomery County, who suffered losses related to the bad weather in February might get some help through the Federal Small Business Administration
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Flames gut a Lansdale home, but an elderly woman who lived in the home at East 3rd street was able to escape, thanks to a man who lives near the home.
Some bills to protect children from sexual predators that were developed as a result of the Jerry Sandusky scandal will be the focus of discussion at State Legislature this week.
It’s the time of year when contractors are seeking work, but according to Mike Bannon, Director of Bucks County Consumer Affairs, gypsy contractors are out and about doing poor work, collecting some money and leaving the job behind.