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Electric Customers have filed complaints of unusually high electric bills. The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission is taking a closer look.
The empty seat on the Towamencin Township Board of Auditors has been filled. Former Board member Bill Whitelock was appointed in January and took the oath of office for a two year term Wednesday night.
The recent controversy stirred up by the Federal Communications Commission concerning a study of the media has fallen flat on its face.
How did an ambler woman end up in a field in New Hanover Township in August of 2012, and who left her body in the field. Some unanswered questions that have Montgomery County Law Enforcement officials calling on social media with the use of Facebook in an effort to unravel the mystery.
Potholes are costing drivers big bucks in tires and other auto repairs, and if you think the state should pay for some of your repairs, it’s not going to happen.
The race for Governor in Pennsylvania is heating up with candidates starting to spend money.
February is Heart Month. Sellersville cardiologist, Doctor Todd Aldefer says, it’s not always about cholesterol and blood pressure medications when you’re trying to take care of your heart.
Governor Corbett’s Healthy Pennsylvania plan draws criticism from State Senator Daylin Leach.
Governor Tom Corbett held a news conference in Harrisburg Thursday afternoon concerning the snow storm that blanketed the region with snow sleet and rain. Corbett first addressed the situation concerning the state’s emergency declaration.
Spoiled food due to the massive power outage can sometimes pass the smell test, but it’s probably not worth keeping around the house. Montgomery county Commissioner Chairman, Josh Shapiro offers some tips.
One of two men accused in the killing of Pennridge graduate, 21-year-old Kevin Figaniak, pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter in connection with the August 31st assault of Figaniak and another person, just blocks from the campus of Wheeling Jesuit University at around 1:30 in the morning. Figaniak, a student at Wheeling Jesuit University, died later […]
The aftermath of last week’s ice storm remains the subject of intense discussion. Peco’s Cathy Engle Menendez says, work continues to get back homes back on line.
Cold temperatures have a vital source of warmth in jeopardy of a shortage.
Although the President mentioned tax reform in his State of The Union address, Univest’s Bill Van Sant says, don’t expect it to happen any time soon, but he believes the government can help people in other areas, particularly with retirement.
The bitter cold temperatures might be causing some problems with local residents who have their fuel oil tanks above ground. Bruce Limpert is with Moyer Indoor-Outdoor of Souderton.
A married father of three and former Pennridge softball coach admitted in Bucks County court Monday that had a sexual relationship with one of his players, a 16 year girl on the softball team. 36-year-old, Eric Romig was arrested in October after the teen’s parents became alarmed with their daughter’s relationship with Romig. Prosecutors would […]
Lansdale police now know the identity of a man they believe responsible for an armed robbery last may at the Lansdale Pawn Shop on North Broad Street. Police say, 22-year-old JA’kwan Gardner entered the shop on may 7th just after 11am, carrying a long duffle bag. Gardner had his hand in the bag and the […]