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Lansdale Police are warning residents about a telephone scam where a person identifies himself as a member of the I.R.S., using the name “Roy Miller.”
Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Bob Casey is calling on his colleagues from both sides of the aisle to pass a bill for emergency unemployment compensation.
Statements made to State Troopers in connection with a murder in Skippack’s Palmer Park last may 25th will be admissible when trial takes place later this year for 16-year-old, Tristan Stahley, accused of stabbing his girlfriend, 17-year-old, Julianne Siller, a senior a Spring Ford Area High School at the time of her death.
The parents of a 4th grade student tell Lansdale Police that a black and red conversion van followed their child Wednesday at about 4:15.
The deadline to apply for health insurance through the affordable care act is quickly approaching. Next Monday March 31st, is the last day to apply for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act.
It’s been one year since Jorge Bergoglio became Pope Francis.
The community is coming together in an effort to help the children of a 2002 North Penn graduate, who was killed in a two car crash that caused both vehicles to catch fire.
A suspect in a case of workplace violence is behind bars.
Chief Financial Officer, Uri Monson last week told the County Commissions the county has almost 24 million dollars in the bank and ended the year with a 1.6 million dollar operating surplus.
Electric variable rates have caused sticker shock for some consumers over the last several months.
It’s official. The Montgomery County Salary Board Thursday approved the hiring of Former Norristown police Chief Russell Bono as sheriff.
The end of a relationship and the thought of his ex in the arms of another man was apparently too much for a Hatboro teen, who allegedly set out to poison his rival with the deadly chemical “Ricin.”
Massive power outages caused by an ice storm during the first week of February will be the subject of a public hearing.
A Relay For Life Rally will be held this Saturday to raise awareness for those impacted by cancer and survivors of cancer.
A Philadelphia man accused of rape faces a host of charges in connection with the incident that happened Sunday, March 16th.
In an effort to be prepared for retiring workers and turnover, Montgomery County will hold an open house in two job categories.
They’re known as gypsy contractors and they’re out to swindle people, especially during the warmer months ahead.