A blaze in Horsham Township guts several townhouses on the 600 block of Manor Drive just after 3am Friday.
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There are currently almost 40 openings for 9-1-1 emergency dispatch operators at the Montgomery County Emergency Operations Center in Eagleville.
Two vacancies on the Pennridge School Board are filled after the resignation’s of Ada Miller and Christine Yardley.
North Wales Borough has the helped wanted sign out for its next chief of police.
West Nile Virus is transmitted by mosquito bites, while bites from deer tics can lead to Lyme Disease.
State Rep. Madeleine Dean, a candidate for Montgomery County’s new 4th District Congressional seat in November, doesn’t want to be labeled within the Democratic party.
Towamencin officials are saying thanks but no thanks to take part in the preservation of almost 67-acres of agricultural land in the Township.
An emergency call has been sent out to the public for the gift of life throughout the region.
Money raised in the 24th Edition of the Moyer 5k run will go toward youth scholarships.
The Montgomery Township Supervisors have rejected bids for restorative landscaping in four developments along Enclave Boulevard.
A Bensalem woman is dead after allegedly being stabbed multiple times by her ex boyfriend, 45 year old William Table.
Director of the Bucks County Department of Consumer Protection, Mike Bannon sends out a warning concerning a charitable giving scam.
The euphoria and adrenaline of being nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court will soon be replaced by confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanuagh.
The Catholic League For Religious and Civil Rights opposes a proposed State House bill which gives victims of abuse 20 additional years to file suit.
Teva Pharmaceuticals announces that it will move its headquarters in Montgomery Township to Parispony-Troy Hills New Jersey, where it plans to expand that location.
Governor Wolf signs a bill concerning law enforcement officers who are not connected to a Township, Borough or City Police Department. The new law pertains to campus Police Officers.
An expert and author on China, Stephen Mosher says the next move North Korea makes could be its last if it forces China to get involved in its problems with the U.S. and South Korea.
Bucks County’s outreach continues in helping any county resident that may be contemplating suicide from the doorstep to the classroom.