Lansdale officials are hoping that the second time will be the charm. Borough Council last night voted to re-advertise the bid specifications for single hauler residential trash pickup.
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Two special elections Tuesday ended in Republican victories.
Prices at the gas pump are dropping across the nation and in Pennsylvania.
Whitpain officials are addressing the traffic congestion at the intersection of Butler and Skippack pikes.
There’s no word if a 70-year-old Ottsville, Bucks County, man will be charged, but Tuesday afternoon State Police were sent to his home to serve a mental health warrant.
Three box cars on railroad tracks in Sellersville derailed Tuesday at around 3pm.
The state budget process was the subject of conversation on the WNPV’s Regarding Your Money with George Toth.
Mike Bannon, Director of the Bucks County Department of Consumer Protection says, skimmers are being installed on gas pumps and ATM’s in the region in an effort to steal credit and debit card numbers.
A count of those without a permanent place to stay conducted in January found 310 that met the definition of homeless.
Jurors can reveal they were on the jury. One of the alternate jurors in Bill Cosby’s sex assault case has gone public.
Big band vocalist Harry Prime passed away last Thursday night at his home in New Britain Township.
Following Judge Steven O’Neill’s decision to declare a mistrial in Bill Cosby’s sex assault case in Montgomery County Court Saturday, District Attorney Kevin Steele released a statement that he would seek to retry the comic icon.
A jury of seven men and five women could not reach a verdict on the three charges filed against Bill Cosby in connection with allegedly sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his Cheltenham Township home in January of 2004.
The Montgomery County Commissioners have a new top lawyer.
Just one North Penn School Board member voted to reject the budget, but 8 other Board members were unified on approving the 252 million dollar operating budget for next year.
State Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding says his department is targeted for reductions under Governor Wolf’s proposed budget.
The challenges grandparents face raising their grandchildren in Pennsylvania was the subject of a hearing Wednesday in Harrisburg.
The Towamencin Supervisors have authorized Township staff to prepare a resolution granting final plan approval for a senior living center near Towamencin Avenue and Forty Foot Road in the Village Overlay District.
- Opioid Forum Scheduled at North Wales Church June 28, 2017
- Harper: Spending Plan Needs to Be Supported By Revenue June 28, 2017
- Bucks Consumer Champ Offers Tip on Computer Repair June 28, 2017
- Cyberattack Hits Montco’s Largest Employer June 28, 2017
- Redemption For Former Members of The Armed Forces June 27, 2017