Montgomery county judge Steven O’Neill has denied a prosecution request in the bill Cosby sexual assault case asking that an opinion form RAINN or Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network be permitted in the case to support its argument that 19 other women who allege that Bill Cosby sexually assaulted them in the same way […]
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High school students held a walkout today across the country in support of the 17 students and staff killed in a mass shooting one month ago in Parkland, Florida at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Former three term Democratic Congressman from Montgomery County Joe Hoeffel looks to return to congress after announcing his intention to run over the weekend.
Montgomery County officials have launched Donafy, a mobile telephone app that helps the homeless as well as the agencies that serve them. Those without shelter, but with cell phone access can use it to find the resources to get themselves off the street.
Bucks County State Rep. Kathy Watson, Chairman of the House Children and Youth Committee, announces two pieces of legislation and a resolution on addressing the issue of grandparents raising grandchildren.
Former Bucks County and Federal prosecutor Seth Weber says ex-Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski tried to insolate himself when pressuring city vendors to donate to his campaigns for Governor and the U.S. Senate.
Treating pain without the use of opioids, it’s one of the arguments to stop potential addiction before it can begin.
The Montgomery County Office of Drug and Alcohol is sponsoring free quarterly Naloxone distribution and education events.
Reorganization within Montgomery County government and upgrading county roads and bridges continue to be a priority for the County Commissioners.
A model train show will be featured at the North Penn Commons in Lansdale Friday and Saturday from 10am to 5pm.
A group called The Public Interest Legal Foundation is suing Pennsylvania to obtain the State’s voter registration records.
The ongoing quest by Pennsylvania Republican lawmakers to get the new redistricting map thrown out will play out in a Federal courtroom Friday in Harrisburg.
In response to the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine’s day, students across the country will again hold a walk-out to bring attention to gun control.
The second nor’easter Wednesday in continues to cause havoc on power lines leaving thousands in throughout the region without electric service, including residents in Bucks and Montgomery Counties.
The North Penn School District’s Knights of Honor nominations are underway.
Lansdale resident Elisha Gee Tuesday night was chosen by North Penn School Board to replace former board member john Schilling.
Over 450 PennDOT trucks will confront the snowy nor’easter.
Tuesday ended two days of pretrial hearings in Bill Cosby’s sex assault case. The defense asked Judge O’Neill to deny the prosecution’s request to allow 19 other women to testify at Cosby’s April 2nd trial.
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