Lansdale Borough officials are wrestling with a 1.5 million dollar revenue shortfall in the budget for next year and are looking for ways to fill the gap.
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Governor Corbett and Democratic challenger Tom Wolf squared off in a debate at CBS3 Wednesday morning.
The Montgomery County Health Department has opened flu clinics to help citizens prepare for the flu season with flu shots.
The Penn Foundation’s work in helping people who suffer from addiction and mental health issues continues with the theme that hope and patients are the ultimate keys to making it through the struggles of dependence and depression.
A December 16th court hearing has been scheduled for three Bucks County residents accused of beating a gay couple on Philadelphia’s Chancellor Street on September 11th.
Don Tollefson, former Philadelphia television sports anchor, was in Bucks County Court Monday.
A judge has found 18 year old Tristan Stahley guilty of killing his girlfriend, Julianne Siller, who was 17 years old at the time of her death.
The attack on a gay couple in Philadelphia has set off a series of peaceful demonstrations throughout the region and in the city.
Despite a recent dip in the stock market, it is still robust, but it’s not stirring confidence in the economy, according to Bill Van Sant, Senior Vice President of Investments at Univest.
A bank robber’s action rattled some nerves in Chalfont Wednesday afternoon.
An attorney for one of the suspects in the beating of a gay couple in Philadelphia says, it was a fist fight that got out of hand.
The Skippack Historical Society will turn back the clock this weekend to a time when patriots were key to the birth of our nation.
The Sellersville hospital has been serving the community for nearly 101 years, but now Grand View Hospital has changed its name to Grand View Health.
The incident in center city Philadelphia where two men were beaten on September 11th has led to charges against three Bucks County residents.
It was a traffic nightmare on the southbound lanes of the Northeast Extension early Tuesday morning, about four miles south of Quakertown.
The Women’s Center of Montgomery County responds to the Ray Rice incident.
Governor Corbett and his Democratic challenger, Tom Wolf debated the issues in Hershey Monday night.
The Central Bucks School District and the Network of Victim Assistance will hold a forum called “Caregiver-SOS.