The new parking garage in the works for the septa train station in Lansdale was the focus of a presentation at a Borough Council Committee meeting Wednesday night.
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The Central Bucks Education Association has given the green light to a new four year contract. It will give teachers a 2.81 percent raise annually.
State Police in Honesdale have released more details of the crash that killed three Council Rock High School South students Saturday afternoon in Wayne County.
Montgomery County officials received word from PennDot on Tuesday that the Moyer Road Bridge was in need of repairs.
2200 people attended a vigil for three Council Rock High School South students Tuesday evening at the school on Rock Way in Holland.
State Rep. Matt Bradford says the pension troubles in Pennsylvania started when the system was in a surplus position.
The gubernatorial race is stagnant right now, according to pollster, Dr. Terry Madonna, who says Governor Corbett’s campaign has used attack ads over the summer to try to sway voters.
The Federal Government has given its ok to Pennsylvania’s Healthy Pa. Expansion of Medicaid. Long awaited word of the Government’s decision on the proposal was released Friday.
A fight between two men in Montgomery Township could have been far worse, but both individuals would survive the violence that erupted just before two Thursday morning.
A Lansdale man faces charges in connection with an armed hold-up in Upper Dublin at a Rite Aid.
A Lansdale man is behind bars after being accused and charge with selling a drug that offers the buyer a trip similar to an L.D.S experience.
The Bucks County Department of Consumer Protection is out with its latest consumer alert, the telephone mortgage scam.
Pennsylvania American Water is replacing pipes in West Norriton.
Hatfield Township have identified the person killed in a crash just before 1am Monday.
Could the terror group Isis bring its terror to U.S. cities. Former C.I.A Agent Clare Lopez says, right now their wrath is being carried out in Iraq.
Organizers of Founder’s Day in Lansdale on Saturday are calling the celebration of the 142nd birthday of the Borough a success.
A tentative contract agreement in July between the Central Bucks School Board and the Central Bucks Education Association will have to wait for final ratification on the school board’s part because of summer scheduling conflicts.
A new proposal to help caregivers across the country could become law at some point over next several months.