The Trial for Former Montgomery County G.O.P Chair, Bob Kerns is scheduled for November 24th.
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The Microsoft telephone scam is running again, according to the Director of Consumer Protection for Bucks County.
The State of Pennsylvania will be more aggressive in confronting home contractor fraud and abuse.
Two highly publicized cases in The Montgomery County District Attorney’s office ended up costing the county big money and potentially a loss of confidence after a report in a rape case was misread.
The last negotiating session between the North Penn School Board and the North Penn Education Association was in July.
A 47 year old woman, formerly of Lansdale, was sentenced Thursday in Montgomery County Court in connection with a sexual affair she had with a 15 year old boy.
According to the prosecution, Joseph McAndrew Jr. murdered his family because he couldn’t have an apartment in Philadelphia and that his parents did not give him the same treatment as his brother, who was a Penn State graduate.
A man who admitted to sexually assaulting a girl 14 years ago will face sentencing in connection with the incident during summer of 2000.
A 7 Eleven convenience store is hit by two armed masked men and the entire incident is captured on video.
Montgomery Township officials are putting their money where there mouth is when it comes to supporting non-profit groups that serve the residents of their community.
Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Bob Casey agrees with the President in using air strikes against ISIS in Iraq.
There’s an update on Perkasie’s Walnut Street Bridge.
The Montgomery County District Attorney’s office will not ask for the death penalty in the case of an Upper Merion Township man who is accused of murdering his parents and twin brother with a sword on March 5th of 2011.
It looks like Lansdale will be getting some Community Development Block Grant funding through Montgomery County.
Organizers of the North Penn United Way Stuff The Bus Campaign are calling the annual event a success.
Lansdale officials have announced that long time North Penn School District music educator, Steve Frederick, will be the posthumous recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award that will be presented during the opening ceremony of Founders Day in just over two weeks.
State Senator Daylin Leach says his trip to Colorado with staff to investigate the marijuana industry was worthwhile, despite the negative press he received.
A raccoon was found in a resident’s driveway this week in Lower Frederick Township.