A 19-year-old woman is free on unsecured bail after being accused of stealing several items of jewelry from her grandmother. Lansdale police say, Melissa Ann Dillon was arrested on December 22nd after Police discovered she stole 15-thousand dollars worth of jewelry and coins.
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Lansdale Borough officials are raising awareness about a public safety issue. It seems homeowners don’t always put their street number on the house. It ends up painted on the curb or someplace else that is not easily visible.
An October drinking party involving teens results in a trial for a 48-year-old Lansdale man. Lansdale Police say Michael Steffens of the 1100 block of Beechwood avenue was holding a party October 12 when officers were called for a report of an 18 year old who was found to be unconscious.
Town Watch for Sellersville and Perkasie is seeing a rebirth. Perkasie Police believe the extra presence will help them when officers are responding to other calls in their service areas.
Lansdale Police say, 22 year old Ja’kwan Gardner carried out an armed robbery on May 7th of last year at the Lansdale Pawn Shop.
The 30 day public comment period concluded Friday concerning a permit that would allow the Keystone XL pipeline to be finished. Matt Koch is with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The 2nd annual Green Fair will be held at the Generations of The Indian Valley in Souderton Saturday from 1pm to 4pm.
Bucks County Republican Congressman, Mike Fitzpatrick continues to quiz President Obama about entitlement programs.
While the unrest in most parts of Ukraine has eased, the same can’t be said for the Crimean Peninsula, where a Russian military presence is visible.
A former Pennsylvania State Trooper is headed to prison for a term of six to 23 months after pleading guilty Tuesday in connection with a D.U.I crash that killed 21-year-old, Robin Williams, a forensic pathologist from Philadelphia.
High electric bills have consumers on the edge.
PennDOT’s Charles Metzger says, the 4 million dollar project will be completed by the end of November.
Veteran Chester County Judge, Thomas Gavin has been assigned to hear the Bob Kerns case.
Electric Customers have filed complaints of unusually high electric bills. The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission is taking a closer look.
The empty seat on the Towamencin Township Board of Auditors has been filled. Former Board member Bill Whitelock was appointed in January and took the oath of office for a two year term Wednesday night.
The recent controversy stirred up by the Federal Communications Commission concerning a study of the media has fallen flat on its face.
How did an ambler woman end up in a field in New Hanover Township in August of 2012, and who left her body in the field. Some unanswered questions that have Montgomery County Law Enforcement officials calling on social media with the use of Facebook in an effort to unravel the mystery.
Potholes are costing drivers big bucks in tires and other auto repairs, and if you think the state should pay for some of your repairs, it’s not going to happen.