The Women’s Center of Montgomery County is visiting community groups this month, not only to reach out to abuse victims, but people who are close victims.
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There was more trash talk at the Lansdale Borough Council meeting Wednesday night.
Bills introduced in the Pa. State House would amend the present law to make sure companies contact consumers immediately and plainly of any data breaches.
Montgomery County D.A. Kevin Steele announces the arrests of three people in connection with the confiscation of one kilogram of Fentanyl, an amount Steele says could be fatal to half of the population in Montgomery County.
The Equifax debacle, where the personal information of 145 million Americans was breached, is now a matter of a probe by Federal lawmakers.
Pennsylvania State Police react to the massive shooting in Las Vegas.
The Drug Addiction Resource Alliance or DARA will meet in an effort to continue to spread the word that there is power in numbers when fighting and coping with the opioid crisis.
Montgomery County officials were in Schwenksville on Friday for the dedication of a mural on Main Street.
The Montgomery County Health Department will open its flu clinics to provide the vital vaccine for county residents.
State Senator Bob Mensch says lawmakers have a five-way handshake on settling the budget and funding it.
The tree trimming company Asplundh, with headquarters in Willow Grove, admitted in Federal court Thursday to hiring undocumented workers.
Former Republican Bucks County Commissioner Andy Warren and retired Montgomery County Spokesperson and member of Montgomery County Democratic party Frank Custer discussed the issue of NFL players taking a knee during the national anthem.
A Warrington Township man is behind bars in Bucks County Prison after failing to post 100,000 bail in connection with multiple bank robberies.
Republicans in the U.S. Senate are falling short of the necessary votes in an effort to move forward the Graham Cassidy health care bill.
GOP lawmakers in D.C. are poised to move tax reform forward.
A curb and sidewalk replacement program remains under discussion in Towamencin.
Moody’s Investors Service upgrades Montgomery County’s Bond Rating to Aa1 with a positive outlook.
A Philadelphia man will spend the next 5 ½ to 11 years in prison following a guilty plea in Montgomery County court on human trafficking charges.
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- PennDOT Officials Say Agency is Prepared For Winter October 19, 2017
- Former Fox Anchor Gretchen Carlson on WNPV’s AM Edition October 19, 2017
- Food Drive Exceeds Goal October 19, 2017
- Lansdale Rejects Proposed Contract with Trash Hauler October 19, 2017