Towamencin Township Police wrap up an investigation of a township they suspect of selling drugs, including crack cocaine and marijuana.
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Two men are now in custody accused of carrying out a home invasion at a Towamencin Township home on the 800 block of Continental Drive during the early morning hours of February 18th.
A public memorial service for Mike Pettine Sr. will be held on April 1st.
The head of the Philadelphia think tank, The Middle East Forum, thinks the new travel ban is likely to stick.
North Penn High School seniors will have an opportunity to attend an event at North Penn Tuesday called, “Next Steps: College and Career Fair.”
Northampton county is severing its relationship with The Impact Project, a private foster care agency after it determined the agency was aware of alleged abuse complaints against Sara Packer more than ten years ago.
Univest is advocating financial literacy among high school students.
Montgomery County needs to get a better handle on high turnout elections. That’s the bottom line of a report prepared for the County Election Board.
The Upper Dublin Township Police Department, Montgomery County D.A.’s Office and Montgomery County Detective Bureau held a news conference Thursday on the subject of missing evidence inside the Upper Dublin Township Police Department evidence room.
The Montgomery County District Attorney’s office is teaming up with the Lower Providence Township Police Department to help low level drug offenders with a new program.
Fourth Street Park in Lansdale is a step closer to becoming the site of the Borough Skate Park. The Borough Council Parks and Rec. Committee Wednesday night unanimously recommended the full council choose Fourth street for the skate park when it holds its business meeting on March 15th.
While lawmakers in D.C. continue to rant about dismantling the Affordable Care Act, two former local lawmakers weighws in on the hotly debated topic Wednesday.
President Trump stood before joint session of Congress Tuesday night to address the nation’s needs.
16 year old, J’Mel Duran-Taylor of Lansdale will face trial as an adult on charges of attempted murder and 18 additional offenses in connection with the alleged shooting and robbery of a 19 year old Hatfield Township man over 80 dollars worth of marijuana.
A Towamencin Township man enters a guilty plea in connection with child porn. Court records show an investigation began in February of 2015 on 56 year old, Edward Grondski after an undercover detective discovered that he was downloading and sharing child porn.
Bucks County’s Consumer Champ, Mike Bannon is offering some information concerning particular junk mail.
An Obama Administration directive last year that called on all school districts to allow transgender students to use bathrooms they identify with was reversed by the Trump Administration.
Upper Bucks County Technical School in Perkasie is enjoying some notoriety around the state after receiving the Career and Technical Education Excellence Award.
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