A new documentary called, The Swamp, gives a first hand account of how the political machine operates in Washington D.C.
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Prosecutors punctuated their opening argument wit a bombshell.
Lansdale Borough absorbed about 117,000 last year, allowing its customers to pay their bills with credit cards.
First responders, who arrived on the 300 block of Harleysville Pike in Franconia Township just after 12 am Friday, removed debris and found Mary Ann Lambert. Franconia Township Police say the driver crossed a long lawn area before striking the side of the home where Lambert had been sleeping. The 86 year old woman was […]
Shira goodman is taking leave as Executive Director of CeaseFire Pa to run in the democratic primary for congress in the new 4th district.
Montgomery County officials have a winner for their third annual Drug and Alcohol Billboard Competition.
A Lansdale man is behind bars on charges of 1st and 3rd degree murder, accused of murdering his adoptive father.
Motorists that get a parking ticket in Lansdale have been given more time to pay. The old deadline was 72-hours but Borough Council has extended it to seven business days.
Rachel Reddick, an attorney and advocate for women’s rights, has also helped women victimized by physical and sexual abuse and has prosecuted sex assault cases in the Navy.
Bill Cosby’s law team called the jury selection process discriminatory Wednesday after the prosecution sought to have an African American woman excluded from serving on the jury.
A Pottstown man wanted on charges of 1st degree murder is behind bars in Waterbury, Connecticut.
State Senator Vincent Hughes, who represents parts of Montgomery County and Philadelphia, says when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was in Memphis to carry out another phase in his pursuit of civil rights.
A movie about a 1969 incident that took the life of 28 year old, Mary Jo Kopeckne, and nearly destroyed Senator Ted Kennedy’s political career, opens Friday in theaters.
As jury selection continues in Bill Cosby’s sex assault trial in Montgomery County Court, his defense receives a boost after Judge Steven O’Neill rules that Marguerite Jackson can testify for the defense.
A reminder from Bucks County’s consumer champ, Mike Bannon concerning the IRS scam.
Borough Council Monday night authorized putting the three-story structure out for bid.
Montgomery County D.A. Kevin Steele credits a mother’s suspicion in uncovering a dangerous situation concerning her 12 year old son.
The Mennonite Central Committee will hold its meat canner starting Monday and wrapping up Wednesday.
- Jury Finds Bill Cosby Guilty on All Charges April 26, 2018
- Fire in Quakertown Takes The Life of Elderly Woman April 26, 2018
- Under The Lights Car Show Will Go On as Scheduled April 26, 2018
- Ellsworth Talks School Safety and Business Plan For Pa. April 26, 2018
- Kick Starting Redevelopment in Vacant Shopping Center April 26, 2018