The skate park project at Fourth Street Park in Lansdale hits a snag.
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Brutally hot temperatures and the heat index will begin to ease off as the weekend approaches.
The U.S.D.A. offers some reminders for anyone preparing food for a cookout during the summer months.
Another joy of the 4th of July is fireworks.
Pennsylvania State Police want to ensure that all drivers are safe during the July 4th holiday.
PennDOT and the Pa. Insurance Department are teaming up for a program for motorcycle safety in Pennsylvania.
Protecting yourself from dangerous temperatures continues to be the message from medical officials, especially if you work outdoors.
The price at the pump last summer was far different and made drivers much happier. Fast forward one year later and the price for a gallon of gas has consumers longing for a return of more fuel friendly prices.
The computer tech scam is back.
Staying safe during the heat wave, a constant reminder from medical officials during the current blast of dangerous temperatures that have descended over the region.
The July 4th Holiday will be the busiest since numbers were tracked 18 years ago.
The North Penn School District has started an effort to help students for the next school year. The North Penn Community Build-A-Bag Backpack and School Supply Drive is underway.
Due to extreme temperatures over the next week, the Montgomery County Commissioners, on advice from the Montgomery County Department of Public Safety, have issued a Code Red Hot Weather Health Warning.
Sellersville cardiologist, Dr. Todd Aldefer advises everyone to get ready for the first sustained forecast of summer heat.
Bucks County D.A. Matt Weintraub says bomb making chemicals and four explosive devices were confiscated Thursday in Milford Township.
Law enforcement officials in Montgomery County have dismantled a drug ring that distributed large amounts of cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana and the deadly narcotic Fentanyl.
Towamencin officials are doing more homework before they take action on a permit application for an outdoor target range on Kulp Road near Fischer’s park.
AFSME District Council 88, based in Plymouth Meeting, reacts to the Supreme Court’s ruling that public employees who do not belong to their union, no longer have to pay union dues.