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Supervisor Chairman Joe Walsh resigned Monday night in advance of taking the oath as a Montgomery County Judge later this month.
A Montgomery County Jury is now in place hearing opening statements Tuesday morning for the trial of state Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
The Towamencin Township Supervisors have approved an ordinance that regulates wind energy systems.
Another priest abuse scandal rocks the Catholic Church.
Republican candidates vying for the 8th Congressional District seat, Dr. Marc Duome, Andy Warren and Brian Fitzpatrick, the brother of Mike Fitzpatrick, will debate the issues Tuesday night in Chalfont.
Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Bob Casey says, defeating ISIS is an on going process, and the focus of cutting off funding needs to continue and be seamless.
Super Tuesday is looking good for Donald Trump. On the local level, Trump is getting a vote of confidence.
Pennsylvania U.S Senator Pat Toomey sponsors a bill to the address the heroin and opiode epidemic.
Scranton resident, Joe Peters has thrown his hat in the ring for a run at the Attorney General’s Office on the republican ticket.
Some more challenges are in the works for motorists that use green lane road in Towamencin.
There was a full house at the Central Schwenkfelder Church in Worcester on Saturday as friends and family of former United States Transportation Secretary Drew Lewis gathered to remember him.
The 8th Congressional District seat is up for grabs in November after Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick’s promise not to run again.
An East Rockhill man, who will soon stand trial after being accused of possessing child pornography, is back in Bucks County prison after police confiscated his home computer and found more illegal images on Wednesday.
A Franklin and Marshall College poll released Thursday shows 2 out of 3 registered voters feel the state is on the wrong track.
The Judicial Crisis Network says it’s a dangerous time due to the likely nomination by President Obama of another Supreme Court Justice due to the death of Antonin Scalia.
A Lansdale man is accused of giving a Hatfield Township teen money and heroin for sex and then taking her to Florida last fall. He’s now behind bars on one million dollars bail.
The North Penn Y.M.C.A. will be managing the Towamencin Community pool on Weikel Road again during the upcoming swim season.