It was during a routine health check up in late fall that Governor Wolf tested positive for a mild case of prostate cancer.
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The failure of lawmakers and the Wolf Administration to pass a State budget for 2015-16 could soon impact some schools on Montgomery County.
A Lansdale man could face a possible maximum sentence of 38 to 77 years in prison after he admitted to possessing and distributing child pornography.
A former Chair of the Montgomery County Republican Committee, Bob Kerns no longer has a law license after to agreeing to his disbarment by the State Supreme Court.
Tax season has the Bucks County Department of Consumer Protection again sending out a warning to consumers concerning I.R.S. scams.
The Central Bucks Regional Police Department will begin patrolling Chalfont, the third municipality to fall under the department’s jurisdiction.
Montgomery County Commissioner Chair, Josh Shapiro received a vote of confidence after Governor Wolf endorsed his candidacy for State Attorney General.
A Sellersville man has been sentenced after being arrested in early September on serious drug charges.
Cancer has taken the life of Montgomery County’s former coroner, Dr. Walter Hoffman. He died Friday at the age of 79.
His name has been mentioned as a replacement for late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. New Jersey Senator Corey Booker says, representing New Jersey is a job he values. Senator Booker says, it’s possible to reach across political parties in an effort to pass new legislation. Senator Booker says, he’s been able to reach […]
Request denied, Bill Cosby’s wife, 71 year old, Camille Cosby, hoped to have her deposition postponed in a defamation lawsuit filed by seven woman who accuse her husband, entertainer Bill Cosby of sexually assaulting them. The women accuse Cosby of offering them a beverage that was dosed with a drug, believed to be a quaalude, […]
Governor Wolf’s Secretary of Policy and Planning, John Hanger, steps down. Hanger is leaving the Wolf Administration, saying that commuting from Massachusetts to Harrisburg has taken its toll on him physically and that he wants to spend more time with his wife and daughter. Hanger’s style was often direct in representing the Wolf Administration, particularly […]
72 million dollars in high school renovations, it’s not the only concern for the Quakertown Community School District. The District is also looking over how to find 65 million dollars of work that needs to be carried out on additional properties owned by the District. The School Board was presented the large dollar figures at […]
Montgomery County Commissioner Chair, Josh Shapiro gets two thumbs up from Governor Wolf in his run for the Attorney General’s Office. Wolf made the announcement over the weekend. In a statement wolf called Shapiro a proven reformer who will restore integrity to Harrisburg. “Josh is the best choice to be our next Attorney General. I […]
The Montgomery County Commissioners Thursday approved a new labor contract with county detectives. The county’s 34 detectives will receive a yearly salary increase of 2.95 percent during the new four year deal. The average annual salary of a county detective is currently $93,766. The contract calls for detectives to pay a larger proportion of health […]
Drew Lewis was born in Norristown and a lifelong resident of Lower Salford, making his mark as C.E.O of Warner Cable and Union Pacific Railroad. He passed away last weekend. Lewis’ life in public service will also be remembered, particularly during the air traffic controllers strike in 1981, when he was Ronald Reagan’s Transportation Secretary. […]
State Senator Daylin Leach addressed the Montgomery County Commissioners at their business meeting Thursday. Previously the commissioners had not minced words in expressing their frustration with the state budget impasse but leach escaped their ire as he put the best face he could on the stalemate in Harrisburg. “It has sort of sucked the oxygen […]
Dozens of emergency responders from 17 fire and rescue organizations broke bread together in North Wales Wednesday night during the 5th Fire District Awards Dinner.