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Bill Cosby has filed a breach of contract lawsuit against Andrea Constand, who accused him of sexually assaulting her, which led the Montgomery County D.A.’s office to issue a warrant for his arrest on December 31st.
A Harleysville investment agency has been hit with a cease and desist order from the State Department of Banking and Securities. The license of Financial Triumph Associates was canceled two years ago after a 2012 audit discovered the business was falling short in several areas vital to its customers. Officials say Financial Triumph Associates continued […]
Newly released 2015 SAT scores show promising numbers for two Bucks County school districts.
The U.S. Supreme Court lost one of its Justices last weekend when Antonin Scalia died at the age of 79.
Embattled Attorney General Kathleen Kane will not seek another term in office as Pennsylvania’s Attorney General.
Another winter storm snarled the morning commute, causing a series of school delays.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has earmarked 1.4 million dollars to Bucks and Montgomery Counties for public housing projects.
The norovirus that made 200 students and staff members sick last week at Ursinus College forced the college to temporarily close its cafeteria.
Montgomery County State Rep. Todd Stephens will chair the impeachment investigation of Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
The Montgomery County Health Department says the outbreak of sickness at Ursinus College last week was a norovirus.
The Zika virus is transmitted through a mosquito bite.
Classes resumed Monday at Ursinus College after a stomach illness quickly spread last week, which sickened nearly 200 students and staff.
Rush hour traffic on Green Lane Road in Towamencin has become a little more complicated.
PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards stated that as of January 1st of 2017 drivers will no longer required to put stickers on their license plates.
It’s no revelation that the extreme cold temperatures pose a danger to anyone who is outside for extended periods of time.
Ursinus College voluntarily canceled afternoon and evening classes Thursday and all Friday classes.
The Fairmount Fire Company responded to a home on Squirrel Lane in Lansdale late Thursday just before 4PM for the report of a fire.