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Fireworks Company Fined Over Worker’s Death

A federal government agency has fined a fireworks company over an accidental death that occurred during a Fourth of July fireworks display last year in Quakertown.

Verdict Delivered in Robert Chae Murder Case

The verdict is guilty for two of the three Philadelphia men on trial for killing Montgomery Township resident Robert Chae during a robbery at his home on Gwynmont Drive just over a year ago.   24-year-old Joseph Page and 25-year-old Amatadi Latham were convicted of second degree murder.   19-year-old Karre Pitts was acquitted of all charges.   […]

2010 Election Ground-Zero

The 8th district congressional race may well be epicenter of the political world this fall.  Patrick Murphy will be in search of a third term.  Many believe his political ambition reaches beyond his current post.   He is very much representative of the current majority in congress.   The question is how closely does he reflect the […]

Developer O’Neill Sues Bank

Montgomery County-based Developer Brian O’Neill is suing Citizens Bank in a Philadelphia court, claiming the bank used fabricated defaults to recover money not yet due on millions of dollars worth of loans.

Q’ Mart Fined Over Maintenance Man’s Electrocution

The U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration has fined the Quakertown Farmers Market over a worker’s electrocution.

Q’ Mart Fined Over Maintenance Man’s Electrocution

The U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration has fined the Quakertown Farmers Market over a worker’s electrocution.