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Woman’s Murder Captured on Security Video

A Philadelphia man accused of stabbing and running over a woman in the parking of Vector Security in Whitemarsh Township just before 2:15 Friday morning is charged with 1st and 3rd degree murder.

Volpe Enterprises Continues Its Outreach

Volpe Enterprises is known for its quality work, but the long time North Wales based business is also known for its involvement with the community and organizations that help people.

State Officials Talk Pensions and Pot on WNPV

State pension funds and legalizing marijuana, the two topics were center stage on Comment Please By Univest Thursday afternoon with two top state official on the program.

Lansdale to Honor Dick Stricker

One of the last true characters of Lansdale is the posthumous winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award in the Borough this year.

Residents Oppose Development in Lower Salford

Vote yes, no or do nothing. Those are the options that will be before the Lower Salford Supervisors on September 5th as they consider two rezoning requests that would bring more than 130 new housing units into the township.

Man Abused By Priest Urges Victims to Speak Up

A man is speaking out after his abuser, former priest John Sweeney was convicted after pleading guilty of molesting him when he was ten years old at the St. Margaret Mary Parrish school.

Faith Was Driving Force For Many Eagles

The Biggest Win, a new book authored by Joshua Cooley, covers the path that many of the Philadelphia Eagles followed on the way to the first Super Bowl win in franchise history.

Is U.S. Prepared For Pandemic and Bio-Terror

In 2014 a blue ribbon study panel of former elected officials was formed to investigate the potential loss of life from a global pandemic and bio-terror attack.