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This Memorial Day, check out these 7 gateways to nature in the Montgomery County area.
Looking for a great deal or looking for something unexpected? These 5 estate sales might be for you.
A recent study analyzed the happiness of every county in the United States. Montgomery County ranked among the highest in the nation.
It was a busy week in Ardmore.
Use our mapquest gas-price tool to find the lowest price wherever you are this Memorial Day Weekend.
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The weather is looking good for Pennsylvania's Fish For Free Day, which is Sunday. Don't forget the sunscreen, it'll be hot, though.
The Montgomery County DA's office is getting things done: they convicted 9,387 cases in 2015, good for 98.1 of the total.
Lower Merion's star two-miler, Matthew D'Aquila, will race the 3200 meter run at the state championships on Saturday.
Find out what homes recently sold for in your neighborhood.
The Grill Masters at LongHorn Steakhouse will be available to answer backyard chefs’ burning questions.
HS Fire Set By Student / $37K Taken From Day Care / Professor Killed Crossing Street: Pa's Top Crime News
Take a look at some of the top crime stories from across the Philadelphia area over the past week.
The fire at a Montgomery County high school on Tuesday which led to an evacuation was intentionally set by a student, the DA said Friday.
Lower Merion's Memorial Day celebrations are set for the big holiday. Here's what you should know.
Sunscreen isn't what it used to be — nor is the advice on how to use it.
The project aims to "keep the lights on" in Lower Merion by removing vegetation where it could cause electrical outages.
The December ruling that the mixed use development of businesses and luxury homes on Cricket Ave can proceed was upheld.
The Philadelphia meteorologist was out for a run when she came across an owl in distress.
Uber will offer a 40 percent discount to commuters from selected SEPTA Regional Rail stations this summer.