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State Sen. Daylin Leach is working to ensure that every child that can be safely vaccinated, is vaccinated.
In its seventh Year, Wynnewood's Healh Career Academy continues to improve graduation rates in local schools.
After his release for two bank heists in 2015, Keith Ney returned to the same banks and robbed them again, according to the U.S. Attorney.
Willie Williams had a historic career, breaking racial barriers to be the first African-American police commissioner in both Philly and LA.
The Flyers defenseman could be charged with driving under the influence, reports state.
The program teaches students about nutrition, shopping on a budget, and how to use this knowledge to give back to local food banks.
A Washington Post analysis looks at housing prices before and after the financial collapse. How was Ardmore affected?
Eight Ardmore doctors have been recognized as being among the region's best, according to an annual report.
A man was fatally shot during an altercation at a church service in Montgomery County on Sunday.
Congratulations! It marks an incredible 18 victories in the last 19 years for the Rams squad.
On multiple occasions, Straff described to an undercover detective the specific sex acts he wished to perform on a 14-year-old female.
91 Main Line Health doctors have been recognized as being among the region's best, according to an annual report.
Did the area support Donald Trump, John Kasich, or Ted Cruz?
In case you missed it: if the bottle is picked up and shaken, it will explode in 30 seconds or less with enough force to remove extremities.
The tragic incident occurred Tuesday evening.
How did Lower Merion residents vote in the Democratic Pennsylvania Primary? We have the numbers here.
Current attorney and St. Joseph's University graduate Nikki Johnson-Huston was once homeless. She fought back.
The Penn Relays, the oldest and largest international track and field relay meet in the world, are coming to Philadelphia on Thursday.