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Aaron Creekmore had recently threatened to kill his girlfriend, who resides in Norristown.
Two mosquito samples have tested positive for West Nile Virus in Montgomery County, the PA Department of Environmental Protection announced.
The latest attempt by Bill Cosby's legal team to have charges thrown out has failed.
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia ranked 2nd on a U.S. News and World Report assessment of best children's hospitals.
Philadelphia Congressman Chaka Fattah has been found guilty of conspiracy connected to bribery and fraud, the U.S. Attorney said Tuesday.
A 25-year-old aspiring entrepreneur who graduated from Harriton H.S. died June 12 after a battle with addiction.
Montgomery County will offer free testing and counseling for HIV leading up to National HIV Testing Day.
How long will this year's longest day be?
Looking for a bargain in the local area? Browse the latest foreclosures, as well as dozens of real estate listings in your area.
Denise Barger was found dead in her home on Heatherstone Drive Friday, multiple reports say.
Looking for an apartment or home to rent in the area?
The Patch jobs board is filled with employment opportunities.
What are your plans for Father's Day this year?
Know - or own - a great small business in Lower Merion? We want to hear about it.
Letter to the Editor: it's time for Montgomery County and Pennsylvania lawmakers to support gun reform.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike will be closed in both directions outside of Philadelphia beginning at 12:01 a.m. Saturday.
Elisabeth Anna Floyd, 34, will be charged with third-degree murder in the killing of a 96-year-old man whom she had never met, the DA said.
After a lengthy search on foot led to a lockdown of a local school, a K-9 unit helped save the day.
SEPTA hopes their schedule changes will help improve "on time performance" of the regional rail lines.