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Congratulations to the GED program at Montgomery County Community College on an impressive milestone.
A new beer garden has opened on the 50th and 51st stories of a skyscraper in Center City.
The Summit is part of the White House-led National Cancer Moonshot Initiative to build new collaborations to fight cancer.
Check out these recently sold homes in the local area, courtesy of Zillow.
The FDA has approved a new device from a Montgomery County company which pumps food out of the stomach after meals.
The Ben Franklin Bridge will be lit up in rainbow colors in support of the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando.
Well done, Carlina Green.
IRS scammers are "stooping to a new low," according to local police.
The next hearing date in the ongoing Bill Cosby criminal trial has been set.
Main Line Health is opening a new colorectal center at Lankenau in Wynnewood with several renown colorectal surgeons.
Theodore Jude Clement was stillborn on November 21, 2015. Now his parents are making a donation in his memory.
Will fishermen in the Catfish Derby haul in a river monster this weekend? Flathead catfish season is in full swing.
Star basketball player Akyra Murray had just graduated with the class of 2016 before she was shot and killed during the attack in Orlando.
A candle light vigil is planned in Philadelphia on Monday night for the victims of the attack in Orlando.
Summer reading begins today at libraries around the area. What are you reading this summer?
Peter Jok Atem allegedly stabbed a man to death in retaliation for a prank the day before, according to authorities.
The 10th Annual Bobtoberfest 4 Mile Run is characterized by the Oktoberfest theme with race staff dressed in traditional German clothing.
As the investigation into the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history continues, information on the killer and victims emerges.
'Thoughts And Prayers Aren't Enough': PA Leaders Call For Action After Orlando Nightclub Shooting Kills 50
Pennsylvania leaders react to worst mass shooting in country's history, as Philly holds LGBT pride parade and local vigils are planned.