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NYPD located the 23-year-old Staten Island woman last Friday afternoon.
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By James Boyle The Wildcats face Easton's Lafayette College in Thursday's opening round face-off in the NCAA college basketball tournament.
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The rain, which will be possibly heavy at times, will begin Saturday morning and could result in some flooding of poor drainage areas.
Sean Moses, 37, waived all 454 counts for court, including 258 counts of invasion of privacy and one count of child pornography.
Residents can report potholes to the township, Lower Merion said.
McNeil will pay $25 million after pleading guilty to selling children’s medications tainted with nickel and chromium, the DOJ announced.
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Discuss issues with the Montgomery County Commissioners during an event Saturday.
The Montgomery County Overdose Task Force offered more than two dozen recommendations to combat the rise of opioid-related deaths.
The trees distributed will be 3- to 4-foot, lightly branched bare-root seedlings.
A new website provides information about how much each district would receive in funding from the governor's 2015-16 budget proposal.
States out west have been dealing with horse hair theft for years. The alarming trend has recently reached Eastern Pennsylvania.
Cayman Naib’s body was found Sunday, March 8, in Darby Creek, only a few hundred yards from his family’s Newtown Square home.
There will be impaired driving checkpoints combined with roving patrols, police said.
People have been putting blue ribbons on mailboxes and trees to honor the memory of the Main Line teen, whose body was found Sunday.
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Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate is still below the U.S. rate of 5.7 percent.