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Pope Francis urged the world's families to unite as one to fight against climate change.
The highest-ranking Montco community on Niche.com's 'Best Suburbs to Raise a Family in Pennsylvania' list is Narberth.
Niche.com has ranked Lower Merion as number 16 on a new list of Best Suburbs to Raise a Family in Pennsylvania.
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The Weather Channel is calling for ”heavy” thunderstorms Sunday throughout the Philadelphia region.
The driver was also "using nicknames" for students, which is apparently against policy.
Dozens of athletes from Pennsylvania were picked by Major League Baseball teams in 2015’s First Year Player Draft.
Charles Meredith, 54, a former Country Day School of the Sacred Heart coach, pleaded guilty in Montgomery County Court Wednesday.
The township is in the middle of getting public input on its comprehensive plan draft. One final input session is planned for next month.
Pa. State Senator Daylin Leach reacted with humor to Donald Trump's announcement he'll seek the Republican nomination for president.
Tom Burlington alleged he was racially discriminated against when he was fired in 2007. A judge disagreed.
The bill, which passed the state Senate unanimously, delays the Keystone Exam graduation requirement until the 2018-2019 school year.
Philadelphia Police are seeking a suspect in connection with a rash of cab thefts in West Philadelphia. Eight have been reported in a week.
Regal Theaters, including the location in Plymouth Meeting, will be offering $1 movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Five people needed medical attention Saturday night after breathing dangerous fumes at a pizza shop in Suburban Square.
The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook, saying thunderstorms will be accompanied by heavy rainfall.
The accident occurred Sunday morning on West City Avenue in Bala Cynwyd, sending two passengers to the hospital.
The renewed contract still faces approval from the members of the Philadelphia Association of Catholic Teachers.
The Pennsylvania State Police is accepting applications for its cadet program until June 30.