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Keep your cats and dogs inside or safe in kennels to avoid run ins with the animal.
BREAKING: Six suspects have been arrested in the bust of a gun trafficking organization operated out of Montgomery County, the DA announced.
What gender are the new jaguar cubs at Elmwood Park Zoo? The zoo held a special party Friday morning to reveal that to the public.
A lack of sponsors led the event to be cancelled, but the public is pushing to find a way for the race to go on.
Luckily, no one was injured and the home did not sustain damage.
The four seniors placed in the top 2 percent of teams around the world.
Good news: It's looking increasingly like the weather won't get in the way of your Super Bowl-watching plans Sunday.
Gov. Tom Wolf will give his annual budget address Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 11:30 a.m., according to an announcement from his office.
You have four chances to see the young actors' production of the 1895 Oscar Wilde play.
Most recent jobs:
An open house planned by the right realtor can help you in any number of ways. Check out those around Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood...
Breaking: a fire at a PECO station led to a brief power outage at the King of Prussia Mall
More than 15 positions are available with the summer camp. Apply now so you don't miss out on a great opportunity.
The Regeneron Science Talent Search is one of the most prestigious science competitions for high school students in the country.
Beginning Thursday night, a Code Blue cold weather emergency declaration is in effect in Montgomery County.
Two firefighters and one resident were injured in the fire.
The four-course special menu is sure to give you and your partner a romantic dinner on Valentine's Day.
Patch has all the details on today's road closures in Lower Merion Township to help you avoid traffic pains.
A Montgomery County pediatrician charged with child porn was found dead in prison in December. More than a month later, questions abound.
Contrary to what you may have heard, there is plenty of opportunity in the Keystone State. Find out where.