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Another week full of break-ins kept township police busy.
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The map below shows which areas have the most people working from home.
Add your yard, garage or estate sale to our list, and we will post them all in a map before the weekend.
The Department of Justice had shut down its national website, but local alerts were unaffected.
See what local homes sold in September.
Watch out for stormy weather across southeastern Pennsylvania on Monday.
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The following information comes from Friends' Central School: Friends’ Central School is pleased to announce that 25 percent of the Class of 2014 who took the PSAT during their junior year have been recognized by the National Merit Scholar
The following information comes from Lower Merion Township:From Friday, October 11th through Sunday, October 13th, 2013, Lower Merion Township Police will conduct Impaired Driving Checkpoints combined with Roving Patrols in t
Federal authorities' move to shut down Silk Road, the now infamous online black market, introduces many parents to a dark world they didn't know existed.
Assistant Store Manager - Sears in King of Prussia is lookin
Also making headlines: Federal government shutdown, bomb threat at Bucks County Community College, and kitten hit with broomstick handle.
Check out these unusual police stories from around Greater Philly.
The shutdown’s effects cascade into the lives of many Americans not directly involved.
By Leann PettitW.S. Badger Co. Inc. announced a recall of its 4-ounce SPF 30 baby sunscreen lotion and 4-ounce SPF 30 kids sunscreen lotion due to a microbial contamination.
By Leann PettitCBS will be holding open casting call for 'The Amazing Race' at the Marmot Store in the King of Prussia Mall on Saturday, Oct. 12, from noon until 3 p.m.
Check our map to see where your fellow Patch users are holding yard, garage and estate sales this weekend.
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