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All of the Philadelphia region is standing behind the Villanova Wildcats Saturday night. Check here for the live score and updates.
The Phillies are coming back to Philadelphia Monday for their home opener.
Andrew Lawrence Cooper's mother warned police that he was armed with "several firearms of various calibers."
Is your dog licensed? Up to date on vaccinations?
Who has the best pizza in Ardmore? In Montgomery County? Vote now.
It's not the first time that Jameel Earthy East has claimed his sentence for killing his three month old baby is too harsh.
RSVP is inviting community members to volunteer for a cause they are passionate about.
A Villanova University professor is facing hundreds of charges in connection with child porn authorities say he had in his computer.
Do not read when hungry! There are at least 50 new restaurants set to open in the Philly region this spring and summer, the Inquirer reports
Spring may have arrived on the calendar but cold weather is on the way. Find out how to protect your plants.
An intoxicated Havertown man pretended to be an undercover police officer during an early-morning incident earlier this month, police say.
Warning to pet owners: dogs along the Main Line have been disappearing in dognapping incidents, CBS Philly reports.
The 2016 NCAA Tournament is down to the Final Four. A Villanova win could be a "mini-episode of what happened with the Pope," reports state.
Lower Merion was recognized as one of the 118 schools across the nation with the SupportMusic Merit Award (SMMA).
A very unique show will be performed in Ardmore this spring.
The audience cheered when one attendee said that the District Attorney's office had sensationalized the alleged sodomy and hazing incident.
Motorists should plan for delays.
In the early 19th century, 57 Irish immigrants died building the railroad in Malvern from which the Main Line eventually took its name.
7,800 pounds of prescription drugs were disposed of in Montgomery County in 2015.