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A Montco mom has taken her breastfeeding story to social media, bringing the local YMCA branch to apologize while under fire.
Two men were found shot on City Avenue near Lower Merion on Monday night, according to a report.
Three new retailers announced this week they are opening at the King of Prussia Mall.
The Montgomery County Commissioners will hold their next “Conversations with Commissioners” town hall meeting in Lower Merion.
At the end of the newly completed Cynwyd Heritage Trail, bikers, runners, and walkers have a delicious new option.
The festival combines regional craft beers, some of the city's best food trucks, and an after-dark look at the zoo's majestic creatures.
David Dunbar, who taught biology at Cabrini College, was killed Saturday night crossing Lancaster Avenue.
One person is dead and another has been arrested after a shooting in North Wales on Sunday.
"Hatboro-Horsham High School can help awaken the world to the precious abilities and dignity of every human being."
Several Ardmore residents are among the recent Montgomery County Community College graduates. See a full list here.
Check out thousands of new jobs in the local area on the Patch jobs board.
K9 Officer Rookie will be well protected while he's on the job.
Mars will be closer to Earth on Sunday than it has been for more than a decade.
A accident involving a tractor trailer and left one dead and several injured on Route 30 in Chester County.
Little Free Libraries are spreading rapidly around the country. Is there one in your neighborhood?
In case you missed them before: here are a few upcoming important dates to know for the end of the school year.
Recognizing the risk of contamination from harmful chemicals in the water supply, the state will provide residents with bottled water.
Everything you need to know about the 4th of July celebrations happening in Philadelphia this year.
Is your pet vaccinated? Get it done for free at an upcoming clinic in Montgomery County.
There were more homes sold in Montgomery County in 2015 than any year of the last seven, a recent study from the county shows.