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“As a teacher and coach, (he) flagrantly...exploited the victim, manipulating her emotionally for his own sexual gratification."
The FBI continues its investigation into the disappearance of a couple who was last seen 11 years ago in Philadelphia.
Improve sidewalks, creating pedestrian-oriented developments, and improving transportation are just a few of the changes we can expect.
He believed the victim, an ex-convict, had been harassing his daughter.
The Villanova junior is looking to raise money to film and produce her short feature herself.
"We’re not going to rush because people are impatient," the DA said about the investigation into LeSean McCoy's night club incident.
Prices continue to plummet around the area. It's the cheapest gas has been in the Philadelphia area in over a decade, AAA says.
A new list compiled by Niche.com ranked The Shipley School as the 18th best in the state.
A year later, the loss of a "gorgeous, witty soul" inspires his mother's crusade to make sure the same thing never happens again.
Who desrves the Service to Ardmore Award? Community Bright Spot Award? And numerous others.
Two of the suspects allegedly sexually assaulted the victim's daughter in September, and said they would kill her family if she told anyone.
The comedian alleges that Andrea Constand, his accuser, signed a nondisclosure agreement that prevented her from speaking with authorities.
In light of Highway Safety Law Awareness week, state officials are pointing out four driver safety laws that are often overlooked.
Officials want the center to improve Montgomery Avenue's "walkability" as part of the conditions of approval.
"Operation EverStart" busted the local business owner who allegedly brought heroin into Montgomery County hidden in car batteries.
That's a lot of miles.
Quick thinking has the community lauding two local cops as heroes.
Quick thinking has the community lauding two Lower Merion cops as heroes.