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David Macaulay is probably best known for his "The Way Things Work" books and is coming to the Main Line soon.
A man who broke into several businesses across Montgomery County through a variety of rooftop acrobatics has been arrested, the DA said.
The local man accused of viciously beating his children and wife over a six-year period is facing a host of new charges.
You may be a little pleased, and you may be disappointed by what's expected for Easter weekend.
Mosquito season is upon us in Montgomery County. Here's how to stay safe from mosquito-borne diseases the like West Nile and Zika viruses.
The Main Line hospital earned an "A" in 2016. But what's its 2017 grade?
Patch brings you the latest homes on the market. Check out the latest homes for sale in and around Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood...
Trash and recycling will still be collected Friday, however.
Get your free coffee Thursday at Wawa.
A Montco man escaped from a Texas halfway house in 1996 and has been living under another man's identity ever since, the US Attorney said.
The road may be closed Friday depending on the work's progress, the township said.
Police departments across Montgomery County are helping citizens dispose of potentially dangerous medications lingering in cabinets.
Two more food locations will open in King of Prussia this summer, as the Town Center continues to grow.
Jules is collecting 400 backpacks to donate to local foster children. If you bring one, you'll get a handsome reward: a free medium pizza.
The ex-attorney used the money meant for special needs clients for his own purposes, including meals, movie tickets, and sporting goods: DA.
President Eric Barron suggested that the continued defiance of the rules could mean "the beginning of the end of Greek life at Penn State."
Lower Merion School District is keeping the music arts alive and well. Great job!
Dr. David J. Reich will serve as treasurer of a group that helps shape national organ transplant policies.