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A basketball camp this summer in Malvern will feature one of the all-time winningest coaches in NCAA history.
What were the most popular baby names in Pennsylvania in 2015? There's a new winner for girls. The top boy's name has been same since 2011.
A black bear was spotted wandering around Wissahickon Park on Friday morning, according to the Friends of the Wissahickon.
Ambulance tours, blood pressure screenings, book readings, safety tips and more will be held at numerous locations around the area.
A play based on the final hours of Trayvon Martin is opening in Philadelphia.
Nothing is worse than going through the hassle of setting up a yard sale and then not having enough people show up.
K9 Officer Rookie will be well protected while he's on the job.
One year ago, an Amtrak train derailed, killing eight people in Philadelphia. The cause of the crash will be released May 17, the NTSB says.
U.S. 422 will be closed for continued massive improvements throughout May, PennDOT announced.
Charles Antzelevitch, who works at Wynnewood's Laneknau Institute, has received a highly distinguished award.
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Philly will be the scene of the biggest block party of the summer when a 1,000-foot water slide arrives on Aug. 6.
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Lower Merion police will conduct impaired driving checkpoints and roving DUI patrols through the township on an upcoming weekend.
The next generation of police officers in Pennsylvania and around Montgomery County have graduated from the Municipal Police Academy.
The student winners of the prestigious award, selected from a pool of 15,000 finalists, will receive a $2,500 scholarship.
A report issued by the Schuylkill River Heritage Area had some impressive findings: the area generates $590 million each year.
After being released from the hospital after he shot himself, the 71-year-old suspect was arrested for the 2015 killing of an Abington man.
The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office was the first sheriff’s office in Pennsylvania to earn accreditation.