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What are your plans for Father's Day this year?
Know - or own - a great small business in Lower Merion? We want to hear about it.
Letter to the Editor: it's time for Montgomery County and Pennsylvania lawmakers to support gun reform.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike will be closed in both directions outside of Philadelphia beginning at 12:01 a.m. Saturday.
Elisabeth Anna Floyd, 34, will be charged with third-degree murder in the killing of a 96-year-old man whom she had never met, the DA said.
After a lengthy search on foot led to a lockdown of a local school, a K-9 unit helped save the day.
SEPTA hopes their schedule changes will help improve "on time performance" of the regional rail lines.
Congratulations to the GED program at Montgomery County Community College on an impressive milestone.
A new beer garden has opened on the 50th and 51st stories of a skyscraper in Center City.
The Summit is part of the White House-led National Cancer Moonshot Initiative to build new collaborations to fight cancer.
Check out these recently sold homes in the local area, courtesy of Zillow.
The FDA has approved a new device from a Montgomery County company which pumps food out of the stomach after meals.
The Ben Franklin Bridge will be lit up in rainbow colors in support of the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando.
Well done, Carlina Green.
IRS scammers are "stooping to a new low," according to local police.
The next hearing date in the ongoing Bill Cosby criminal trial has been set.
Main Line Health is opening a new colorectal center at Lankenau in Wynnewood with several renown colorectal surgeons.
Theodore Jude Clement was stillborn on November 21, 2015. Now his parents are making a donation in his memory.
Will fishermen in the Catfish Derby haul in a river monster this weekend? Flathead catfish season is in full swing.