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2016 Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was in Oaks on Thursday ahead of the upcoming Pennsylvania primary.
The local Hair Cuttery and the National Network to End Domestic Violence are partnering to spread awareness.
TE is under fire again. A woman who coached and taught at the Main Line school is accused of having a sexual relationship with a student.
Katie McGinty came out on top of the Democrats vying for Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey's seat.
Among the items reported missing were a bag of jewelry, $20, a Rolex watch, and a digital camera.
Police are urging residents to "please try and avoid the area if possible."
A blaze in Upper Moreland has led to road closures as crews from several surrounding municipalities respond.
Many locations of the food chain across the country will sell sandwiches at a pretty awesome price Tuesday.
Sgt. James R. Miller died on April 20, 2004.
Fingerprinting, a visit from a medical helicopter, a chance to meet an arson-detecting dog: this is definitely not an ordinary kids camp.
The man broke into a local church in October and "left a big mess."
The presidential hopeful will rally supporters during an event Thursday in Oaks.
Annual April full moon set to glow Thursday night into Friday morning.
Volunteer events, cleanups, celebrations, art shows, and much more is happening around Montgomery County for Earth Day 2016.
The region’s only indoor skydiving operation is "delivering the dream of flight" to the Montgomery County area.
Winners receive a combined total of $2 million in scholarships and prizes, and move on to compete in an international competition.
The Lower Merion robotics team is one of just a few schools from the region that qualified for the international event.
The man found dying in an alleyway on Tuesday has been identified.
Mikey McGinley, swimmer and water polo player, loved spending his days at the beach working on the Sea Isle City and Avalon Beach Patrols.
Elephant Revival plays a distinctive cross of folk, bluegrass, Celtic, gypsy, and Americana.