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New apartments, condos and houses to rent are available everyday. Browse the latest listings, from pet-friendly to super swanky.
The International Spring Festival will feature 15 types of international cuisine and six stages of live music from around the globe.
"I've never seen so many smiling faces here," said one volunteer, describing the transformation of the oncology ward into a fun walk course.
Montgomery County's Boardroom Spirits has been honored with five national awards by the American Distilling Institute.
This DIY glitter jar is fun to make, fascinating to shake and doubles as a toy and a thinking exercise.
Do you think "unannounced sweeps" with drug-sniffing dogs are a good idea?
Head to Schauffele Plaza at 10 a.m. for lots of Easter fun!
From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., the township will help you declutter just in time for spring!
An open house planned by the right realtor can help you in any number of ways. Check out those around Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood...
Pennsylvania's most expensive home for sale right now is a $25 million behemoth in Forth Washington, according to Property Shark.
The new Legoland Discovery Center opened Thursday at the Plymouth Meeting Mall. Patch made a visit. Check out our pictures.
Traffic lights are out on Conshohocken State Road at Waverly, Spring Mill and Youngsford roads, according to the township.
William Dombrow, 77, faces up to 80 years prison time if found guilty.
Breaking: Beware of severe storms through 5 p.m. today, NWS says.
You might need a tissue when watching the emotional commendation ceremony.
Jackpot! There's a new millionaire in Montgomery County.
The man is accused of using fake IDs at Saks Fifth Avenue and is now facing felony charges.
Turn5, an e-commerce business in Chester County, is relocating and adding nearly 200 jobs over three years.
A sixth grader's writing exercise resulted in Temple University's head football coach and athletic director visiting Copper Beech.