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The Montgomery County District Attorney's Office said that the county leads all of Pennsylvania in distracted driving citations.
Don Pond spent time with the Narberth Paramedic Unit and the Penn Wynne Fire Company of Lower Merion Township. May he rest in peace.
A local mother has gone public with a note from a neighbor calling her Autistic son a 'wild animal' who is 'scaring my normal children.'
Kids activities, live music, earth day, free cycling, conservation, recycling, plant sale, composting, and much more.
References were made to a "Socom" rifle and "200 rounds of ammunition," police said.
A person made threats of violence with a semi-automatic weapon on the social media account of a North Penn school.
The groundbreaking ceremony marks the culmination of more than a decade of work towards improving public housing units in Montgomery County.
It's Wawa Day on Thursday, April 14. To celebrate, the chain will be giving out a free cup of coffee to every customer.
Monday was National Pets Day! Here are some restaurants in the area that will allow pets at outdoor tables.
The 2016 Junior Invitational features the largest International field in the event’s history, with competitors from 13 countries.
No foul play is suspected at this time, police said.
Parents in Pennsylvania spend nearly as much on daycare as they do on housing — and that's if they have just one child, a new study says.
A multi-course dinner prepared by the area's top chefs will benefit children's cancer charities.
It seemed like a routine call. But first responders quickly found that it was anything but that.
Dan Muroff is trying to raise awareness of gun violence after two men were shot, one fatally, near St. Joseph's University.
Khalid Yuzon has not paid up on $13,645 in child support, authorities say.
A rate reduction took effect April 10. The Postal Service says it will cost them $2 billion per year.
A 22-year-old Cabrini College student was found dead in a home in Montgomery County early Sunday, according to multiple reports.
The 'Father of the Philadelphia Flyers' is dead after a two-year battle with cancer, the team announced.