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A sixth grader's writing exercise resulted in Temple University's head football coach and athletic director visiting Copper Beech.
With heavy rain predicted in the area, the township closed the fords out of public safety concerns.
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Her son was attacked and she claims a loophole in the state law allowed the dog to be considered innocent, despite an unprovoked attack.
How much they raised in just a few days is astonishing. Incredible job, kids!
A 19-year-old Temple University student and graduate of Norristown Area High School is running for school board.
Whether you're expecting or have had your baby, Hatch has lots of resources to make childbearing years safer, healthier, and easier.
A portion of chardonnay sales in April will go to The Dan Marino Foundation, which empowers those with autism and other disabilities.
The temporary parking plan will cut parking spaces in Ardmore by more than 100
The baby jaguars are growing, and as they grow, they're learning to play. Check out this great video and submit your naming idea today.
It looks like the Easter Bunny isn't welcome everywhere this year.
Patch has all the new homes up for sale in your area right here.
Ralph Archbold was born on January 17, the same day as Ben Franklin himself.
A group of strangers attacked a 14-year-old boy at the King of Prussia Mall on Friday for no apparent reason, according to reports.
A big storm coming from the South could hit eastern Pennsylvania this week and act like a nor'easter.
The fire broke out on Elm Avenue in Ardmore Saturday morning.
The man allegedly tried to use another person's Verizon account to get a new phone.
Local Heroes: The Valley Forge Freedoms Foundation recently honored Norristown's police chief and a local student who intervened in a fight.