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The Montgomery County District Attorney's Office "Drug Take Back Day" was a success, to say the least.
Check out Main Line Family Music, Patch's featured small business of the week.
Nearly 800 miles of highway in Pennsylvania will now have a 70 mph speed limit as of Tuesday, May 3, authorities announced this week.
May 2 - 7 is Teacher Appreciation Week and many Pennsylvania retailers are offering freebies and deals on food, clothing, books and more.
A new study ties a community's average income to the success of its students. Find out how Lower Merion compares.
Methacton High School graduate Crystal Burnick turned in a dominating performance at one of the region's most competitive road races.
The sports retailer with over 450 locations nationwide, including North Wales and Abington, had filed for Chapter 11 in March.
Several area students have been nationally honored for excellence in language exams.
A body was found Saturday evening in a car parked at the Target store in King of Prussia, Upper Merion Police said.
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"Ridding medicine cabinets of these medications is an important step in combating the growing opioid and heroin epidemic."
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State Sen. Daylin Leach is working to ensure that every child that can be safely vaccinated, is vaccinated.
In its seventh Year, Wynnewood's Healh Career Academy continues to improve graduation rates in local schools.
After his release for two bank heists in 2015, Keith Ney returned to the same banks and robbed them again, according to the U.S. Attorney.
Willie Williams had a historic career, breaking racial barriers to be the first African-American police commissioner in both Philly and LA.
The Flyers defenseman could be charged with driving under the influence, reports state.
The program teaches students about nutrition, shopping on a budget, and how to use this knowledge to give back to local food banks.