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DIY network is looking for owners of historic, stone houses in Montgomery County to be featured on a new home renovation show. Know anyone?
“(When) we added soft serve ice cream, people stopped by and thank us for bringing this back to the community.”
Have you seen this man around?
Four more retailers announced they will join the King of Prussia Mall once a new, 155,000-square-foot addition debuts in August.
Where is the best place to fill up in town?
Events will include carnival rides, games, child fingerprinting, a giant slide, live music, a moonbounce, clowns, food, and much more.
Looking for something to do with the family this week? Seven Philadelphia museums are offering free admission leading up to July 4.
Under the federal program, inmates will attend Villanova University as part of the Second Chance Pell pilot program.
Bill Cosby, charged with indecent sexual assault in Montgomery County, might lose his honorary degree from the University of Connecticut.
Folcroft Borough Police Officer Christopher Dorman, who was shot seven times Friday, is being released from the hospital Monday.
Patch.com and Zillow.com have the latest listings of distressed properties in the local area.
Headed to the beach, out for fireworks or planning a picnic? Check out an early look at the holiday weekend forecast in Pennsylvania.
Trains were delayed by up to 40 minutes along the Paoli/Thorndale line Monday morning.
Zachary Simmons was out celebrating his cousin being drafted to the 76ers when he was hit early Saturday morning, authorities said.
Officer Chris Dorman underwent several surgeries and is expected to make a full recovery. Shooting suspect charged; held on $1 million bail.
The popular restaurant and kitchen hub is bringing a new location to City Avenue.
Developing the Schuylkill River Trail, restoring river quality, promoting riverside economic development: what do you care about the most?
What's been going on in town over the past week?
Find a great rental in town today.
June is National Camping Month in Pennsylvania. Where are you going camping this summer?