PHILADELPHIA — U.S. Attorney William M. McSwain announced that John Brown, 28, of Norristown, was sentenced to 52 years imprisonment, lifetime supervised release, a $600 special assessment, and a $25,000 assessment under the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act by the Honorable Gene E.K. Pratter.
NORRISTOWN — A Luzerne County woman was sent to prison for driving under the influence of alcohol and causing a two-vehicle crash in Lower Moreland that left the second driver seriously injured.
NORRISTOWN — A Horsham man who once volunteered as a youth sports referee was sent to jail after he was convicted of charges he had inappropriate and unlawful electronic communications with five boys under the age of 13.
NORRISTOWN — A Bucks County man is on his way to jail after he was convicted by a Montgomery County Court jury of charges he had indecent contact with a 12-year-old Horsham girl as she slept and while he was visiting her family’s residence.
NORRISTOWN — An Abington mother and her boyfriend, characterized as “monsters” by prosecutors, bowed their heads as a Montgomery County jury determined they intentionally killed the woman’s 4-year-old son during a prolonged beating.
UPPER OXFORD — Brandywine Valley SPCA officials Thursday removed 25 animals and the remains of a half-dozen others from a home on the 100 block of Street Road in Upper Oxford in which officials found maggots, fleas, feces, urine and flies.
LANSDALE — A $274 million budget, with a deficit of roughly $6.7 million and a 2.3 percent tax increase for North Penn School District taxpayers, is now official.
LANSDALE — If you're a SEPTA commuter who parks in or around Lansdale, or a resident who has commuters park in your neighborhood, keep next Thursday night free.
The Department of Revenue has issued a warning to Pennsylvanians to be cautious of a scam targeting seniors and people with disabilities who receive rebates through the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program.
NORRISTOWN — Wearing black Latex protective gloves, jurors carefully examined the blue “flip flop,” or sandal, that prosecutors alleged an Abington woman and her boyfriend used as an instrument of punishment during the fatal beating of the woman’s 4-year-old son.
COATESVILLE— Students from Bishop Shanahan High School’s STEM team won the grand champion title at Gov. Wolf’s STEM Competition this year. The theme was “Improving Pennsylvania through STEM.”
WEST CHESTER — Sen. Katie Muth (D-Berks, Chester, Montgomery) joined advocates of the clean energy movement Wednesday as they rallied to promote renewable energy initiatives at the state Capitol.
LANSDALE — A motion referencing one of Lansdale's busiest intersections is on the agenda for council June 19, but don't expect to see any changes there.
NORRISTOWN — A smiling Malachi was front and center in the crowd on Tuesday afternoon, assuring prominent participation in a “part of history.”
NORRISTOWN — An Abington woman and her boyfriend who are accused of fatally beating the woman’s 4-year-old son showed no emotion and did not react to or look at photos of the boy’s battered body as they were displayed for a jury on a large projection screen in court.
MALVERN—A museum celebrating the work and legacy of one of America’s most influential sculptors and craftsman will receive $25,000 in state grant funding, .
NORRISTOWN — A jury has been seated in Montgomery County Court for the trial of the mother of a 4-year-old Abington boy accused along with her boyfriend of taking part in the boy’s fatal beating after he spilled his cereal.
NORRISTOWN — A North Coventry man who burglarized a Collegeville residence and jumped into the nearby Perkiomen Creek while fleeing from police is on his way to prison after he admitted to the break-in.
PLYMOUTH — A Plymouth Meeting company that began 35 years ago with "one man and a truck" in the petroleum industry has now grown to more than 200 employees servicing today's largest fuel retailers as a top Underground Storage Tank Compliance Testing and Compliance Management company.
Gov. Tom Wolf is once again pushing for a fee on residents of municipalities that use Pennsylvania State Police for full-time police coverage as the budget cycle for the next fiscal year enters the homestretch.
NORRISTOWN — A Pottstown man who embezzled more than $240,000 from the Lansdale business where he once worked and used it to pay for personal expenses, including “vacations to Disney World,” must report to jail next month.
LANSDALE — Borough staff have announced the discovery of an error in billing for certain electric department customers that could require an additional charge for local residents and businesses.
LANSDALE — How can Lansdale residents show their commitment to making sure their town goes green, and give their feedback and recommendations on how to do so?
NORRISTOWN — A Bucks County man is awaiting his fate from a judge after he admitted to domestic abuse, choking his onetime girlfriend during an argument in a vehicle while traveling in Montgomery Township.
NORRISTOWN — Dubbed the “Serial Suburban Burglar,” a Philadelphia man faces more than five decades in prison after a judge imposed consecutive time behind bars for each of his 31 burglaries or attempted break-ins in Montgomery and Bucks counties.
HARRISBURG — Three buses of Pottstown activists were among the more than 1,000 people who converged on the state capitol Wednesday to fight for fair education funding.
LANSDALE — After a year and a half on the books, the Fairmount Fire Company is asking Lansdale Borough to consider increasing a contribution meant to help retain and recruit firefighters.
A Worcester man who co-owned an East Norriton restaurant admitted to having indecent contact with an underage boy at the eatery and now awaits his fate from a judge.
NORTH WALES — As North Wales Borough continues celebrating the 150th anniversary of the town's incorporation, word has spread as far as the state Capitol, and even overseas.
LANSDALE — The news has gotten slightly better for the North Penn School Board, as they approach a final vote next week on adopting a budget for 2019-20.
NORRISTOWN — Montgomery County Commissioners started off Thursday's meeting by recognizing the Montgomery County-Norristown Public Library.
LANSDALE — Talks on the plans for the North Penn School District to renovate Knapp Elementary School have started, publicly, in Lansdale Borough.
NORRISTOWN — It was 42 years ago that Joanne Strizziere began working in the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office and as she retired this week coworkers reminisced and heaped praise on the “dedicated public servant.”
LANSDALE — Inside the main lobby of Lansdale's municipal building stands a century-old electric generator, with a wooden frame and wire coils standing next to a marker describing how power first flowed from it to local residents in 1899.
NORRISTOWN — Gov. Tom Wolf participated at a rally at the Montgomery County Courthouse Friday to observe National Gun Violence Awareness Day.
NORRISTOWN — A Phoenixville man who reportedly “figured he would get caught at some point,” must report to jail after he admitted to possessing child pornography on a computer at his Upper Merion workplace.
UPPER MERION — In 2016, it became drastically clear that the King Of Prussia Volunteer Fire Company, the busiest of the township's three fire companies, could no longer sustain the level of activity it had enjoyed only 16 years earlier