NORRISTOWN — A Souderton man is in jail awaiting his fate from a judge after he admitted to possessing child pornography.
NORRISTOWN — More than 30 superintendents from districts in five counties across the greater Philadelphia area announced their intentions to tackle charter school reform during a press conference Monday at the start of National School Choice Week.
NORRISTOWN — A judge told a Pottstown man that if a dictionary included photographs, his likeness would be found under the word “predator.”
CHELTENHAM — The invaluable job of a local firefighter was on display last week during a screening of “Chicago Fire” Wednesday night in Cheltenham.
TOWAMENCIN — Students at North Montco Technical Career Center may have noticed a handful of visitors walking through their hallways Friday morning.
AMBLER — Teaching area children about produce and healthy eating is something Howard Brosius said he loves — and what he loves even more is taking it on the road.
PennEnvironment honored Congresswoman Madeleine Dean (D-4th Dist) at Valley Forge National Historic Park for her ongoing leadership and support for protecting parks, public lands, and open spaces, here in Pennsylvania and across the nation.
NORRISTOWN — A Norristown man faces some time behind bars, probation and community service on charges he was driving drunk and fled from police who tried to stop his vehicle on Route 422 in Upper Providence.
PHOENIXVILLE — U.S. Rep. Chrissy Houlahan, D-6th Dist., chose Phoenixville's historic Colonial Theater as the place to hold her first town hall of 2020.
Representatives from PennDOT and the federal Transportation Security Administration remind Pennsylvanians to upgrade their driver’s license or identification card to a REAL ID-compliant version.
John Myrsiades, chief of police of Plymouth Township, had an agenda when he hosted two town hall meetings last year. His intent was to introduce himself, as the new chief of police , and lay out his goals.
“Empty nesters” are finding themselves supporting their adult children more and more, according to a recent survey conducted by senior community website 55Places.com.
LIMERICK — Members of the Montgomery County Republican Committee in the 146th State House District met Saturday and unanimously voted to endorse Tom Neafcy for State Representative of the 146th State House District over former state Rep. Tom Quigley, who lost the seat in 2018.
NORRISTOWN — The Montgomery County Commissioners want to get the word out to all county residents how important it is to be counted in the 2020 U.S. Census.
NORRISTOWN — In what police and prosecutors called a case of “revenge,” a man is headed to prison after he conspired to cancel the auto insurance of his ex-girlfriend, an Abington woman with whom he was involved in a dispute.
UPPER PROVIDENCE — A nationwide search has been launched for a new president of Pope John Paul II High School in the wake of the Jan. 13 resignation of Jason Bozzone.
BLUE BELL — Nine students recently graduated from Montgomery County Community College’s Machinist-Computerized Numeric Control Operator Program offered through MCCC’s Workforce Development Division.
The Environmental Working Group in the U.S. House of Representatives has released a PFAS contamination report, sharing the results of tap water tested for PFAS levels in drinking water.
AAA, the premier roadside assistance provider for more than 100 years, says the season’s first sub-freezing temperature drop and wind chills sent emergency roadside assistance calls soaring Tuesday.
Forty-seven volunteer fire and emergency service organizations in Berks, Chester and Montgomery counties have received nearly $740,000 in state grants to help support their efforts.
EXTON — Imagine sampling the region’s most delectable dessert creations, while meeting and greeting community members, philanthropists and friends. That’s howSweet Charity guests will welcome the spring season on March 30 at Whitford Country Club.
Thousands of local residents will be taking part in the Annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Friday, commemorating the 47th anniversary of the United States Supreme Court's 1973 Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions that legalized abortion nationwide.
NORRISTOWN — A 62-year-old Lower Merion man was sent to jail after he admitted to having indecent contact with an 8-year-old girl in the township.
NORRISTOWN — An Upper Providence massage therapist who told a female client “he has had women turned on by him” was sent to jail after he admitted to touching three women in an indecent manner during massage therapy sessions.
NORRISTOWN — A Massachusetts man faces six years of court supervision plus a psychosexual evaluation after he admitted to having indecent contact with a 5-year-old girl in Lower Gwynedd more than a decade ago.
PAOLI — Malvern Bank has donated 284 pounds of food to the West Chester Food Cupboard. The donation was the result of the Bank’s winter Food Drive in which the Bank’s customers and employees donated non-perishable food items at Malvern’s branch offices late last year.
WEST CONSHOHOCKEN — We've all seen the tragic photos showing the Australian Wild Fires devastation of the innocent wildlife — and they can be so hard to look at.
Charlie Panish, proprietor of Charlie's Barber Stylist at West Bridge Street and Charlestown Road in Phoenixville recently retired after 33 years at that location.
The Montgomery County Commissioners, on the advice of the Montgomery County Department of Public Safety, are extending the “Code Blue” Cold Weather Emergency issued last week for Montgomery County based on a review of forecasts from the National Weather Service.
WHITEMARSH — Wind-whipped flames raced through a building at the Sherry Lake apartment complex on the 1800 block of Butler Pike Tuesday morning. Firefighters were alerted just after 9 a.m. for the report of a building fire.
PHOENIXVILLE — State Rep. Melissa Shusterman has announced she will seek re-election to the 157th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
PLYMOUTH MEETING — Downtown Philadelphia and North Broad Street’s Vie catering venue don’t exactly evoke images of sand and salt water. But that won’t stop attendees at the Feb. 1 Beach Ball Gala hosted by For Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation at Vie from channeling thoughts of places that do.
In honor of the life and legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 26 Montgomery County Community College students, employees and their families spent their day volunteering at various sites throughout the community Monday.
COLLEGEVILLE — Ursinus College has received the largest single private gift in its 150-year history, a gift that will fill the financial gaps confronting many students from low- and middle-income families, even those already receiving significant scholarship support for tuition.
WEST CHESTER — As they drove to the home in East Coventry where the firefighter from the North Coventry Fire Company and his new teenage friend planned to have sex, they shared something they had in common.
State Rep. Joe Ciresi made official what many of his supporters already knew, that he will seek a second term representing the 146th District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
CHESTER SPRINGS — In celebration of preserving the sustainable gift of growing and National Seed Swap Day, the West Vincent Township Sustainability Committee and the Chester County Environmental Agricultural Coalition are hosting a seed swapping event.
Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine is urging residents to get their flu vaccine as flu season intensifies across the state.