NORRISTOWN — Authorities investigating a Hatboro man’s alleged violation of state deer hunting regulations bagged something unexpected when they searched his home — illegal drugs, including methamphetamine, and packaging supplies — leading them to accuse him of being a drug dealer, according to court papers.
NORRISTOWN — A Phoenixville man admitted to what prosecutors called two “reprehensible” acts, keeping more than $600 raised for a charity assisting a Montgomery County deputy sheriff whose children died in a December 2017 fire in Schwenksville and fleecing a local nonprofit group of more than $3,700.
NORRISTOWN — A Bucks County man faces several years of court supervision after he admitted to trying to invade the privacy of women at the Plymouth kickboxing academy where he was a member, by placing a hidden camera in a locker room.
As Christmastime nears, Monica, a single mother, dreads the questions and the wishes that she knows will be coming from her four children.
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf ordered the commonwealth flag on all commonwealth facilities, public buildings and grounds to fly at half-staff on Saturday, Dec. 7, in honor of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.
NORRISTOWN — Montgomery County authorities relied on the recent arrests of nine men for trying to patronize women they believed were prostitutes to draw attention to the negative consequences and legal issues for people involved in sex trade.
High School students are encouraged to tap their creative and strategic-thinking skills to solve real-world transportation challenges in a statewide competition, state Senator Andy Dinniman said.
NORRISTOWN — Saying a Cheltenham man appears to live in “an alternate universe,” a judge sent the man to prison and recommended he receive mental health treatment after he admitted to robbing a Springfield 7-Eleven store at gunpoint.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY — Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center is pleased to announce that it has received a $5,000 donation from the Hogs & Honeys Foundation for Kids to support the local prevention of child sexual assault. The generous contribution will be used to purchase 500 interactive training workbooks for the “Darkness to Light” Stewards of Children program offered by Mission Kids. The evidence-based initiative is meant to teach adults how to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. It is the only nationally distributed program proven to increase knowledge, improve attitudes and change child protective behaviors.
With four children and a baby on the way, Melissa knows that the holidays can present some financial struggles but she is not one to dwell on the negative and she’s turning to higher education to prepare her for a better future.
NORRISTOWN — A judge said a former Telford daycare provider is prohibited from working with “care-dependent people” while she completes a probationary sentence for endangering a child in her care.
NORRISTOWN — A disgraced former Pennsylvania state police trooper who served time behind bars for sexually assaulting women and teenage girls while on duty two decades ago was sent back to prison for violating his sentence by having indecent contact with an underage girl in Berks.
The Pennsylvania State Police investigated 1,116 crashes during the five-day Thanksgiving holiday driving period from Nov. 27 through Dec. 1, 2019, including seven collisions in which eight people were killed.
Coming out of an abusive relationship, Jill realized that many domestic violence victims have been in worse situations than she's had to deal with.
Longtime Conshohocken residents remember the annual “Feast” at the former SS. Cosmas and Damian Catholic Church. Over the years, thousands flocked to the borough for the solemn homage and street procession that honored the church’s patron saints and attended the colorful block party and food festival that took over its neighboring streets that weekend.
FORT WASHINGTON -- Acts Retirement-Life Communities, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit senior living organizations, is moving its headquarters to Fort Washington to meet the needs of its organizational growth, the company announced recently.
Families came out in force Thanksgiving Eve — 400 people including 150 children — at Calvary Church in Souderton to pack food in conjunction with Rise Against Hunger. The volunteers prepared 80,000 meal packets to be sent to food-impoverished families all around the world. Rise Against Hunger is an international hunger relief organization that distributes food and life-changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable. Each year, thousands of volunteers join Rise Against Hunger to package meals, support warehouse operations, and assist with administrative duties.
After dealing with a debilitating back injury, months of joblessness and the death of a family member, Dolores, a single mother of four, hopes her struggles will soon subside but in the meantime she is warmed by the generosity of people who have reached out to help her family.
NORRISTOWN — A “concerned citizen’s” report and a link to a maroon pickup truck played roles in a Norristown man’s undoing, leading to his arrest for allegedly robbing four Montgomery County banks.
Anyone on the road or rails on the biggest travel holiday of the year is familiar with the litany of Pennsylvania's "crumbling roads, failing bridges, aging rail cars and buses along with hours of time wasted on congested highways and inner-city gridlock."
PLYMOUTH MEETING — A caravan of police motorcycles turned heads, stopped traffic and elicited more than a few salutes as the 13th Annual Holiday Meals for Heroes run snaked its way through Montgomery County.
NORRISTOWN — A family earning $50,000 in Montgomery County can no longer expect to cover its costs, struggles to pay its bills and keep its collective head above water, according to a report issued by Public Citizens for Children and Youth.
The Montgomery County-Norristown Public Library Computer Lab is excited to announce that the registration has begun for its winter 2020 season of classes. This will be our 17th year offering computer classes to the Norristown and greater Montgomery County area.
Having survived times of homelessness and financial instability, Peggy, a single mother of 8, said she is grateful she and her children can be together and have a Christmas celebration, thanks to a Pottstown landlord and the Operation Holiday program.
As the last of the Thanksgiving leftovers are put away, shopping lists come out and holiday shopping gets kicked into high gear.
The Montgomery County District Attorney's office has announced charges against a Maryland man for the alleged murder in Lower Moreland Township on Monday.
What started as a conversation between a handful of employees at a Skippack-based business has grown into a project that will make a big difference for hundreds of families in need.