A local singer has been tapped by the nation’s leading park advocacy organization to write and record an inspirational song designed to help protect our national parks for future generations.
“Drug dealers are killing Bucks County’s kids,” says county prosecutor Matthew Weintraub.
The free ‘Step Into College’ event is Saturday.
The suspects are identified as 27-year-old Mark Donato and 40-year-old James McGrath, both of Philadelphia.
A former Pennsylvania State Trooper who was off-duty and drunk behind the wheel will spend at least six months behind bars in connection with a fiery, deadly crash on the Turnpike near Plymouth Meeting nearly two years ago.
Barry Searfoss has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and DUI, and was sentenced to 6-23 months in prison.
The Schwenksville, Pa. camp is facing its largest funding deficit since opening its doors more than sixty years ago.
During the last storm, a number of communities were worried they would run out of salt. It’s become a commodity almost as valuable as gold.
Authorities in Montgomery County are turning to social media as they continue to investigate the death of an Ambler, Pa. woman whose body was found in a field in rural New Hanover Township, Pa. nearly two years ago.
39-year-old Michael Barndt is headed to federal prison for ten years after admitting he tried to solicit sex from what he thought was a teenage girl over the Internet.
Warminster officials say electrical distribution to the township has been spotty over the past five years. Even during times of non-severe weather events, they say, the power goes out in parts of the township all too often.
Jonathan Vanderhorst, 45, of Lansdowne, is now behind bars in connection with the January 12th crash on Baltimore Pike that killed 18-year-old Dante DeSimone.
Main Line Health says it will no longer hire tobacco and nicotine users after May 1st. In addition, it says it will require its current employees who smoke to pay a surcharge for their healthcare benefits.
The DA of Montgomery County, Pa. wants to crack down on the illegal sex trade and its potential link to human trafficking.
After news of Dr. Basem Shlewiet’s arrest went public last month, authorities say five more women came forward to say he had indecently assaulted them during office visits.