David St. Onge Jr. was also charged with theft and related offenses for allegedly using the victim’s credit cards.
Lynsay Fox says she’s filing the lawsuit to prevent other families from being faced with this kind of tragedy.
Drivers can expect delays and detours as construction crews begin a repair and resurface project on a nearly six mile stretch of Route 232 between Route 413 in Wrightstown and River Road in New Hope.
Sheriff Russell Bono says at least one victim has reported a loss of $600.
The county commissioners have given the go-ahead for the contract to begin demolition work and make way for a new bridge.
State prosecutors say Douglass Township supervisor Fred Ziegler is facing several misdemeanor counts and several felonies.
Tuesday night, parents, students, teachers, friends, and more than 2,000 members of the community gathered for a vigil at the high school to mourn the deaths of Ryan Lesher, 15, Shamus Digney, 15, and Cullen Keffer, 16.
There will be a forum in Montgomery County tonight to give the public a chance to learn more about the potential legalization of marijuana for medical reasons in Pennsylvania.
Students have been getting counseling at the school, but doctors say the reality sets in when they turn out to pay their final respects.
The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office now has a high tech tool in its crime fighting arsenal designed to save the lives of law enforcement officers across the county.
The auction raised about $450,000 — money that will be used to satisfy county, school district, and local municipality tax bills.
The Darby Free Library has been around for 271 years, but officials say they may have to radically change their operations if they can’t find money for their everyday expenses and some capital improvements.
The lawsuit claims the girl, an incoming freshman at Downingtown High School East, collided with another player during a preseason soccer scrimmage, injuring her head.
Raghu Yandamuri, the defendant, asked for the continuance, telling the judge he needs more time to meet with his forensic pathologist, a DNA expert, and his investigator.
The chapel sits on Route 23, about a mile west of the park visitors’ center, on 26 acres of private land. It’s not part of the national park, so it doesn’t receive any federal dollars for upkeep and renovation.