Fitzpatrick toured Mission Kids, a nonprofit child advocacy organization in East Norriton, to promote his legislation which calls for mandatory background checks for existing and prospective school employees.
Was Thursday’s snowstorm winter’s last hurrah? Montgomery County communities running low on road salt sure hope so.
Angel Suarez waived his preliminary hearing on theft, assault, and related charges in connection with a series of incidents at the Franklin Commons Apartments.
The museum has called the Granite Run Mall home for nearly two years. But the mall has been sold, and will be demolished to make way for a town center.
Hotels in Bucks County are nearly 90 percent booked for that final weekend in September.
The New Hope Historical Society is behind Let’s Visit New Hope, inspired by a group of second grade students who were surveyed about what they were interested in.
Thirty-six-year-old Jason Baldwin, an alleged serial burglar, is behind bars in Florida awaiting extradition after sheriff’s deputies used social media to track his whereabouts and take him into custody.
Judge Gary Silow is giving some students at Abington High School a unique opportunity to see first-hand what it’s like working in the fields of law and government.
A Bucks County man is behind bars, charged with homicide by vehicle DUI and related offenses in connection with a deadly crash in Falls Township last October.
More than four dozen sculptures from artist Auguste Rodin go on display starting Saturday at the Michener Art Museum in Doylestown.
The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission has awarded a contract to a Hamilton, New Jersey company for the final design phase.
21-year-old David St. Onge Junior was sentenced to time served, about eight months to 23 months followed by eight years probation, after pleading guilty to abuse of a corpse, lying to police and related charges.
At Pierce Middle School they’ve been holding Volleyball for Heart since 1985. The driving force behind the event is the man who started it thirty years ago, Physical Education and Health teacher John Kosic.
A sizeable corporate donation from AT&T will help Congreso expand a job training program for some high school students.
Prosecutors say the video, “Heroin Kills,” tells the heartwrenching account of a mother who prays she’ll never get the call that her daughter has died of an overdose.