There’s nothing right now that indicates tolling the road is imminent, but Pennsylvania state representative Mike Vereb wants to shut the door before that discussion heats up again.
The Lifestyle Comprehensive Healthcare Center in Bensalem will be a 200,000 square foot facility where patients can get most if not all of their healthcare needs under one roof.
Chester County DA Tom Hogan says La Vella was spending the money on Eagles season tickets, luxury cars, and jewelry.
The Cheltenham School District is mulling over its options for Cedarbrook Middle School, where mold remediation delayed the start of the school year.
Warminster police and the Bucks County district attorney’s office say they are looking into a growing number of claims that Tollefson sold sports packages at charity events but never delivered the goods.
Prosecutors say they’re casting a wider net, using digital billboards throughout the Philadelphia area and a $20,500 reward they hope will jog someone’s memory.
After a sixteen-day shutdown, the visitors’ center, the theatre, the trails and the buildings are open.
Prosecutors from five southeastern Pennsylvania counties are calling on federal and state lawmakers to invest more money in early childhood education to reduce the costs of housing people in prisons down the road.
Tracey Warren of Pottstown, Pa. tearfully pleaded with the judge today to go easy on her, telling him she knew what she did was wrong but did it to provide the basics for her children.
This is a big week for the Bristol Township School District which is hoping to get approvals for three new elementary schools it’s hoping to build.
Police retrieved the kayak and determined it belonged to Xiang He, who was last seen Tuesday afternoon at a boat ramp on the Delaware River.
Benjamin Kane was driving his moving van with a suspended license when it crashed into a Pennsylvania Turnpike work crew and overturned.
John Bell, an avid marathoner, plans to head to federal court to fight a citation he received for running in Valley Forge National Historical Park during the partial federal government shutdown.
The Bucks County judge called Timothy Udinski’s behavior “outrageous” and says the sexual misconduct allegations he made against the other coaches never really go away in our new era of technology.
The district attorney’s office used money confiscated from convicted drug dealers to buy a pair of dogs that will be trained to sniff for narcotics and will be used to patrol the two courthouse entrances and the hallways outside courtrooms.