Visitor spending in 2013 accounted for nearly $900 million in economic impact in the county, according to numbers recently released by “Visit Bucks County.”
The changes include a new ombudsman position which will provide independent reviews of cases and an assistant chief of trials who will be there to answer questions from prosecutors in the office.
Both incumbent congressman Mike Fitzpatrick and challenger Kevin Strouse believe significant resources should be sent to West Africa to help battle Ebola, but they differ on what we should be doing here at home.
It’s all part of a partnership between the Centennial School District and Shop Rite to give students hands-on experience running a business.
Timothy Brooks (left photo) pleaded guilty to five counts including possession with intent to distribute, criminal conspiracy, and running a “corrupt organization.”
Judge Steven O’Neill told defense attorneys that he’ll want to know by Friday whether Washington will plead guilty to the charges against her or whether her case will go to trial.
John Cole Roseman, 21, admitted he sold pot on the Lafayette College campus and has agreed to testify against the ring’s alleged ringleaders.
There have been many changes in Norristown over the last 100 years, but one constant has been the High Swartz law firm.
PAC founder Susan Matthews says their key issue is reforming the statute of limitations in the wake of the Sandusky and Archdiocese of Philadelphia sex scandals.
If you’ve ever wanted to see the inner workings of a nuclear power plant, you have a chance this evening in Montgomery County.
Police confirm the robbery of Bar Louie was an inside job. One of the men arrested was an employee there.
After three and a half hours of deliberations, the seven men and five women delivered the death penalty to Raghu Yandamuri for the killings of Saanvi Venna and her grandmother.
The Upper Merion man was found guilty of murdering a grandmother and her infant granddaughter two years ago. He acted as his own attorney during the trial phase.
Raghu Yandamuri, who also killed the infant girl’s grandmother, told the judge he doesn’t want the hearing and will accept the death penalty.
After nearly six hours of deliberations, the jury hearing the case of an Upper Merion man charged with murdering a ten-month-old infant and her grandmother was sent home for the night.