Police are searching for the vehicle and driver who hit a woman and her twins and then fled the scene.
Health Department spokeswoman Dara Chadwick says the body of 22-year-old Sunil Tripathi was identified Thursday morning through a forensic dental exam.
Relatives of the Bryn Mawr, Pa., man have been searching for him. Both the FBI and Brown students have helped.
New video has now been located that shows a man who could be Sunil Tripathi.
Forty-five-year-old Cheryl Laing and 24-year-old Jessica Gullickson left district court in Bryn Mawr Tuesday evening in a hurry.
Authorities say a pair of crooked dental office employees ran an after-hours, word-of-mouth operation where they performed root canals, pulled teeth and installed braces without proper training.
Love it or hate it, we all have to do grocery shopping. It can take a chunk out of a weekend afternoon. But what if you could do it while on your morning or evening commute? As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, one company is making it happen.
Police are trying to track down Andrea Lawton, whom they say worked at a home in the 600 block of Black Rock Road in Lower Merion Township.
An online school has teamed up with a local financial institution to help 150 veterans get back to school and work after serving in the military.
Police in Montgomery County are searching for two gunmen who robbed a convenience store late Thursday night.
As many colleges get back in session a Main Line restaurant is about to resume its version of T-U. It is Tequila University and margaritas need not apply.
For most soda drinkers, the choice is between Coke and Pepsi. But a soft drink company based in Bryn Mawr is hoping you’ll give their flavors a sip.
Among the Rhodes Scholar selections announced Sunday were a recent western Pennsylvania university graduate hoping to study medical anthropology, a Bryn Mawr student interested in political theory and an Air Force Academy senior from outside Philadelphia aiming to study global governance and diplomacy.
A Bryn Mawr woman says she is lucky to be alive after being thrown beneath a moving SEPTA train on Monday.
Hospitals in the Delaware Valley say they’re ready for whatever Irene may bring.