Ursinus College Cancels Classes For Remainder Of Week Following IllnessMontgomery County health officials are still trying to determine the cause of a stomach illness outbreak at Ursinus College that sickened more than 150 students, faculty and staff.
Ursinus College Student Dies After Being Struck By CarA student from Ursinus College has been killed after she was struck by a vehicle in near the school's Collegeville campus Thursday evening.
Strange Odor Forces Evacuations From Montgomery County TownhomesAuthorities are continuing to investigate the source of a noxious odor which caused the evacuation of more than 100 people Sunday night
Bridge Over Perkiomen Creek Shut Down After Failed InspectionThis is going to cause some headaches in the area, as this bridge was a popular alternative to avoid traffic caused by another bridge closure just a few miles away.
Young Student In Montgomery County Diagnosed With Meningococcal InfectionA young student at an elementary school in Montgomery County has been diagnosed with a meningococcal invasive infection.
Road Conditions Tricky In Snowy Northwestern SuburbsThe winter weather is making a mess of roads across the region, especially in the northwestern suburbs.
Worker Suffers Electric Shock At Elementary School In CollegevilleChopper 3 HD was over the scene of an elementary school where a worker suffered an electric shock Wednesday night.
Russian Teen Returns To Native Country, Claims Collegeville Parents Mistreated Him A teenager adopted by an American couple has returned to Russia, claiming that his adoptive family treated him badly and that he lived on the streets of Philadelphia and stole just to survive, Russian state media reported.
Ursinus Ready For Friday Night Under The LightsUrsinus football takes on Collegeville on Friday night, after a short week of rest.
Ursinus Hoops Star Excited to Study the StarsUrsinus' Jon Ward is excelling both on the court and in the classroom.
Star Athlete At Ursinus Also Has Another Passion: AstrophysicsJon Ward will spend ten weeks in Paris this summer taking part in what’s called a “research experience” for undergraduates--he'll be working at an astrophysics lab.
FEMA Officials To Assess Irene Damage In Montgomery CountyThe damage assessments will have to eclipse the $2.3 million in order for the county to receive federal disaster assistance to help local governments with the cost of storm cleanup.