How are Delaware Valley hospitals faring after the Wednesday morning ice storm?
A man convicted of third-degree murder in a suburban Philadelphia crash that killed a 9-year-old girl and paralyzed her grandmother has been sentenced to eight to 25 years in state prison.
Prosecutors say the suspect, 21-year-old Dale Wakefield of Doylestown, had initially been charged with attempted murder but those charges will now be elevated because his 71-year-old victim died.
After two days of testimony, a Bucks County judge found 38-year-old Drew Bodden of Plumstead guilty of the murder of nine-year-old Holly Huynh.
A new robot is on duty at Doylestown Hospital, killing dangerous microorganisms by zapping them with ultraviolet light.
Nancy Cresse spent more than thirty years working for Keystone Volvo in Doylestown, but since 1999 she’s been systematically stealing from the company.
Caroline Pla (#10 in photo) began playing football at age five. Last season, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia caught wind of Caroline’s presence on the team and told her it violated CYO policy.
Snow fell across the region Friday night, causing many problems, in some areas more than others.
On hand for Saturday’s opening at the Mercer Museum will be Ruth Richard, the catcher on the Rockford Peaches who inspired the Geena Davis character in “A League of Their Own.”
A fixture in the business community in Doylestown for more than four decades is closing its doors in the next month.
Traffic is now moving along the first highway to open in Southeastern Pennsylvania in more than 20 years.
Fifteen years ago, the Central Bucks community came together to build an eight-story wooden “Kids’ Castle” for the neighborhood children. Now, the structure is in need of repair.
The concept for a new Route 202 dates back nearly half a century, and now it’s just about two months from reality.
County coroner Dr. Joseph Campbell says there was no sign of trauma or injury, but the initial autopsy failed to pinpoint a cause of death.
First Friday was designed to showcase musicians and artists by giving them a venue to perform in before the crowds of people who would show up and stroll around the borough.