With scores of accidents all over the region because of traffic lights not operating due to the power outages, law enforcement officials have a safety reminder for you.
Two victims are in the hospital and one man is in custody following a shootout at a Montgomery County strip club that lead police on a high-speed chase that ended in Bucks County.
About 100 protesters in front of the Horsham Air Guard Station expressed their displeasure Saturday with the establishment of the planned Drone War Command. Center.
Bensalem police say the crimes happened at ten cemeteries in Bucks County and five in Montgomery County, between February and April of this year.
An apartment complex was evacuated Sunday afternoon after flames tore through an office building in Horsham, Montgomery County.
“I just think it’s important that people realize this does not involve the runway,” Pennsylvania state representative Todd Stephens said. “It does not involve even the land that the runway is located on.”
A longtime New Jersey congressman will be among a bipartisan group of federal leaders heading to the Vatican this week for the investiture of Pope Francis.
It’s a new dawn for the Catholic Church and as the sun rose in Horsham, parishioners made their way into St. Catherine of Siena.
Police say a woman (photo) used a credit card that was stolen in that armed robbery.
Federal prosecutors say Dr. Norman Werther knowingly sold oxycodone to a person identified only as “N. B.,” a person that Werther knew was a drug addict.
Police say Scot Wills was working as an exterminator, which would have given him to access to area homes without much suspicion.
Wires downed by overnight storms knocked out power at Verizon’s facility on Moreland Avenue in Hatboro, and backup generators worked — until about 6am.
Two firefighters had to be treated for heat exhaustion, a third suffered a lacerated finger while battling a strip mall fire in Horsham, Montgomery County late Sunday afternoon.
John Becker admitted stealing drugs, guns, and cash from the department’s evidence locker between late 2009 and early 2011.
Satish Suri of Philadelphia surrendered to federal authorities to face charges he got more than $2.3 million in loans on behalf of borrowers for eight properties.