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Cosby's Attorneys Appeal Pair Of Montgomery County Court DecisionsThe motion argues the issues are far too important to be denied review as they relate to Cosby’s due process rights, and they concern the integrity of the judicial system.
Man Accused Of Injecting Lethal Dose Of Cocaine In Woman's Arm Ordered To Stand TrialProsecutors contend it was premeditated murder, the defense argues the charge should be Aiding a Suicide, rather than Murder.
Former Swimmer Sues Germantown Academy Alleging Ongoing Physical, Emotional AbuseAttorney Brian Kent says that other swimmer abused him mentally and physically.
School Counselor, Fired For Online Threat, To Be ReinstatedA guidance counselor who was fired from Central Bucks West High School after a Facebook post last year, is being reinstated.
UPDATE: 100 Students Report Sickness At Ursinus CollegeThe number of students at Ursinus College sickened by some sort of stomach bug now stands at 88.
Former Chester County Teacher Arrested For Allegedly Sexting With StudentAuthorities say Mitchell was the victim's teacher when the victim was a junior at the high school.
Family Of Main Line Mother Beaten To Death Will Ask Parole Board To Deny Her Killer Early ReleaseRafael Robb, the former Penn professor who beat his wife to death, “should stay in prison until he’s served every minute of his ten-year sentence.”
Montgomery County’s New First Assistant District Attorney Is Sworn InMontgomery County’s new First Assistant District Attorney is sworn in, officially making the move across the county-line from Philadelphia.
Judge Denies Motion To Dismiss Case Against CosbyAt this time, no decision has been made and the hearing continues with more witnesses.
Cosby Back In Montgomery County Court For Day 2 Of Sex Assault HearingAttorneys for the 78-year-old comedian claim the charges are based on a deposition from a civil trial in 2005, which they say is protected by a so-called “non-prosecution agreement” with then-District Attorney Bruce Castor.
New Survey Shows Hiring Surge Expected In Bucks County A survey from a Bucks County employment service finds employers in the area expect a hiring increase this year.
Norristown’s Municipal Administrator Responds To Critics Of Their Snow RemovalHe says there are 52 miles of roads in the 3.4 square miles of Norristown, but he says all streets were opened by midweek.

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