Tourism Board Proposes MontCo Multi-Use Sports FacilityA tourism advocacy group says a $40 million multi-use sports facility in Montgomery County could have a $100 million economic impact for the county over a five-year span.
Montco Man Accused Of Breaking Ribs, Skull Of 3-Week-Old BabyAccording to the criminal complaint, Luis Bonanno, of Harleysville was trying to relieve the gas of his 24-day-old baby.
Guilty Verdict In Rape Trial Of Longtime Norristown AttorneyThe two main charges are both felonies of the first degree with a maximum sentence of 10-20 years in prison.
Closing Arguments Wrap Up In Rape Trial Of Norristown AttorneyThe fate of a longtime Norristown defense attorney is now in the hands of a jury in Montgomery County.
Norristown Attorney Accused Of Rape Takes The Stand In TrialThe Norristown attorney accused of raping a client while she was passed out drunk is on the stand in his own defense, at his trial in Montgomery County.
MontCo Man Faces Charges For Deadly Christmas Eve ATV CrashAn Upper Providence, Montgomery County man is facing Homicide by Vehicle-DUI charges for an ATV crash that killed a 21-year-old woman early in the morning on Christmas Eve.
Neighbors Pushing Back Against Development On Chester County FarmA group of neighbors in Chester County are up in arms regarding proposed development on Crebilly Farm in Westtown.
Jurors Hear Recording On Day 2 Of Rape Trial Of Norristown AttorneyFifty-seven-year-old Vincent Cirillo, the son of the late Superior Court Judge is accused of having sex with a client while she was passed out drunk.
PennDOT Gears Up For First Significant Snow Of SeasonPennDOT’s Brad Rudolph says they’ll have their full call-out for the snowfall,
Rape Trial Of Long-Time Norristown Attorney Underway In MontcoFifty-seven-year-old Vincent Cirillo, the son of the late Superior Court Judge, is facing rape and related charges.
'Real-Life Boogeyman:' Suspected Serial Child Rapist Charged In Bucks CountyAuthorities say 58-year-old William Charles Thomas is accused of crimes dating back 40 years and continuing to the present.
PA Governor To Request $10M To Make Sure Law Enforcement Has Access To NarcanGovernor Wolf says since law enforcement in Pennsylvania started carrying Nalaxone or Narcan, they’ve saved more than 2,300 lives.