Winter Preparations Underway At PennDOTWinter is still a couple months off, but PennDOT preparations are already underway.
SEPTA To Hold Another Round Of Public Meetings On King Of Prussia Rail ProjectSEPTA has scheduled another round of public hearings on plans to extend the Norristown High Speed Line into King of Prussia.
Montgomery County Sees Slight Decrease In Overdose Deaths From One Year AgoMontgomery County officials say the county had five fewer overdose deaths in the first half of 2017, compared to the same period of 2016.
Montgomery County Man Held Without Bail After Allegedly Selling Deadly Dose Of FentanylPatrick Yahner, 19, of Skippack, is charged with “drug delivery resulting in death” in connection with the April overdose death of Justin Service.
Abington Man To Stand Trial For Striking Teen Girl Outside High SchoolThirty-one-year-old James Clark will stand trial on charges including aggravated assault with a vehicle and recklessly endangering another person.
Mother Of Sandy Hook Victim Shares Lessons Learned In Wake Of Vegas ShootingHer daughter, 6-year-old, Emilie was one of 20-children gunned down in Sandy Hook Elementary School in December of 2012.
New Sentence For 'Juvenile Lifer' In 1978 Bucks County MurderLekke and his friend Bob Buli pleaded guilty to the 1978 murder of 17-year-old Diane Goeke.
Bucks County Man Jailed For Murder As Juvenile Argues For New SentenceThe hearing comes after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled mandatory life sentences for juveniles are unconstitutional.
DA Steele On Fentanyl Bust: 'Enough To Kill About Half The Population' Of MontcoOne kilo of Fentanyl is more than 300,000 doses.
Perkiomen Valley School District Wants Voters' Voice On Plan To Install Turf Athletic FieldPerkiomen Valley Superintendent doctor Barbara Russell says the November 7 referendum will ask voters whether or not they agree with the district borrowing $2 million to install a multi-use artificial turf field.
3 Sentenced For Robbery, Throat-Slashing Of Bucks County ManBack in November, Thomas Grimes woke up to two men with guns standing over him in his New Britain Township home.
Delaware County Files Lawsuit Against Manufacturers Of Pain KillersDelaware County has filed a civil suit against more than half-dozen pharmaceutical companies, along with doctors, who advised those companies.