County commissioner Josh Shapiro says the declaration allows the county to coordinate with the state emergency management agency and bypass the bid process to secure goods to help them deal with the aftermath of the storm.
Officials in Montgomery County say the county is ready to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples even though gay marriages and civil unions are not recognized in Pennsylvania.
Montgomery County came in 35th among all counties in the US — the only Pennsylvania entry.
It’s the second weekend in December, and a traditional event in New York brings with it political speculation.
In a big buying weekend, some potential political candidates are shopping around for higher office.
Montgomery County residents will not see a county tax increase next year under a proposed budget that slashes nearly a million dollars in earmarks to several non- profit agencies.
The picture identification cards will be issued through Parkhouse, the county’s senior care facility, but you don’t have to live or work there — or even go there.
Montgomery County, Pa. is making it easier for eligible voters in the county to get a photo ID in time to cast their ballot in the November election.
The convention story moves from Tampa to Charlotte.
Montgomery County officials have broken ground on a long-awaited road construction project designed to improve access to the Norristown area.
The primary is Tuesday and strategists for both parties will be looking for keys to November.
The Montgomery County Commissioner’s Office asked employees for their suggestions on how to improve working conditions in the county, and one of the suggestions that is being implemented shows they are family friendly.
The type of voter fraud the bill addresses is not considered a problem by officials in this region.
The speaker of the Pennsylvania House is asking a federal court for guidance in the aftermath of a state Supreme Court ruling that has thrown elections for state legislative seats into chaos.
“I, Joshua D. Shapiro, do solemnly swear…”
“I, Leslie S. Richards, do solemnly swear…”