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Melvin Hunt of Collegeville, Pa. and Maurice Keeley Jr. of Philadelphia are accused of trying to rob a “prostitute” who was actually an undercover police officer.
It’s the 28th annual gathering of women who work in local and state police departments in the Midatlantic region.
During Raghu Yandamuri’s preliminary hearing, defense attorney Steve Heckman labeled a videotaped confession by his client “damaging.” Heckman is now arguing to have that video kept away from a jury should the case go to trial.
The lawsuit names the owners of the Marquis Apartment Complex in Upper Merion, the property management company, its security firm, and the man accused of killing ten-month-old Saanvi Venna and her grandmother.
Valley Forge has a Category 3 license, which mandates that patrons must pay at least $10 out of pocket before hitting the casino floor.
Police say it started shortly after 9:30pm last Wednesday as a minor accident in the area of Mall Boulevard, when a vehicle stopped at a red light was rear-ended by a pickup truck.
A Montgomery County judge has delayed the start of a trial for a King of Prussia, Pa. man accused of murdering an infant and her grandmother in their Upper Merion apartment last year in what prosecutors say was a planned kidnapping gone wrong.
The nearly 20,000 employees who work at the King of Prussia business park but come from outside the Upper Merion area now have a new incentive to get out of their cars and onto public transportation.
There are eight construction projects currently going on along DeKalb Pike — everything from food to retail.
The actor shocked fans during a screening of Pitt’s new film World War Z at the Regal Cinema.
Prosecutors say it was 31-year-old Delia Hernandez who put the plan in motion, hiring Gabriel Martinez-Lopez to kill her husband.
One by one, prosecutors read the charges against Raghu Yandamuri during his formal arraignment. And one by one, his attorney answered, “Not guilty.”
A special luncheon and ceremony honoring the region’s living organ donors was held in King of Prussia on Sunday afternoon.
“We’re not going to be buying milk, eggs, and bread here today,” said Terry from Wayne, (Delaware County).
Richard McDonough, of the Valley Forge-based nonprofit “America Responds With Love” (far left), says they will be planting seven varieties of bulbs, which will not only bloom this spring but return year after year.