The blaze broke out around 8:35 p.m. in a house on Trinley Road in Limerick.
Early morning shoppers packed shopping malls for Black Friday sales, including in King of Prussia.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says a reactor operator at a suburban Philadelphia nuclear power plant has been removed from duty after being found under the influence of alcohol.
Less than a month after a nearby nuclear power plant had reactor issues and within a year of renewals for three NJ plants, the NRC has put on hold all requests for new reactor construction as well as license extensions for currently operating plants.
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Crews battled a fire at a portable toilet business in Montgomery County Friday night.
You didn’t have to head into the city to have a good time for Independence Day festivities.
On Mother’s Day, thousands of people touched by cancer will be at the Ben Franklin Parkway for the annual Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure.
A dispute outside of a popular outlet mall landed one Montgomery County man in jail.
Radiation from the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan has now reached Pennsylvania, but state officials do not believe it poses significant health risks.
In just the last four days, Montgomery County officials have handed out more than double the number of potassium iodide pills that they handed out in all of last year.
Officials at several nuclear plants in the Philadelphia area are now making decisions about the future of those plants, against the backdrop of a growing nuclear crisis in northern Japan.
Acme markets plans to close five stores – two in the Philadelphia area and three in South Jersey – by the end of February.
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