Police in Lower Merion arrested two individuals following a dispute with a convenience store clerk over beef jerky.
Hundreds will gather Saturday night for a fundraiser to fight cystic fibrosis and support a 27-year-old Lower Merion woman who is suffering from the fatal disease.
Police are investigating a fatal accident that occurred early Saturday morning in Lower Merion Township.
Lower Merion Township has opened multiple warming stations throughout the township due to power outages caused by Superstorm Sandy.
Authorities in Montgomery County are seeking the public’s help in locating a porcelain bust of Benjamin Franklin that was stolen from a home Friday afternoon
A Montgomery County judge ordered a Philadelphia man held for trial on Wednesday for his alleged role in an armed robbery that terrorized several employees and customers at Hymie’s Restaurant in July.
Three people, including a firefighter, were taken to area hospitals after a fire broke out at a home in Montgomery County Friday evening.
Police In Lower Merion Urging Residents To Report Suspicious Activity After Recent Upswing In Robberies
Police say there has been an increase in residential burglaries over the last 10 days, particularly in the areas of Penn Valley and Merion.
Emergency dispatchers say the Mazda went into the Schuylkill River at Flat Rock Park in Gladwyne shortly after 7 a.m. Sunday. A witness reported the incident to police.
Police in Philadelphia and Montgomery County are investigating the abduction of an employee during a robbery at a gas station early Wednesday morning.
Lower Merion still has a number of older homes and apartment buildings that still have copper downspouts. Police say they prove to be attractive to thieves looking to make some quick cash.
Commissioner Jenny Brown says a program that allows employees to defer some of their salary is a good one, but she questions whether it’s legal for the township to contribute to that program.
Authorities are investigating a multi-vehicle accident on the Schuylkill Expressway Saturday evening.
One of the two videographers who created a video appearing to show Lower Merion and Harriton High School students drinking, using illegal drugs and vandalizing things, now says he did not intend to encourage the activities seen on the video.
It’s called getting “Shmacked” – so wasted on booze and drugs you can no longer function – and the video features students at two Lower Merion High Schools.