Chris talks to Congressman Pat Meehan about the House decision not to vote on the payroll tax extension. He discusses Mitt Romney’s handling of his Presidential campaign, the scandal brewing at Philadelphia Traffic Court, and restaraunt owners in the city using tips to buy their credit card transaction fees.
Politicians and citizens from southeastern Pennsylvania gave an earful to members of the commission charged with drawing up new state legislative districts at a recent hearing on the panel’s preliminary plan.
It was a hard fought, expensive campaign, and Election Night proved equally grueling as the results swung back and forth.
The doors of the Barnes Foundation in Merion were closed early last month as preparations begin for the move to its new home on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia. But opponents of the move say they still want another day in court and that’s expected this afternoon.
They may not seem like your typical targets, but thieves in Montgomery County are looking for copper. Gutters and downspouts made of the precious metal are being stolen from people’s homes along the Main Line.
The doors are now closed at the Barnes Foundation in Lower Merion, ahead of the art collection’s move to its new home on the Ben Franklin Parkway.
Lower Merion residents who were part of the effort to try to save several thousand historic street signs which have been a staple throughout the township for nearly a hundred years received good news on Tuesday.
A physics teacher fired over his relationship with a one-time student has sued her for libel in federal court in Philadelphia.
Mission Kids says invitations are in the mail for their annual fundraising event; Mission Possible. The benefit aids children of physical and sexual abuse in Montgomery County.
The judge who cleared the way for the legendary Barnes Foundation art collection to relocate to Philadelphia has ordered a new hearing in the contentious case.
An effort is underway in Lower Merion to try to save several thousand historic street signs which have been a staple in the township for nearly 100 years.
Three people have died from the flu in Montgomery County since mid-December and that has county health officials again calling for people to get a flu shot to protect themselves.
The Township of Lower Merion says it has twice as many applicants as available positions, as it moves toward setting up its own human relations commission.
Residents have another chance tonight to voice their opinions on the township’s proposed budget which includes a nearly 13 percent tax increase, the highest in the township in seven years.
Investigators in Montgomery County have arrested an alleged serial burglar.