Montgomery County Courthouse
State Rep Mike Vereb from Montgomery County says they’re firing back after another round of direct mailings from backers of the governor’s budget land in suburban mailboxes.
A new tree, recently planted outside the Montgomery County Courthouse, is “out of this world.”
Starting next month, Montgomery County, Pa. will implement new security measures at the courthouse in Norristown.
Judge Gary Silow is giving some students at Abington High School a unique opportunity to see first-hand what it’s like working in the fields of law and government.
Law enforcement authorities in Montgomery County have released surveillance video of a man they are calling a “person of interest” in connection with last week’s bomb threat at the courthouse in Norristown.
Officials say they responded to the Montgomery County Courthouse Thursday morning following a bomb threat.
Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Ferman says she will not run for re-election, but instead will seek a seat as a Common Pleas Court judge.
Tourism officials have singled out a Montgomery County judge for her unique program designed to dress up the walls inside the courthouse in Norristown.
“Turks”, a “Courthouse Comfort Dog”, will now roam the hallways, helping witnesses, victims and even prospective jurors make their way through the often daunting criminal justice system.
Jury selection is scheduled Tuesday in the trial of a suburban Philadelphia man accused of having killed a baby and her grandmother in a botched kidnapping plot.
The former head of the Montgomery County Courthouse law library has pleaded guilty to misuse of funds.
The district attorney’s office used money confiscated from convicted drug dealers to buy a pair of dogs that will be trained to sniff for narcotics and will be used to patrol the two courthouse entrances and the hallways outside courtrooms.
Bruce Piscadlo is charged with stealing taxpayer money to buy expensive items for himself and his staff.
It was billed as a National Day to Demand Action with hundreds of people across the country demanding that Congress take immediate action to strengthen the background check system and reduce gun violence.
Montgomery County is looking into whether self service payment kiosks will help collect more county fees, court costs, fines and other financial obligations that people owe.