Montgomery County Pa.
Corbett toured a section Blue Bell, Pa. where Peco crews were working to fix downed power lines, and he urged those without electricity to be patient.
Congressman Jim Gerlach’s announcement that he will not seek re-election to a seventh two-year term in the US House is expected to set off a mad scramble for his seat.
Since the beginning of the year, Lower Merion police say, there have been more than 200 burglaries or attempted burglaries at homes and commercial buildings throughout the township.
Matthews, a former Montgomery County commissioner, spent a year on probation after agreeing to enter a probationary program for first-time offenders without admitting any guilt.
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.
Montco DA Risa Ferman’s vision of a center of advocacy for child abuse victims has gotten a big boost from Dina Fink (right).
Several dozen members of the community showed up to thank register of wills Bruce Hanes for the bold step he’s taken in issuing marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples.
Montgomery County Solicitor Ray McGarry filed a response to a lawsuit challenging the Register of Wills Bruce Hanes’ decision to grant same-sex marriage licenses.
Weather experts say June was the wettest month on record for the Philadelphia region, and that could translate into a bad mosquito season later on this summer.
A man has been sentenced in the strangulation murder of his girlfriend in Pottstown last year.
Benjamin Kane pleaded guilty to a felony charge of causing an accident involving death or personal injury while not properly licensed.
Montgomery County came in 35th among all counties in the US — the only Pennsylvania entry.
Prosecutors say Barbara Melnyk was taken into custody inside the courthouse and charged with theft and related offenses.
So far this week, two dozen people have turned themselves in to make arrangements to pay without fear of being arrested or sent to jail.
Montgomery County officials say there are 300 outstanding bench warrants representing nearly $6 million that’s owed to the children.