Police: Public Works Employee Dies After Being Struck By CarA Montgomery County public works employee has died after he was struck by a car on Tuesday afternoon, according to the Franconia Township Police Department.
New Private School Takes Root In Montgomery County Parish On Verge Of ClosingMartin Saints Classical High School is setting up shop in the former Holy Martyrs parish school in Oreland, Montgomery County.
Long-Time Montgomery County Firefighter Dies In The Line Of DutyThe 71-year-old John Moran Sr. had been with the Perkiomen Fire Company for 53 years, including almost 20 years as chief.
More Charges Filed Against Merchant Accused In Main Line Burglary RingMore charges have been filed against a Jeweler’s Row merchant accused of being a fence for a Main Line burglary ring.
Norristown Man Found Guilty On Drug Trafficking ChargesA Norristown man is found guilty of dozens of felony charges related to drug trafficking heroin worth millions of dollars.
Man Charged In Fatal Hatfield ShootingA Hatfield man is facing charges, accused of shooting a man after stepping into a domestic dispute at a party he was hosting at his Orvilla Road home.
Bill Cosby Attorney Files Paperwork To Withdraw From Case Before Sex Assault RetrialCosby’s retrial is currently scheduled for November 6th.
Congress Says It's Taking Action On Water Contamination By US Military BasesRepublican Brian Fitzpatrick of the 8th district says progress is being made.
Man Charged In Woman's Overdose Death Inside Her Hospital RoomA 29-year-old Montgomery County man could be facing decades in prison after being charged with what equates to murder in the overdose death of a 30-year-old inside her hospital room.
Valley Forge Park Receives Donation From MontCo GroupValley Forge National Historical Park gets a major gift from a Montgomery County community group to pay for improvements.
Hot Air Balloon Makes Emergency Landing On Montco StreetA hot air balloon makes an emergency landing on a Montgomery County street.
Computers For People In Need, Montco Nonprofit Is Asking For Some Help"The digital divide is unfortunately alive and well and we're trying to kill it," said Robert Toporek of Team Children in Audubon.