Police in Philadelphia have identified a man suspected of robbing a Mt. Airy linen store.
Motorists who use a heavily traveled stretch of Cresheim Valley Drive in Mt. Airy may face at least some off-peak delays as Monday marks the beginning of a six-month repair project.
Police are investigating a number of car fires in an apartment complex in Mt. Airy.
Albert Einstein Healthcare Network and Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church partnered up for the second year in a row to provide health screenings to more than 1,000 men.
Trees are blooming across the Delaware Valley, earlier than usual. And that means misery for many. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl is On Your Side with why seasonal allergies are in bloom, before spring has even sprung.
A local church in Philadelphia donated $65,000 to Burlington Coat Factory in Cheltenham in order to pay off the layaway bills of more than 800 people.
An 81-year-old woman became the victim of a frightening crime and spoke only to Eyewitness News.
The 11 and 1 Enon Eagles football team, is filled with phenomenal players. For the first time, this weekend these Eagles are flying to Disney World. They’ll compete in the 135 pound division, Pop Warner Super bowl.
But the late penalties themselves will go up slightly once the grace period has expired.
An armed home invasion ended in a sexual assault at a Mt. Airy home early Sunday morning, according to police.
Burglars take aim at a house of worship and unfortunately, it isn’t the first time the thieves targeted the Holy Cross Church in Mt. Airy.
Donald Newsome, 32, has been ordered to stand trial after confessing to “the unthinkable,” according to Philadelphia police.
Philadelphia authorities say a woman whose body was found yesterday in a burning home in Mt. Airy had had her throat slashed, and the fire in the home had been intentionally set.
Philadelphia police are expected to release surveillance video from a weekend Rite Aid robbery.
President Obama is spent the evening in Philadelphia, in hopes of filling his campaign coffers. He attended two fundraisers — one high-priced event at a private home in Mt. Airy and a more accessible reception in Center City.