The self-designated “Cat Crew” usually sets their traps twice each week, bringing in about ten strays each time.
With at least six inches of snow forecast for a large part of the county and winds that could bring down power lines and trees, county commissioner Josh Shapiro is urging residents to sign up for “Ready Notify Pa.,” to get emergency alerts.
About two dozen people demonstrated across the street from the Philadelphia office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) for the release of four men facing deportation by the US government.
The two-alarm fire broke out at a rowhome in Norristown, Montgomery County Saturday afternoon and spread to as many as seven other homes.
Gregory Noonan is accused of selling nearly 400 oxycodone pills to an undercover cop at $15 each.
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.
Under the measure, a landlord whose tenant calls police three times in four months is issued a fine.
A billboard campaign designed to increase the number of volunteer firefighters in that Montgomery County community appears to be working, but officials say there is still a long way to go.
Extending Lafayette Street has been in the planning stages since 2000, when the first federal dollars were locked up.
Robert Fisher, himself a Vietman vet, pleaded guilty earlier this year to pilfering the money while serving as commander of the Disabled American Veterans chapter between 2008 and 2011.
Police in Norristown say an unidentified man was shot multiple times around midnight in the 200 block of East Oak Street.
Montgomery County officials announced the creation of a guide that offers advice and suggestions on how parents and schools can handle cyber-bullying situations.
A man has been sentenced in the strangulation murder of his girlfriend in Pottstown last year.
When it’s time to retire your flag, officials say, bring it to the courthouse and deposit the flag in the box.
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.