Jurors in Montgomery County deliberated for about three hours before convicting 20-year-old Brandon Pierce of Norristown of first-degree murder and other charges in the July 2011 death of Dominique Devlin.
Governor Corbett Orders Flags Flown At Half-Staff In Honor Of Worker Killed On Pennsylvania Turnpike
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett ordered all state flags at the Capitol Complex and at commonwealth facilities in Montgomery County be lowered to half-staff in honor of a maintenance employee killed on the Pennsylvania Turnpike on Monday.
Officials say a private contractor that was digging underground hit electrical equipment and caused a fire in Montgomery County Tuesday morning.
A worker was killed in a two-vehicle crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike early Monday morning. Three other people were hurt.
When Joey Cintron was 16, he was at a party when the cops showed up.
A Philadelphia-based nonprofit is expanding its effort to put healthier food in corner stores in the area.
Three people were rushed to the hospital after being shot on a Montgomery County street early Tuesday morning.
The borough of Norristown has taken the wraps off a mural that’s designed to be the gateway to the town’s arts district.
A suspect has been arrested in connection with a vicious double murder that happened in Montgomery County back in June.
Two more Pottstown men have admitted their roles in a conspiracy to steal bronze vases from two cemeteries in Montgomery and Chester counties and then sell them for scrap in Philadelphia.
A Montgomery County judge has refused to order prosecutors to copy several images of child pornography requested by the attorney representing Gary Romano, a Norristown man accused of molesting a child he was babysitting.
A suburban Philadelphia woman has died after a freak highway accident involving a flying road sign.
Two Norristown men are being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Saturday. Franny Beecher and Al Rex of Bill Haley and the Comets are among those being honored.
Officials in Montgomery County are taking aggressive steps to get rid of some mold that was discovered in the courthouse in Norristown earlier this year.
A Norristown lawyer, who represents three members of two motorcycle clubs stopped in New Jersey by troopers who demanded they remove jackets bearing biker club colors and logos, says a federal judge’s recent decision in the case is a First Amendment victory.