Client Sings Praises of Montco's New Anti-Homelessness ProgramIvy Harper says she and her four kids were forced into a shelter by an abusive relationship but the "Your Way Home" program helped her regain her footing.
Local Community College Awarded For Helping Low Income And Minority StudentsMontgomery County Community College received a national award this week for creating successful programs that resulted in higher rates of completion for students of color.
Who Wants a Home Generator? While the Power is Out, Everyone.At a Sears appliance and hardware store in Norristown, Joe and Dorothy Barry were among shoppers awaiting a fresh shipment of
Gov. Corbett Says Federal Government, Outside Utilities Helping Ice Storm RecoveryCorbett 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.
Pa. Lawmakers Press for Obamacare Exemption for Vol. Fire DepartmentsThe IRS has still not clarified its position on whether volunteer fire companies would be required to provide health insurance for their firefighters under the mandate. But US senator Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) doesn’t want to wait for that decision.
Montco Child Advocacy Center Picks Up Critical Grant To Expand ServicesMontgomery County’s Child Advocacy Center has received critical funding that officials say will be used to expand the training they provide to better protect children.
Convicted Drug Runner Will Forfeit Small Plane Seized In Montco RaidThe Montgomery County DA’s Office is now the proud owner of a powder blue 1959 Piper Comanche that was seized last April when detectives arrested James Handzus during a sting operation.
Woman Pleads Guilty To Drug-Smuggling Aboard Small Plane In Montgomery County, Pa.Tamara Vincent quietly pleaded guilty to two counts of possession with intent to deliver and one count of conspiracy after she and her pilot-boyfriend flew a small plane in to Wings Field in Montgomery County as part of a drug-smuggling operation.
Montco Accountant Goes Directly To Jail For Embezzling From Clients and Little LeagueWilliam McKernan III admitted he was living the high life on somebody else’s dime, spending tens of thousands of dollars on lavish vacations, expensive clothing, and golf outings.