Seven medium- and small-sized, employee-focused companies in western Montgomery and northern Chester counties have been named to a statewide list as the 2020 "Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania."
A "Trump For President" yard sign being displayed in the 500 block of Old Philadelphia Pike in Douglass (Berks) Township was reported as stolen. It was big, too: 4-feet-by-8-feet in size.
Douglass (Berks) Police issued citations Friday morning following a two-vehicle crash on eastbound U.S. Route 422, in which they said a car driver attempted to pass a truck in a construction zone.
With six photos. Eight different local fire companies and departments, and dozens of their volunteer members, arrived Thursday night in Sanatoga to practice filling and emptying water trucks in a mock emergency exercise.
Three local institutions that are helping to educate and entertain the public while preserving the area's cultural history were awarded substantial grants Tuesday under a special state program.
Montgomery County's coroner has ruled the Monday night shootings in Gilbertsville as a double homicide and suicide, the county district attorney said Tuesday. He urged anyone living in a violent situation to seek help.
Talk's Tavern on Benjamin Franklin Highway in Douglassville was issued a citation for allegedly furnishing alcoholic beverages to a 20-year-old, according to a September report from the state police.
With video. What's great, and not so great, about Swamp Pike and five other historic turnpikes that serve residents and businesses across Montgomery County? Its Planning Commission wants public comment.