In information releases distributed Thursday, Pennsylvania State Police said they recently investigated alleged road rage, a domestic dispute resulting in injury, and a building supply theft.
While everyone else stayed indoors to escape torrential rain and gusting winds of Tropical Storm Ida, Skippack-based state police said a thief used the bad weather as cover to steal a catalytic converter.
Maybe you know the stomach-wrenching churn that occurs when you've lost your cell phone in a public place. It's probably familiar, too, for a woman who recently visited the Valley Forge Casino Resort.
Lower Pottsgrove commissioners' President Bruce Foltz and fellow board members are pondering the future of electric vehicle charging in the township, and may consider an ordinance regulating it.
A former Valley Forge Casino Resort patron, who was said to have been permanently evicted from its King of Prussia premises, showed up there Thursday. He was cited for trespassing.
Need financial or other assistance in recovering from property damage by Tropical Storm Ida? The government is opening registration centers beginning Friday in Oaks, King of Prussia, and Collegeville.
In separate and unrelated incidents this week, Pennsylvania State Police said they arrested a Berks County man on drug-related charges, and two Montgomery County individuals for alleged DUI offenses.
Fire companies that serve Trappe, Oaks and Mont Clare, Spring City, and Phoenixville PA all have won $500 firefighting support grants from Pennsylvania American Water, the company said Wednesday.