Two burglaries - in East Greenville Borough and Worcester Township, separate and unrelated but both accomplished without force - are being investigated by Pennsylvania State Police from Skippack.
State police tried to stop a westbound U.S. Route 422 driver for multiple vehicle offenses, they said Monday. He didn't pull over, but sped up. A chase ensued, but was later called off for safety reasons.
Local school districts need not just more state money to operate, but a system which distributes funding equitably. The push for fair funding statewide continues Thursday in Collegeville.
Pennsylvania's Fish and Boat Commission is helping to pay for educational programs being held June through August by the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy on Green Lane Reservoir in Pennsburg.
Home owners on Northridge Road and surrounding Perkiomen Township streets are concerned about property vandalism, possibly caused by teens. The latest incident was reported Sunday. Can you provide a lead?
They were lying on the westbound side of the limited-access highway in Limerick, according to troopers. Also, two Pennsburg teens were ticketed after allegedly bringing alcohol into a school.
State police in Skippack have been busy in recent weeks investigating three separate and unrelated thefts that occurred in Perkiomen, Upper Frederick, and Upper Providence, they said Thursday.
The 131st Legislative District state representative, whose constituents include residents of Upper Hanover, East Greenville, and Pennsburg, has opened her Red Hill office for in-person services.