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3 hrs ago | NBC Philadelphia
A group of ten boys are eating cheese-covered omelets with sides of bacon at The Corner Caf in Abington, Montgomery County while 34-year-old Rebecca Hagelin has lunch with her mom across the restaurant.
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7 hrs ago | Law.com
Recently, there has been a lot of buzz concerning the issue of whether to legalize medical marijuana.
10 hrs ago | The Sanatoga Post
Everyone's good at something, and there's a prize category for almost everyone's something during the annual Montgomery County 4-H Fair.
14 hrs ago | Philly.com
The roof and side of a barn at Whitecombs Farm Market & Greenhouse in York was blown off and plants knocked over during Tuesday's storm.
19 hrs ago | MyFoxPhilly
PECO reports 204,000 customers are without power in the Philadelphia region due to downed trees and power lines from Tuesday's storm.
More than 30,000 people in Montgomery County are without power following a severe thunderstorm Tuesday night, PECO said.
The bulk of the outages were in Chester County, where Peco reported more than 67,000 homes and businesses were without electric service as of 9:15 p.m. About 20,000 lacked power in Delaware County, 16,000 in Montgomery County, 4,500 in Philadelphia, and 1,200 in Bucks, the utility said.
Pennsylvania House lawmakers put the Pennsylvania American Water Company on the hot seat today during a legislative hearing in Montgomery County on water issues that affected several thousand residents and businesses earlier this year.
Benjamin Franklin Plumbing in PA has announced water heater installation in Montgomery County for summer 2014.
The $29 billion budget passed by the state General Assembly delivers some good news and some bad news to area schools.
A Montgomery County man accused of crashing weddings and stealing gifts has learned his fate.
Police are searching for the suspect who wore a skeleton-style mask while he stole nearly 600 pain-killing pills from a Montgomery County pharmacy.
Schools' Funding A Hostage In State Budget Stand-Off Gov. Tom Corbett has limited options in dealing with the $29 billion state budget delivered to his desk, and which so far he refuses to sign.
Melinda H. Keefe shared the world's horror when a painting by Mark Rothko, one of her favorite artists, was defaced with graffiti.
While many New Jersey shore points had to postpone their fireworks due to weather, many shows in the Pennsylvania suburbs launched on Independence Day without a hitch.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 04:38 pm
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