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Montgomery County D.A. Kevin R. Steele and Upper Merion Police Chief Thomas Nolan announced the arrest of Jonathan Tunnell, 40, of Philadelphia, for a murder in a hotel room in King of Prussia. Read more

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71,512 passengers used LVIA last month, a 445.6 percent increase from May 2020. Read more

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The Montgomery County Office of Public Health (OPH) announced Wednesday that, effective Monday, June 21, masking for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals at summer camps and summer schools will be optional, unless required by a business or organization. Read more

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After successful passage by the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, the Senate Law and Justice Committee has approved changes to the Medical Marijuana Act that are designed to provide immediate opportunities for farming communities. Read more

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Bucks County has been in a single U.S. congressional district for 170 years, but some "chatter" in state government threatens a split into two districts.
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"This is one more, crucial, step on our journey to ensuring equity, justice and fairness for all Pennsylvanians,” Read more

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"With today's demand for low carb and low-calorie beers... it was the perfect time to push the boundaries of taste with our Light Lager." Read more

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As of May 31, the fund for county-government retirees slipped over the $1 billion mark, at $1,000,136,000. Read more

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Authorities said Mark Gwozdz, a former officer in the Slate Belt, threatened his wife Read more

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It takes practice, quick responses and flawless teamwork to make those split-second decisions, that lead to winning in sports. And this combination of factors is critical, too, when it comes to responding to an emergency where a life is in peril. Read more

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A man was killed after leading police on a chase then crashing in Northampton County. Read more

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“Protecting seniors and vulnerable adults from neglect, physical, emotional and sexual abuse and financial exploitation begins by recognizing that this could happen to you, your neighbor or your loved ones,” Read more

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Police and residents in a Bucks County town are on the lookout for a black bear. Read more

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“Recognizing the historic significance of the first all-civilian mission to space, we have tried to be incredibly thoughtful because if civilization can journey among the stars, we better have conquered childhood cancer along the way,” Read more

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One of two men accused in a robbery and fatal shooting outside of an Allentown nightclub has pleaded guilty. Read more

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Flags will be flown at half staff to honor a man who recently died while working for the state, Timothy Fitch. Read more

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The amusement park in South Whitehall Township will only be open 5 days a week, Wednesday-Sunday, effective immediately, the park said on Wednesday. Read more

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The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is holding a virtual public hearing Wednesday about plans to reroute a natural gas pipeline in Chester County. Read more

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The rest of the work week will feature some of the nicest weather of the forecast. Read more

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The Reading Area Water Authority says that people opening hydrants, especially without supervision, can have a major impact on the city's system. Read more

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Phillipsburg Town Council on Tuesday night passed an ordinance that prohibits its use to allow time to consider where use will be permitted. Read more

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Leslie Frisbie will succeed John Vignone, who is retiring after 44 years in education. Read more

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The festival, which runs June 15 through Saturday, June 19, features 50-plus films from all sorts of directors. Read more

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Police Chief Madison Winchester praised Detective H. Robert Wanner for having served the township close to 30 years. Read more

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Bethlehem City Council approved an amendment that could ultimately advance a zoning change for developers Lewis Ronca and Norton Herrick. Read more

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The event was so much fun last year the district decided to do it again on top of their standard graduation. Read more

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Even with a 3% tax increase, there is expected to be a budget shortfall of $2,086,721 for Boyertown Area School District. Read more

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Celtic music and bagpipes will be heard and the Highland Games Athletes will be throwing the caber when the Celtic Classic Highland Games & Festival returns to downtown Bethlehem on September 24-26, 2021. Read more

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It's not just residents who find illegal dirt bikes annoying and dangerous, traffic enforcement police have been working on the issue for a long time, and now city council is stepping in. Read more