The governor is expected to talk March 3 about how he'll fill the state's coming $2 billion deficit. He hopes to raise taxes on those making $90,000 or more, but that could be difficult.
Kids run to raise money at Limerick school; Royersford's Project Outreach wins IRS' non-profit status; and PA district attorneys say they were ignored by governor on death penalty moratorium.
The state representative who serves Limerick, Royersford, Lower Pottsgrove, and part of Pottstown joined three other members in working with the state's colleges and universities.
Limerick's state senator thinks this is the year to pass new DUI first-timer legislation; Spring-Ford wrestlers capture PAC-10 Championships; and scouts learning history at Valley Forge.
The fourth annual event, which is sponsored by the Collegeville Economic Development Corp., will be held at The Copperfield Inn at Lakeside on West Ridge Pike.
A Limerick mother in rarefied writing company; Gov. Wolf puts the death penalty on hold; hackers now want your house, not just your data; and if you're a Millennial, whom do you trust?
A fund-raiser for the Spring-Ford Area School Districts' annual safe post-prom party for juniors and seniors, the Feb. 28 show features magician and comedian Sam Sandler.
Police arrest a Collegeville man for alleged drug sales; no stopping the growth at the King of Prussia Mall; and who inherits your Facebook account?
Not one but three Powerball winners, and none of them is you; a conviction for armed robbery in Limerick; and Scottish and Irish music comes this weekend to King of Prussia.
A state police corporal who is a Royersford resident charged in shooting range death of another trooper; a record-setting Powerball prize tonight; and small business charity in Trappe.
The date for the annual emergency preparedness drill at Exelon Nuclear's Limerick Generating Station has been announced. First responders pledge they'll be ready for the big event.
New hearing sought in alleged arson of Limerick detective's home; hybrid learning success in Spring City; a Sunday fire at the Linfield Industrial Park; and Adam Taliaferro's rising star.
A historic drama at Steel River Playhouse; open-hearth cooking in Pottstown; Pottsgrove bowling in Limerick; finding wildflowers in Phoenixville; bridal show in Sanatoga; and lots more.
The state Education Department published SAT averages for local and other high schools Monday. It took the same information offline Wednesday. Oops!