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Husband, 84, Charged With Beating to Death Wife, 85. Cops Say a Cat Sparked the Violence
An elderly man in Pennsylvania has been charged with first-degree murder for beating his wife to death with a candle jar
Bucks County park briefly closed after 'large feline' spotted roaming trails
The animal, which was caught on camera in Aquetong Spring Park, is about 20 inches tall with black hair.
Widows of Pennsylvania troopers killed in I-95 crash react to driver's sentencing
Jayana Webb, of Eagleville, will serve up to 60 years for striking and killing two state troopers and a pedestrian.
Man struck by bullet fired outside of his Hatfield home, police say
HATFIELD TWP., Pa. - A man was shot inside of his Montgomery County home on Tuesday night, police say. The man was inside of his Forest Hills Drive home in Hatfield Township when he was hit by a bullet that was fired outside of the home, police said. It happened...
These kimberton, PA based Puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around kimberton..
Philadelphia man convicted of attempted murder of police officer during shooting at King of Prussia Mall
NORRISTOWN — A Philadelphia man looked down with a blank expression as a jury convicted him of attempting to kill an Upper Merion police officer during a chaotic shooting incident outside the King of Prussia Mall during the height of the busy Christmas shopping season last year. Andrew Wiley,...
Infamous quadruple murderer can’t sue psychiatrist for ‘grossly negligent treatment’ because that would amount to profiting off of crimes, high court
Quadruple murderer Cosmo DiNardo cannot sue his psychiatrist for damages because that would allow him to profit off of his crimes, Pennsylvania's high court ruled. The post Infamous admitted quadruple murderer can’t sue psychiatrist for ‘grossly negligent treatment’ because that would amount to profiting off of crimes, high court rules first appeared on Law & Crime.
Collegeville’s Alex Bright Will Bring the Heat to The Chili Bowl Nationals
Bright has been a familiar face at the Chili Bowl for years and he will join other contenders like Hank Davis of Oklahoma and Tim Buckwalter, another Pennsylvanian racer. FloRacing has released the list of drivers who will be competing in the 2024 Chili Bowl Nationals on Saturday, January 13, and Collegeville will be well-represented with driver Alex Bright.
2 pedestrians struck, 1 killed, in Delaware County's Glenolden Borough
A 65-year-old woman was killed after two pedestrians were struck early Wednesday morning in Delaware County.
An Affidavit Claims a 15-Year-Old Killed a Man Who Was Accused of Raping His Girlfriend With His Father’s Gun
A tragic incident unfolded on November 22 in Pottstown, where a 15-year-old boy shot and killed a 39-year-old man using his father’s gun. Following the incident, the teenager reportedly yelled explicit words. Thomas James Niarhos, a Stowe resident, is now facing first-degree murder charges in connection with the daytime...
NJ driver gets prison in hit-and-run death in Bucks County McDonald's parking lot
This year his family and friends planned to celebrate the wedding of Jason Smith. Instead, they grieved at his funeral and spoke for him at the sentencing of the New Jersey man responsible for ending his life in a Bristol Township fast food parking lot in February. ...
Lawyer, councilwoman discuss potential solutions for people at Pottstown homeless encampment following judge's order
POTTSTOWN, Pa. - A homeless encampment - that has become the source of frustration for some residents and officials - in part of Montgomery County will live on, at least that's how it appears for now. A ruling from a judge came down Tuesday, saying Pottstown cannot arrest or cite...
Philadelphia man sent to prison on gun charges after car stop in Abington
NORRISTOWN — A Philadelphia man was sent to prison on charges he illegally possessed a firearm in Abington Township, a crime discovered after a traffic stop. Jon-Peyton Brooks, 44, of the 100 block of South 63rd Street, was sentenced in Montgomery County Court to 4 to 10 years in a state correctional facility after he pleaded guilty to felony charges of persons not to possess firearms and firearms not to be carried without a license in connection with an April 2023 incident in Abington.
Lawsuit alleging CVS improperly filled plaintiff's prescription is remanded to state court
PHILADELPHIA – A federal judge has remanded to state court a lawsuit from an Upper Darby woman, who alleged CVS Pharmacy improperly and incorrectly prescribed her medication, leading her to suffer adverse reactions. Roslyn Hawkins of Upper Darby initially filed suit in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas...
Urgent Notice for Local Residents: Code Blue Cold Weather Emergency Declared in Montgomery County from Nov 27-30, 2023
The Montgomery County Commissioners in Norristown, Pennsylvania, have issued a Code Blue Cold Weather Emergency. This decision, advised by the Montgomery County Department of Public Safety and based on National Weather Service forecasts, covers the period from Monday, November 27, 2023, 9 p.m. to Thursday, November 30, 2023, 9 a.m. During this time, temperatures or wind chill may fall below 20 degrees Fahrenheit, which could be dangerous for individuals without shelter.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center receives major grant. Here's how it will be used.
In early November, Novant Health New Hanover Regional Medical Center (NHRMC) secured a $500,000 grant from the North Carolina Governor’s Crime Commission to expand its violence intervention program. The program, focused on curbing community violence, began back in October 2022 with funds from the New Hanover Regional Medical Center Foundation, said Sarah Arthur,...
Police Release Details of Investigation After Vehicle Struck by Train in Lansdale
Lansdale Borough Police have released information from their investigation into a train versus vehicle crash that occurred Sunday night on East Hancock Street. Crews were dispatched to the rail crossing on East Hancock Street between Church Road and Broad Street at 5:45 p.m. on Nov. 26 for a report of a vehicle that was struck by a SEPTA train. Arriving personnel found a gray Toyota sedan that had been struck by a SEPTA train on the regional rail line.
Alleged Peeping Tom Peered Into Bucks County Homes, Police Say
Sergei Dvoriannikov, 41, of Vernon Hills, Illinois, is charged with two counts of loitering and prowling, both misdemeanors, according to township police. Investigators said previously that a peeping Tom was spotted on Cushmore Road and recorded by a resident's home security system. Court records show Dvoriannikov is due back in...
Montgomery County Intensifies Drug Enforcement with Key Arrest
The Montgomery County law enforcement's vigilant efforts led to the arrest of Bernard Jones from Danville, following a substantial marijuana seizure. Jones's apprehension brings to light the county's persistent struggle with drug-related offenses, as he was caught with nearly a pound of marijuana. The charges against him are severe, including delivery of a controlled substance, delivery of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia, underscoring the ongoing crackdown on illegal drug activities.
Legislation wants to put a hard deadline on new child welfare system, but where would it go next?
Across the Commonwealth, there are several different child welfare information system counties can use. Nearly five years ago, the state began working toward a new unified system. Legislation has been proposed and re-proposed by Representative Craig Staats to put a hard deadline on when that system needs to be done.