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Maria Bello Alert: Appearing in Conshohocken Tonight

Actress and local gal Maria Bello will be in Conshy tonight hosting a fundraiser for her non-profit We Advance, which advocates for women’s rights issues […]

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Daylin Leach Officially Running for Allyson Schwartz’s Seat

State Senator Daylin Leach (D-Duh)–fan of legalized pot, foe of genetically modified corn–is running for Allyson Schwartz’s seat in Congress, assuming she runs for governor, […]

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Some Fan of Tom Corbett’s Creates Anti-Bruce Castor Website

Republican Montgomery County Commissioner Bruce Castor, who’s gearing up to Primary Tom Corbett, is being attacked by an anonymous new website that claims his fiscal […]

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Teacher at Pottstown’s Hill School Fired after Getting Drunk, Acting Creepy on School Trip

Ah, high school spring-break trips abroad. The only thing that could make life more unpleasant for a bored, hormonal pack of bratty teenage tourists in […]

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Coming Soon to Montgomery County: Drone Warfare!

Drones might make everyone a little uncomfortable, but who cares if they bring jobs, right? Well, about 200 of them (jobs, not drones) are coming […]

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Your Bread May Have Some Metal Wire in it, Says Bimbo Bakery

Horsham-based bakery Bimbo–AKA that suggestive brand that sponsors the otherwise wholesome Philadelphia Union–is recalling a bunch of its products, “because of the possible presence of […]

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The Company That Manages “Blackout Superdome” Is Based in Conshohocken

Desperate for scraps of Super Bowl glory, Philadelphians have been floating some pretty lame trivia lately: John Harbaugh was once an assistant coach with the […]

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Shake Shack Opening a Joint in King of Prussia Mall

Go West, young cheeseburger palace. In June, Shake Shack unveiled its Center City spot. Last week, it announced a Drexel location. Now, King of Prussia. […]

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Montco, Chesco Schools Get Money for Public Safety

On Friday–just a timely coincidence–37 Pennsylvania schools received nearly $500,000 in state grants to increase public safety and reduce v. Among the recipients were Abington […]

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Upper Dublin High School Put on Lockdown after Umbrella Was Mistaken for Gun

Understandably, tensions are high at schools across the country today. So much so at Upper Dublin High that the police were called and the school […]

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Teen Run Over After Falling Off Hood of Moving Car

An 18-year-old man was flown to a hospital for injuries sustained when he was run over and dragged by a car after he fell off […]

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D.A. Hopes to Reunite Police Dog With Fallen Officer’s Family

Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman says that she’s working to try to reunite a police dog with the family of the Plymouth Township […]

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Police Arrest Final Two Suspects in Hymie’s Robbery

Back in July, four men held up Hymie’s in Lower Merion. At the time, 19 people were in the popular Main Line deli when the […]

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Man Says Stripper Ruptured His Bladder During Dance

A Montgomery County man is suing Port Richmond’s Penthouse Club after an on-stage incident reportedly forced him to have corrective surgery. Lansdale’s Patrick Gallagher was […]

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Stolen Puppy Returned to Pet Store

A man and a woman supposedly worked cooperatively to snatch a puppy from a Montgomery County pet store on Tuesday. On Thursday, the man reportedly […]