Stomp wine grapes, bob for apples, participate in a pie eating contest, and of course sip beer and wine at the Oct. 1 event.
Delaware County is Pennsylvania's first to file a suit against suppliers, and consulting physicians, of potentially dangerous opioid drugs.
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The volunteer firefighter faces 100 counts of various charges related to sexual assault and he's behind bars on $200,000 bail now.
Additionally, a second raccoon suspected of being rabid attacked a dog and its owner in Havertown, authorities said.
Do you recognize these men? Police say they ran a card skimming scheme in Montgomery County that included stealing card numbers and PINs.
These are 10 of the most agonizing photos from an already historic hurricane season. (via Patch National)
You can apply your children to the area's newest day school now through Jan. 15 for the inaugural 2018-2019 school year.
Do you recognize these men? They are the suspects are wanted in connection with a 3-county ATM card skimming scheme in Eastern Pennsylvania, police said.
The district expects an increase of nearly 1,000 students over the next six years and will present the report Sept. 25. at a public meeting.
The coffee shop wants to help you celebrate fall's arrival by offering free small pumpkin spice cold brews all day Friday.
The National Transportation Safety Board is still investigating the Aug. 22 crash, but issued a preliminary report this week.
Sept. 20 is Rosh Hashanah, the start of the Jewish high holidays and a period of reflection, repentance and celebration.