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We've rounded up nearby open houses happening this weekend.
For the first time ever, the Paoli Battlefield will host a Wreaths Across America event honoring 53 revolutionary soldiers who died there.
The community has raised more than $283,000 for the Lukens family on GoFundMe. The Sheriff's Office has now established a fund as well.
Breaking: Phillies have signed Indians star first baseman Carlos Santana, hours after trading shortstop Freddy Galvis.
Districts around the area are cancelling after school activities as snow hits the Philadelphia region Friday, and LMSD is one of them.
This is a must-read for parents of college-aged children, or who will be attending soon:
A grand jury has released a scathing 236-page report investigating hazing and excessive alcohol consumption at Penn State fraternities.
The menu features items such as Cannoli French Toast, the stuffed Breakfast Burrito and Jen’s Crespelle. See more details here.
House hunting? Here are this week's open houses around town.
The fires were lit in Cabrini dorm bathrooms recently. Authorities believe they may be tied to racist messages found on campus in September.
Breaking: Authorities have determined the cause of the fatal Schwenksville fire that led to the deaths of two children.