A caller claiming to be a Chester County Deputy Sheriff collecting fines swindled victims of $1,200, authorities said.
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A man was critically injured while riding his bicycle in Upper Merion, and police are asking for the public's help.
Borough fees for the Firebird Festival have more than doubled, organizers said, and fundraisers are hoping to address the balance.
A zip line, petting zoo, scarecrow making, pumpkin decorating, pony rides, trampoline bounce, moon bounce, and much more.
West Chester, following Phoenixville's example, became the second municipality in Pennsylvania to commit to 100 percent clean energy.
These are 10 of the most agonizing photos from an already historic hurricane season. (via Patch National)
Do you recognize these men? Police say they ran a card skimming scheme in Montgomery County that included stealing card numbers and PINs.
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.
Lansdale's municipal complex has been awarded by Montgomery County for its excellence in planning and design.
Election Day is drawing closer, and the race for the mayor of Phoenixville is heating up.