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BucksInq: On Tuesday, Bucks County Democratic House candidate Kevin Strouse will debut a new television ad, according to his campaign.
Set along a stretch of strip malls, the baseball field and wooded lot in Brookhaven Borough appear out of place.
Big changes coming to post-industrial Rock Hill Road.
Like a sentry who doesn't know how to dress for the job, Rock Hill Road looks too post-industrial-disheveled to be one of the main gateways to Lower Merion Township.
WEST CHESTER The Marcellus Shale Coalition, a trade group, is cosponsoring a bus tour of well pads in Northeastern Pennsylvania aimed at educating business owners and residents about the industry and promoting its potential economic impacts.
CapitolInq: Philadelphia-area Republicans voted Wednesday to support a measure authorizing House Speaker John Boehner to sue President Obama for overstepping his authority.
The Montgomery County Democratic Committee has hired Tom Infield, a former Inquirer staff writer, as its new communications director.
Cuyler Walker, the Republican candidate for the 158th District state House seat, withdrew from the race Monday, more than a month after the deadline to withdraw. Walker cited unspecified personal issues.
Cremation rates are going up, but communities resist new facilities.
Once looking to shed its real estate holdings, Montgomery County is now considering spending tens of millions of dollars to overhaul or expand its headquarters and surrounding offices in Norristown.
Montgomery County will have to pay 18 percent more for legal-liability insurance as a result of a $1.65 million lawsuit settlement by the District Attorney's Office.
A lunchtime rally at the Delaware County Courthouse on Monday was billed as a fight for increasing the minimum wage, but it took on the character of a Democratic campaign rally, with not a single low-wage earner in sight.
CHESTER COUNTY GOP selects Ross to replace Walker in 158th District race KENNETT SQUARE State Rep. Chris Ross (R., Chester) will run for a 10th term to represent the 158th District in November, replacing a candidate who withdrew from the race last week.
Under a proposed settlement with the state, 27 same-sex couples who wed in the summer of 2013 would be recognized as married, but their legal anniversaries would move to May 20, 2014.
The Pennsylvania House Democratic Campaign Committee charged Sunday that Chester County Republican Cuyler Walker, who last week pulled out of the race for the state legislature, was facing a law enforcement investigation.
WEST CHESTER The Marcellus Shale Coalition, a trade group, is cosponsoring a bus tour of well pads in Northeastern Pennsylvania aimed at educating business owners and residents about the industry and promoting its potential economic impacts.
Gun-owners' group donates funds and foot soldiers to GOP aspirant for Congress.
BucksInq: On Tuesday, Bucks County Democratic House candidate Kevin Strouse will debut a new television ad, according to his campaign.
Set along a stretch of strip malls, the baseball field and wooded lot in Brookhaven Borough appear out of place.
Big changes coming to post-industrial Rock Hill Road.
Like a sentry who doesn't know how to dress for the job, Rock Hill Road looks too post-industrial-disheveled to be one of the main gateways to Lower Merion Township.
CapitolInq: Philadelphia-area Republicans voted Wednesday to support a measure authorizing House Speaker John Boehner to sue President Obama for overstepping his authority.