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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.
PhillyDeals: Montgomery County's elected commissioners chairman, Josh Shapiro, is celebrating the county's one-year investment returns since ditching its old-style private money managers and their fees and hiring low-fee Malvern-based Vanguard index funds and Oaks-based SEI "alternative investment" managers to run the county pension fund.
DELAWARE COUNTY Hadley to challenge incumbent Adolph RADNOR A retired venture capitalist will run for state representative in the 165th District against incumbent Republican Bill Adolph.
In response to Sunoco Pipeline L.P.'s plans for a pumping station, a Chester County town passed a series of amendments to its zoning code Tuesday that will make it harder for pipeline companies to win approval for their projects.
WEST CHESTER Chester County's website has been honored by the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania, which cited the website's design, up-to-date content, and user-friendly navigation.
The case against former Montgomery County Republican Chairman Robert J. Kerns narrowed dramatically Wednesday as a judge dismissed rape and sexual-assault charges against him but let stand other counts stemming from his alleged attack last fall on a female employee of his law firm.
When a controversial Montgomery County mulch operation agreed last month to move out of Douglass Township, many residents breathed a sigh of relief.
The press secretary for a central Pennsylvania congressman was arrested this morning after attempting to take a handgun into a congressional office building.
The struggling Chester Upland School District adopted a $118 million budget Monday that raises taxes by 3.4 percent, but a $12.3 million shortfall lingers, according to state-appointed receiver Joe Watkins.
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.
PhillyDeals: Montgomery County's elected commissioners chairman, Josh Shapiro, is celebrating the county's one-year investment returns since ditching its old-style private money managers and their fees and hiring low-fee Malvern-based Vanguard index funds and Oaks-based SEI "alternative investment" managers to run the county pension fund.
DELAWARE COUNTY Hadley to challenge incumbent Adolph RADNOR A retired venture capitalist will run for state representative in the 165th District against incumbent Republican Bill Adolph.
In response to Sunoco Pipeline L.P.'s plans for a pumping station, a Chester County town passed a series of amendments to its zoning code Tuesday that will make it harder for pipeline companies to win approval for their projects.
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.
WASHINGTON – Philadelphia-area Republicans voted Wednesday to support a measure authorizing House Speaker John Boehner to sue President Obama for...
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.