Delco man gets prison for attacking roommate with machete, pipe

Sebastian Garro, of Tinicum Township, was found guilty by a jury of aggravated assault and related offenses.

Candy company exec who mass-produced Peeps gets his own day

With prime Peeps season about to get underway, the Pennsylvania city where they're "born" is honoring the man who brought marshmallow chicks to the masses.

Candy company exec who mass-produced Peeps gets his own day

With prime Peeps season about to get underway, the Pennsylvania city where they're "born" is honoring the man who brought marshmallow chicks to the masses.

Suspended Chesco lawyer again charged with fraud

Joshua Janis previously was charged with racking up hefty credit card bills in the name of his ex-wife to pay for strip club visits, pornography, and a mistress.

Suspended Chesco lawyer again charged with fraud

Joshua Janis previously was charged with racking up hefty credit card bills in the name of his ex-wife to pay for strip club visits, pornography, and a mistress.

Spike in robberies near La Salle University has students worried, administrators scrambling

At least six robberies have happened on the edge of campus since Jan. 1, five more than in the previous two years combined. Students say they are scared to walk even in broad daylight.

Spike in robberies near La Salle University has students worried, administrators scrambling

At least six robberies have happened on the edge of campus since Jan. 1, five more than in the previous two years combined. Students say they are scared to walk even in broad daylight.
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Bucks County man sentenced to life in prison for murder, attempted rape of teenage cousin

Colin Haag III pleaded guilty to the brutal 2018 killing of Autumn Bartle.

Three men and an alligator snagged in drug bust, Chesco DA says

The men have been sent to jail, while the gator has found a new home at the Brandywine Zoo, authorities said.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette employees say they remain on edge after publisher’s ‘bizarre’ and 'violent’ behavior

“I’ve been working in newsrooms for more than a decade, and this is most bizarre thing I’ve seen."

EPA announces ‘action plan’ to address water contamination near military bases in Bucks and Montco

Speaking in Philadelphia, the EPA said it will “move forward” with the process of creating a drinking-water limit for the PFAS chemicals that have tainted drinking water and groundwater in communities nationwide.

Opinion

My neighbor was a basketball star. Then came ordinary life. | Maria Panaritis

You know what you know about your neighbor, and that seems like more than enough. Until you find out they're a hall-of-famer.

Sorry, Netflix, rural Pennsylvania still likes this brick-and-mortar rental chain

Family Video operates 700 locations in the United States and Canada. Blockbuster is down to one.

The Pa. Senate security chief resigned after sexual harassment allegations. The state has been paying his legal bills ever since.

Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati’s office signed off on paying at least $23,355 to cover the legal expenses of former security director Justin Ferrante, who is being sued for harassment, according to documents.

Havertown teen critically wounded in botched drug deal, second teen charged in the shooting

James McCauley is charged with shooting Marquis Mays in the face over an ounce of marijuana.

Delco woman admits to illegally selling opioids

Nancy Ayres sold more than 1,000 oxycodone tablets last year.

Phila. man serving life for murders convicted of killing inmate

A prison inmate serving a life sentence in Philadelphia homicides now faces another life term in the death of a fellow inmate in northwestern Pennsylvania.

Alexa, can you help kids learn and teachers manage a classroom? At Garnet Valley, the answer is: ‘Yes’

The Delaware County school is considered a trailblazer in using the fast-growing technology of digital voice assistants - like Amazon’s Alexa, the most popular, or Google Assistant - as a classroom learning tool that can answer a student’s question or spell a word, conduct learning drills or play s

Pittsburgh pushes strict gun laws after the synagogue massacre. Some people still don’t want them.

City council members have sponsored five gun restriction bills since the shooting at Tree of Life. But lawmakers are facing obstacles that may prove insurmountable.

We The People

Jess and the Mansplainers: A band of college profs led by a superhero expert

You've never heard “Axel F” until you've heard it played on the steel drums.

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