Person killed by hit-run driver in Bucks County

The incident occurred just after 6:05 p.m. in the 1400 block of Route 611 in Warrington Township.

In Pa. House, Democrats from Philly and suburbs gain political muscle

On Tuesday, four legislators from Philadelphia and its suburbs were elected to leadership spots in the House's Democratic caucus.

In Pa. House, Democrats from Philly and suburbs gain political muscle

On Tuesday, four legislators from Philadelphia and its suburbs were elected to leadership spots in the House's Democratic caucus.

Aubrey Bright Jones Jr., 83, engineer who oversaw Enon Tabernacle building project

Since the church whose construction Mr. Jones supervised opened in 2006, the number of Enon worshippers has grown to 15,000, the Rev. Dr. Alyn E. Waller said.

Aubrey Bright Jones Jr., 83, engineer who oversaw Enon Tabernacle building project

Since the church whose construction Mr. Jones supervised opened in 2006, the number of Enon worshippers has grown to 15,000, the Rev. Dr. Alyn E. Waller said.

Facing Vatican imposed delay, U.S. bishops debate their own accountability

Discussion among bishops Tuesday demonstrated wide agreement that something must be done to better hold themselves accountable, but when it came to determining exactly what, when and why, divisions became apparent.

Facing Vatican imposed delay, U.S. bishops debate their own accountability

Discussion among bishops Tuesday demonstrated wide agreement that something must be done to better hold themselves accountable, but when it came to determining exactly what, when and why, divisions became apparent.
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Bucks DA: Former leaders stole from cash-strapped ambulance squad

Brian Eckert and Ruth Rookstool are accused of stealing more than $130,000 from the Morrisville Ambulance Squad.

What caused the Gladwyne home explosion? Authorities aren’t sure yet.

While authorities have released the property back to the homeowners, they await lab results that will help them determine just what caused the explosion.

For first time in nearly 50 years, Pa. expands tax credits for investing in distressed neighborhoods

For the first time since the Neighborhood Assistance Program began nearly 50 years ago, the state legislature last month doubled the amount of available tax credits.

Vatican orders U.S. bishops to halt plans for vote on sex-abuse reforms

The surprise announcement pulled the rug out from what was slated to be a three-day reckoning for the prelates on their own conduct amid a new low-point in a crisis that has plagued the nation's 196 Catholic diocese for decades.

Michelle L. Skalsky Simon, 67, NE Philadelphia lawyer and volunteer

Ms. Skalsky believed children should have a chance for a healthy, happy life. She worked for charities that made that their goal.

Pennsylvania diocese sued over priest named in probe

Man files suit against Allentown diocese alleging abuse by now-defrocked priest named in statewide grand jury report

A ‘trifecta’ of honors for a South Jersey school district

A South Jersey school district is recognized for top honors: principal, superintendent and sign language teacher named outstanding educators for the state. Ocean City Superintendent credits 'salt in the air' for district's success.

Take a book, leave a book. Little Free Libraries are popping up around Philly.

Little Free Library, a system in which people are encouraged to "take a book, leave a book", is growing in the Philadelphia suburbs.

Election Round 2: Pa. legislators to select new (or old) leaders

If you challenge a sitting leader, "You do so at your own peril," one expert said.

Camden County feeds the primates, the birds and more at Philly’s zoo

The Camden Freeholder Board's Office of Sustainability has partnered with the Philadelphia Zoo to sell leafy greens at 50 cents a head to supplement the zoo's animal nutrition program.

Students arrested, security officer assaulted in brawl at Lincoln University

In a statement Saturday, administrators at the school in Chester County said the incident began as students were waiting in line for an event being held inside the student union building.

Pedestrian critically injured in Center City hit-and-run

A 59-year-old man was struck as he tried to cross Market Street at 21st Street.

Berks DA: Man shot upskirt photos of 31 women throughout Philly suburbs

Eric Milus, 57, allegedly took the photos at shopping malls and grocery stores.

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