In Other News

Joseph P. Walsh installed as new Montgomery County judge

By Carl Hessler Jr. @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter|

Phys. Ed. for parents: Moms and dads can involve kids to find time for fitness

Schools are back in session and that can mean pretty hectic schedules for parents with all the drop-offs, pick-ups and extracurricular activities. It’s no wonder that some moms and dads have a difficult time finding an opportunity to excise.

By Michilea Patterson @MichileaP on Twitter|


  • Entertainment

    Monster Energy Rock Allegiance to turn it up a notch in Chester

    Sure, it gets lively at Talen Energy Stadium for Philadelphia Union home matches, but nothing quite as intense as this.

    By Brian Bingaman @brianbingaman on Twitter|

  • News

    Tweets by Ursinus College trustees’ chairman spark controversy

    COLLEGEVILLE >> A series of controversial tweets posted by the chairman of the board of trustees of Ursinus College has stirred outrage on campus and prompted another board member to resign after calling the posts “elitist, racist and sexist.”

    By Eric Devlin @Eric_Devlin on Twitter|

  • News

    2 Chester County business owners plead in tax cases

    HARRISBURG >> The operators of two Chester County businesses were sentenced in separate cases to probation and ordered to pay restitution after individually pleading guilty to state tax offenses, Secretary of Revenue Eileen McNulty recently announced.

    Staff Report|

  • News

    Water contaminants found at former Worcester Army Reserve Center

    WORCESTER >> The same contaminants seen at similar bases in Horsham and Warminster in recent years have now been found on a former U.S. Army base on Berks Road in Worcester Township.

    By Dan Sokil @dansokil on Twitter|

  • News

    Injured hiker rescued near French Creek

    WARWICK >> A hiker who was injured along French Creek Monday was rescued by a Chester County task force.

    Digital First Media|

  • News

    Judge weighs admissibility of recorded Cosby phone call

    NORRISTOWN >> A Montgomery County judge will rule later if a recorded phone conversation during which entertainer Bill Cosby allegedly made incriminating statements can be played by prosecutors at his sex assault trial, which is now set for next June.

    By Carl Hessler Jr. @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter|

  • Food

    Amore for Amatrice: Chefs aid earthquake relief

    Earthquake-ravaged Amatrice and its namesake pasta, bucatini all’Amatriciana, hold a special place in Gianluca Demontis’ heart. So he and fellow chefs are cooking up donations, hoping you dine in to help out.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media|

  • Food

    YANKEE CHEF: Pasta dish with a touch of the Sunshine State

    Such a simple and surprisingly different pasta dish that reminds you of Florida. The crisp flavor of orange juice cuts into the chicken broth perfectly. If you use fat free chicken broth, you have dramatically altered the fat content of this dish, which only enhances the allure of this great summertime dish.

    By Jim Bailey |

  • News

    Montgomery County DA seeks to include testimony of 13 women Bill Cosby allegedly assaulted

    NORRISTOWN >> Prosecutors called sifting through Bill Cosby’s alleged history of sexual misconduct a “herculean task” in a motion filed Tuesday to include those deeds as testimony during the entertainer’s trial.

    By Kaitlyn Foti @kaitlynfoti on Twitter|

  • News

    Hazardous waste collection event set for Sept. 10

    Area residents who have a garage or basement stocked with unused portions of hazardous materials such as cleaning products will have the chance to dispose of them properly at a waste collection event later this month.

    By Michael P. Rellahan @ChescoCourtNews on Twitter|

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