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The Pennsylvania House returns to session on Monday.
Middle Ages came to life Sunday at Glencairn Museum's annual festival.
The Neighborhood Files, Public Safety
Authorities recovered a body from the canal in Lambertville that matches the description of Sarah Majoras.
Heritage Conservancy on Wednesday announced a new future for the Doylestown-based preservation agency.
President Bill Clinton will rally Obama-Biden supporters and volunteers at events in Philadelphia, Blue Bell, Pittsburgh and Scranton on the day before the election.
News, Patch's House & Home, Holiday Guide
If holiday shopping has you thinking about using a layaway plan, the Bucks County Office of Consumer Protection has some advice before you sign.
Joyce Block, 90, was part of the lawsuit against Pennsylvania’s Voter ID law and said she isn’t giving up, even after a state court upheld the law.
The provision was attached to a state budget measure which lawmakers approved late Saturday night.
Police & Fire
The suspect, an off-duty New Jersey police officer, exchanged sporadic fire with responding officers as mid-afternoon standoff lasts until nearly midnight.
The company that owns the rights to Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger" said the presidential candidate did not have permission to use it when he visited the Moose Lodge.
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