Here are the top-10 most read stories this month in Plymouth, Whitemarsh and Conshohocken:
-A look at inspection reports from local businesses from the month of January.
Overturned Truck in Whitemarsh Snarles Traffic Friday-In an attempt to avoid a car he thought was going to cut him off, a truck driver flipped his vehicle on Feb. 15; it took more than five hours for crews to clean up the scene. Story includes video.
Car Falls from Turnpike onto Railroad Tracks -A driver was uninjured after falling more than 65 feet onto train tracks on Feb. 1.
-Follow up from this story, a Blue Bell Woman was charged with alleged DUI, striking five pedestrians and fleeing the scene.
Woman Critically Injured in Crash with SEPTA Bus on Germantown Pike -A woman struck a SEPTA bus head on just outside of Whitemarsh Township in Springfield.
Custom-Built Home s Priciest in Conshohocken [PHOTOS] -A home on W. 4th Ave has a lot of custom-built amenities and a $500,000 price tag.
Whitpain Cop Found Not Guilty of Whitemarsh DUI -This story got a lot of readers talking – a former Whitpain police officer was acquitted of DUI and harassment after a Whitemarsh incident in August of 2011.
-State Senator Daylin Leach, who represents Plymouth and Conshohocken, thinks that marijuana should be legalized for recreational use.
-A woman received harassing calls to her Whitemarsh home; two men were changed with disorderly conduct, reduced from a narcotics charge, and a Whitemarsh man reported identity theft.
Girl Missing from Norristown Area Now Found -A story with a good ending–a Norristown girl wandered away from her family after school, but returned home “safe and sound” by dinnertime.