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Hyram Hill, Son Of Philadelphia Police Officer, Killed In Targeted Shooting In North Philly, Sources Say

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The son of a Philadelphia police officer was shot and killed outside a corner store Monday morning. Police sources say investigators believe 23-year-old Hyram Hill was targeted. Philadelphia Police sources say they’re no longer considering the motive in this deadly attack to be a robbery. Hill, a 23-year-old and son of a Philadelphia police officer from the 12th District, was targeted. Police say there were two shooters. He was shot a total of nine times, eight of them in the back. Police say at 4:40 a.m. Monday, Hill had stopped to go to a corner store at Broad Street and Allegheny Avenue...
PHILADELPHIA, PA
Delaware County Daily Times

One caught, one sought in NYE Wawa murder

LOWER CHICHESTER – One man is in custody and another is being sought for a New Year’s Eve shooting that left an 18-year-old man dead and another person critically wounded, Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer announced Wednesday. “The suspects in this case planned to steal a half-pound...
DELAWARE COUNTY, PA
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Fleetwood defeats Antietam in boys basketball [updated]

Fleetwood junior Jake Karnish ranks among the leading scorers in the Berks Conference, averaging more than 18 points a game. Karnish, however, did not play his best game of the season Wednesday night against Antietam, so the Tigers needed somebody else to fill the void. Nate Herb and Dylan Fickes...
FLEETWOOD, PA
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Hill School bigs bolster Blues in MAPL win over Lawrenceville

POTTSTOWN >> The Hill School boys basketball team can match up with just about anybody in the front court. With forwards Augie Gerhart (6-foot-9), Ethan Meuser (6-foot-8) and Gabe Moss (6-foot-9) along with combo wing Josh Cameron (6-foot-7), the Blues typically enjoy a nice advantage inside. Although Moss, a University...
POTTSTOWN, PA
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Delco Man Charged With Over Two Dozen Burglaries Across Pa., NJ

A Delaware County man faces numerous charges in connection to over two dozen burglaries in several counties across Pennsylvania and New Jersey. According to Manheim Township police, Francisco Cartagena, 45, of Collingdale, is accused of breaking into several homes in the Cobblestone Lane area back in November in broad daylight, stealing jewelry, cash and other valuables.
COLLINGDALE, PA

International Women’s Day Luncheon set for March 8

The Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce is hosting an International Women’s Day Luncheon on Tuesday, March 8, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Jericho National Golf Club, 250 Brownsburg Road, New Hope. Attendees will enjoy a sit-down lunch, networking with other local career-focused women and hear from...
BUCKS COUNTY, PA
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Children Looking For North Philadelphia Mother Find Her Roommate Deceased, Mom Missing

59-year-old Kim Darlene Ezell is missing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her family is asking for help from the public on information about Darlene's disappearance. On January 4, 2022, around 9:30 am, Darlene spoke with her daughter, Jameelah Ezell, on the telephone. On the following day, Darlene's children went to her house in the 1700 block of West Allegheny Avenue in North Philadelphia. Their mother had failed to answer her phone or return calls. According to 6 ABC, Jameelah broke into her mother's house. Instead of finding their mother at home, her children made a horrific discovery.
PHILADELPHIA, PA
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Men’s Tennis Drops to Penn, 6-1

PHILADELPHIA – Temple men's tennis fell to city rival, Penn on Wednesday evening at the Hecht Tennis Center. This loss puts the Owls at 0-2 for the season while Penn advances to 2-0. Notes. The Owls played the Quakers close in doubles competition but ultimately finished 0-3, dropping the...
PHILADELPHIA, PA
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ARTSQUEST ANNOUNCES NEW ‘BLACK FILM: THEN AND NOW’ CINEMA SERIES

BETHLEHEM, Pa.— ArtsQuest’s Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas is proud to present a new screening series, Black Film: Then and Now, on Sat., Feb. 19. In addition, The LGBTQ+ Film Series will return on Wed., Feb. 9. Tickets are free to all screenings in both series and can be reserved at steelstacks.org/film.
BETHLEHEM, PA
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