Folsom, PADelaware County Daily Times

Ridley man gets 9-18 months for 11th DUI

MEDIA COURTHOUSE — A Ridley Township man arrested in December on his 11th driving under the influence charge was sentenced to nine to 18 months in the county jail Monday after entering an open guilty plea before Common Pleas Court Judge James Bradley. Mark Anthony Perrotta, 57, of the 400...
Wilmington, DEfox29.com

AG: 14 indicted on more than 120 charges linked to gang in Wilmington

WILMINGTON, Del. - Delaware’s attorney general announced Monday that 14 alleged members of a Wilmington-area gang have been indicted on more than 120 criminal charges, including murder, after a six-month investigation involving federal, state and local agencies. According to a news release, members of the gang identified as NorthPak are...
Philadelphia, PAPosted by

Police on the Hunt for Armed Car Jacking Suspects in Philly

PHILADELPHIA, PA — Philadelphia Police are searching for Robbery and Car Jacking suspects and asking for the public’s assistance. Authorities state that on June 11, 2021, at 1:30 AM, the victim was getting out his car on the 2800 block of Kensington Avenue when he was approached by three unknown males. Suspect #1, pointed a handgun at him demanding money and after taking $50 from his wallet and his car keys, the suspect fled in the victim’s vehicle that was later recovered by police unattended.
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Marilyn Johnson

Israeli food truck turned away from diversity event in Philadelphia

Moshava, an Israeli food truck based in Philadelphia, announced yesterday on its Instagram that it was uninvited from the Taste of Home community event on Sunday, June 20. The food truck owners were told by event organizers Sunflower Philly, a non-profit in North Philadelphia, and Eat Up the Borders, an organization whose stated mission is to “help promote small, family, or immigrant owned businesses,” that rumors had been circulating about a possible "aggressive" anti-Jewish protest as a result of their participation.
Lawnside, NJroi-nj.com

Officials cut ribbon for upscale apartment community in Lawnside

Officials in Lawnside celebrated the ribbon-cutting for a new upscale apartment community, Station Place, which will bring 144 units to the borough. The rental community at 400 E. Oak Ave. includes studio, one- and two-bedroom layouts as well as amenities including a pool, fitness center and more. The property was developed by Sterling Properties, and has leased more than 40 units since the official launch of leasing in June.