Philly Cop Mumbles 'You Might Get Your Wish to Beat Up Kids' on Radio Amid LootingNik HatziefstathiouNewsBreak Contributor
Eleni Cavalcante Released from Custody Amid Investigation, Brandao Family Pursue VisaNik HatziefstathiouNewsBreak Contributor
"Rest well Eddie" Looting in Philadelphia has begun: Charges dropped against officer.AUTISMLATINO.COM - LATINO AND URBAN AUTISM AWARENESS & ACCEPTANCENewsBreak Contributor
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52 people arrested after looters target stores across Philadelphia
Videos posted to social media showed looters ransacking stores and carrying out large amounts of merchandise.
Flight attendant found dead with sock in her mouth at Philadelphia Airport Marriott
The 66-year-old flight attendant was found unresponsive inside one of the hotel rooms by a cleaning crew.
Construction of Two Roundabouts on Easton Road Begins in Early October
DOYLESTOWN, PA—PennDOT announced that it will begin work on roundabouts on Easton Road south of the borough starting Oct. 9, 2023. Two roundabouts, one on the northbound and southbound side of Easton Road at the intersection with New Britain Road and Sauerman Road. The work is scheduled to take place from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. PennDOT is scheduling the work to go through April 7, 2026. PennDOT representatives discussed the project in May of 2022 at the Doylestown Township Board of Supervisors. At that time, PennDOT officials said the roundabouts will be designed to reduce vehicle speeds to 25 miles per hour. They also said data show that roundabouts reduce fatal crashes by 90% and reduce crashes resulting in injuries by 75%. PennDOT’s announcement of the construction said that the design of the roundabouts will include facilities to accommodate SEPTA and Dart bus routes. Bike and hike trails to the east and west of the road will also be connected during the construction. PennDOT has created a web page for the project that has more details. Want to be the first to know what’s going on in Doylestown? Sign up for our newsletters online.
Segment of Easton Road in Abington Township closed to thru traffic until December
Easton Road from Old Welsh Road to Hamilton Avenue in Abington Township will be closed to thru traffic for Aqua construction beginning Tuesday, September 26 until the end of the year. According to the Township, work will generally take place weekdays from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Flaggers will allow access for...
Charges dropped against Philadelphia police officer in shooting death of Eddie Irizarry
A judge dismissed all charges against former Philadelphia police officer Mark Dial on Tuesday in the death of Eddie Irizarry, who was shot and killed while sitting in his car last month.
Bristol Twp. mom and two children reported missing Tuesday night have been found
The Bristol Township Police Department's search for Andria Downey, who, along with her two children, went missing on Tuesday evening, ended with the three found safe with family in Falls. Here are the physical descriptions of Andria Downey and her children. What does Andria Downey look like ...
Meeting held to address safety at Abington High School after violent brawls
School leaders and parents joined together Tuesday night to discuss safety in schools after videos of violent brawls inside Abington High School surfaced.
Belt, hands, cords used to beat seven Sellersville kids, court documents claim
A Sellersville couple charged with neglecting their seven children also beat, punched, suffocated and threatened the kids, court documents show. Shane Robertson, 47, and Crystal Robertson, 38, were arraigned Monday on multiple counts of misdemeanor simple assault and conspiracy. They were sent to Bucks County Jail on $500,000 and $250,000 bail respectively. ...
Halfway house resident now a fugitive after leaving his job in Mount Laurel
MOUNT LAUREL - Police are seeking a halfway house resident who fled from state oversight here. Edward Berbon, 54, failed to report to a community program after completing a work shift at a Mount Laurel retail business on Saturday, Sept. 23, according to the state Department of Corrections. Mount Laurel's police department said it...
Warminster Road Bridge Project nearing conclusion, lane closure in Upper Moreland in October
The Warminster Road Bridge, which passes over Pennypack Creek and through a portion of Upper Moreland Township, is receiving a full replacement courtesy of PennDOT. The 136-year-old concrete-encased steel beam structure is being replace by a prestressed concrete box beam bridge that will be 110 feet long and 38 feet wide.
Adopt Dallas the puppy
Dallas is a 4-month-old female puppy searching for her furever home. She is house and crate trained, walks well on the leash and is super friendly. She loves to give kisses and snuggle. She’ll be the perfect new addition to any family. She is good with people and other animals.
Two Officers Injured in Collision While Responding to North Philadelphia Looting
Early Wednesday at 1 a.m., an accident occurred in North Philadelphia, resulting in two police officers being hospitalised. The officers were responding to an incident of looting during which their patrol vehicle collided with a civilian car at the Allegheny and Glenwood avenues intersection.
World’s Largest Sesame Place Store Sets Grand Opening Date in Langhorne, PA
Oh get ready. The world's largest Sesame Street-themed retail store, the Sesame Place Store, is about to open in Langhorne, PA. Of course, Langhorne is home to Sesame Place, the coolest Sesame Street-themed amusement park. My family made lots of great memories there when my children were younger. The new,...
Woman Attacked During Intimate Transaction Gone Wrong
KING OF PRUSSIA, PA – On September 12, at approximately 11:20 AM, Upper Merion Police… The post Woman Attacked During Intimate Transaction Gone Wrong appeared first on Shore News Network.
Man killed his mom and brother then called FBI and said they were ‘in the kitchen and cannot come to the phone’: Police
Aaron Deshong was arrested for allegedly killing his 53-year-old brother and 74-year-old mother, fatally shooting them inside of the home he shared with the latter victim. The post Man killed his mom and brother then called FBI and said they were ‘in the kitchen and cannot come to the phone’: Police first appeared on Law & Crime.
Philly Mayor to Veto Bill Blocking Overdose Prevention Centers Calling It ‘Troublingly Anti-Science’
The move, however, may be largely symbolic
Willingboro man who killed Maple Shade woman receives 25 years prison sentence
MOUNT HOLLY - A Willingboro man has received a 25-year prison term for killing a woman at a Maple Shade apartment complex. Semaj T. Pittman, 24, admitted guilt earlier this year to the aggravated murder of Kayla Winkler, a 22-year-old resident of The Arbors complex on Lenola Road. Winkler's boyfriend,...
Local Job Opportunities: PennDOT Hosting Hiring Event in Montgomery County Next Week
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is planning a hiring event. It will be held at the Montgomery County Maintenance facility. The event is scheduled for Wednesday, October 4, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. The purpose is to attract suitable candidates for various open positions.
Double Trouble: Pennsylvania School District Has 17 Sets of Twins Starting Kindergarten
They are being called the "Twin-dergarteners" by the Colonial School District in Montgomery County.
Pennsylvania American Water acquires Montgomery County company
Pennsylvania American Water has announced it has reached an agreement to purchase a company in Montgomery County. Pennsylvania American Water has agreed to acquire Audubon Water Company, a private, investor-owned system serving approximately 2,900 customers in Lower Providence Township, Montgomery County and is located directly between Pennsylvania American Water’s existing Royersford and Norristown water systems.