Officer Jennifer Doyle had already been an Abington police officer for eight years and says she has loved every minute of it but always aspired to be a canine officer.
Hundreds of dollars’ worth of gifts and other items that were supposed to be donated to Goodwill for the holidays were taken from a car in the Noble section of Abington Township last Tuesday.
The program, called “Aging at Home — a Community Network,” is a partnership between the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey and the Visiting Nurse Association Community Services, in Abington.
“It can be as simple as requiring two signatures on every check,” says Montgomery County controller Stewart Greenleaf Jr.
An Abington man is under arrest after being accused of stealing over $40,000 from two youth sports organizations in Montgomery County.
Attorneys are hoping to use that information to reconstruct the collapse by comparing it to how the building looked before and during demolition.
Midway through his trial late last year, Paul Vangore pleaded guilty to three felony counts of criminal solicitation to commit kidnapping with the intent to cause bodily injury.
The local chapter of the Red Cross says they are assisting 16 people who were forced from their homes by fire on Christmas Day.
They’ll pay $75 for handguns and rifles, and $125 for assault weapons.
Police say it was just after 6am Monday when two men, at least one armed with a handgun, burst into the store and announced a holdup.
An Abington Township family’s effort to find a kidney donor for their ailing mother is moving to another level.
Drivers who use Susquehanna Road through Abington to get to the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Montgomery County will have to find another route, starting Monday.
Aretha Swift of Abington just turned 52. She suffers from diabetes, is in renal failure and on dialysis. Doctors say she needs a new kidney, and she’s been on the transplant list for more than a year.
Defense attorney Francis Recchuiti argued that his client, Paul Vangore, is not a flight risk or a threat to the community, his wife, or the alleged victims in the case.
Judge William Furber told Reginald McNeill he is “probably more dangerous than any defendant” he’s ever met during his nearly twenty years on the bench.