Chester County Pa.
Dave Schrader, spokesman for the local Red Cross, says the organization has responded to a handful of calls within the past month — the most recent one when carbon monoxide fumes chased a family from their home on Wednesday night in Coatesville.
Neville Bardos survived a Chester County barn fire last year that killed six of his stablemates.
Al Mollica, interim CEO of the local Boys and Girls Clubs, says the money will be used to help needy kids learn about robotics and other technology, and gain skills in the digital arts including web design.
In the early hours of November 10th, Phoenixville police says someone threw chunks of cement through the plate glass windows of four businesses in the Acme shopping center on Starr Road.
Most boaters have packed up for the season. But some of the most dedicated are now underway, heading to warmer climates.
Even though it’s one of the fastest growing counties in the state, Chester County is still without a facility to train first-responders.
This inspirational sports drama details the improbable title run of the 1971-72 underdog Immaculata College team, which won the first women’s national basketball championship then followed that up by winning it the next two years as well.
Investigators say he “was suffering from a medical condition” and “lost focus.”
A Glenside man is under arrest in Chester County, accused of trying to extort money from his former girlfriend by threatening to release what police say were secretly recorded sex tapes of the two.
As many of us root through drawers and attics for unused jewelry to sell for cash, Jay Lloyd notes that the effort can be turned into a pleasant country getaway.
The trauma center at Paoli Hospital is the first in Pennsylvania to participate in an expanding program aimed at getting vital information into the hands of first responders to auto accidents.
The US Postal Service says it is launching a study that could result in the closing of its mail processing center in Tredyffrin Township, which employs more than 725 workers, and the consolidation of those operations at a site in Southwest Philadelphia.
“We’ve mobilized about 1,200 soldiers so far,” says Sgt. Matthew Jones. “About 400 of those are in Wilkes-Barre. So far they have had to rescue over 150 civilians.”
Philadelphia and its surrounding Pennsylvania counties are hoping for the best this weekend but preparing for the worst.
This will be the fourth season of football for Division II Lincoln University since the school revived the program.