The victim sustained one gunshot wound to his right bicep with an exit wound through his right forearm and was taken to Aria Torresdale, where he is in stable condition.
Phillies fans are being asked to bring food to the ballpark on Saturday, to help kick off the team’s drive to help the anti-hunger group “Philabundance.”
A man drove himself to the hospital Saturday afternoon after he was reportedly shot in the Torresdale neighborhood of Philadelphia.
The robbery reportedly occurred on Monday night at the Citizens Bank located inside an Acme at 121 City Line Avenue.
According to officials, the money will go to help the University City District find students from West Philadelphia to participate in a certificate program to become a physician’s assistant.
The FBI along with Cheltenham Police are searching for a woman who robbed a bank at the Cedarbrook Mall in Montgomery County Thursday.
Citizens Bank CEO Daniel Fitzpatrick said the bank’s charitable foundation is donating $25,000 to underwrite the museum’s costs on January 20th, to offer free admission and cultural activities to more than 3,000 expected visitors.
Police have announced the arrest of 32-year-old William Edwards in connection to three bank robberies in less than two weeks in Philadelphia.
The People’s Emergency Center gathered goodies donated from Citizens Bank employees for this year’s annual “Stockings of Love” program.
Authorities believe this is the same person who robbed five banks and three retail establishments since October 21st.
Philadelphia Police and the FBI are on the hunt for a suspect who is believed to have robbed two Northeast Philadelphia banks within the last week.
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Citizens Bank has teamed up with Cradles to Crayons to collect backpacks and other essentials for back to school.
Fighting hunger takes a team effort and now Phils fans can join in the effort.
“A lot of these kids from this neighborhood have never gone to camp before,” notes Kareem Bryant, director of neighborhood based programs for Legacy.