Delaware County Pa.
The northern snakehead, a predatory fish from China, has been caught at the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge in Tinicum Township.
Three Delaware County, Pa. men who survived the “day that will live in infamy” got a first-hand tour of a Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit dear to their hearts.
Authorities say there have been six incidents since Christmas. Rocks are being thrown at cars on West Wayne Avenue from the Radnor Trail.
Two teams, each comprised of four players, try to slide massive stone into position over a circular target.
Nether Providence police detective Michael Erickson says that on December 1st, just before midnight, a 29-year-old driver was going westbound on Baltimore Pike, “when he heard a large bang and something hit him in the face.”
Airlines operating at Philadelphia International would bear much of the cost.
Police say the young woman started to walk away, but the man did not, grabbing her from behind.
Officer Stephen Capizzi s free on $50,000 bail after his arrest in connection with an incident earlier this month at a trolley stop in Sharon Hill.
“What we heard today was absolutely nothing,” said United Steelworkers VP Gary Beevers after a meeting in Marcus Hook.
The camera that recorded the encounter inside the Quadrangle assisted living facility in Haverford was put there by the elderly patient’s family, hidden inside a clock. The tape got a lot of TV play.
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.
Detectives traced the suspected car to 31-year-old Michael Donohue, a five-year employee of the Delaware County district attorney’s office, who resigned his job last week after being removed from duty.
Some 300 listened as Biden hailed those who served their country, particularly the two-million-plus young people who stepped up after America was attacked a decade ago.
It was a hard fought, expensive campaign, and Election Night proved equally grueling as the results swung back and forth.
The new, 8,500-square-foot building replaces the two smaller buildings that could no longer accommodate the more than 130,000 visitors who stop into the center each year.