She was the “Bonnie” in what was called a Bonnie-and-Clyde identity fraud scam which broke in 2007.
A team of medical residents from Albert Einstein Medical Center have won a national game-style contest.
The two-day conference will be a discussion on war, and the responsibilities that go along with it.
School district superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard says declining enrollment, overspending, and cuts in federal funding mean the district is facing a $75-million shortfall.
It’s the 28th annual gathering of women who work in local and state police departments in the Midatlantic region.
Revel president and CEO Scott Keegan says the casino-hotel is working toward financial stability. And, he adds, that does not include closing if ownership changes.
McGillin’s Olde Ale House, on Drury Street, just off 13th and Chestnut, has been opening its door since 1860. On St. Patrick’s Day, the crowd starts early.
Potholes are caused by macadam freezing and thawing, then cracking. But Leslie McCarthy, assistant professor of engineering at Villanova University, says tests are underway on new materials which resist contraction.
Police say an undercover officer contacted one of the women through a web page. They say a man was nabbed with 54 packets of crack cocaine on him.
New Jersey acting attorney general John Hoffman says all four had vacation homes at the shore which they claimed were their primary homes.
The US Customs and Border Protection agency has been busy intercepting packages at Philadelphia International Airport over the last week.
Paula Sanders, 49, of Manton Street in Philadelphia, and Maurice Moore, 56, of 59th Street in Philadelphia, were nabbed at the Cherry Hill Mall.
District attorney jack Whelan and the Delaware County Council want officers in their jurisdiction to be able to carry naloxone, also known as Narcan, a drug which can reverse a heroin, oxycontin, or other opiate overdose.
The John C. Anderson Apartments, at 249 South 13th Street, “officially” opened on Monday, but LGBT seniors actually started living here in January.
Today marks the start of “National Eating Disorders Awareness Week”, and a University of the Sciences professor says the problem is not just limited to young women.