Lower Merion Pa.
The ambulance squad, forced from its building earlier this spring by a devastating fire, is now back in its regular quarters.
This isn’t the first time Lower Merion has done a special pick-up of tree debris, but township officials say it will rival the Hurricane Sandy cleanup.
Prosecutors say Marshall Perlman signed contracts to assist homeowners and businesses in resolving their insurance claims, but stole hundreds of thousands of dollars in settlements from them.
Since the beginning of the year, Lower Merion police say, there have been more than 200 burglaries or attempted burglaries at homes and commercial buildings throughout the township.
Prosecutors say Gabrielle Drexler was having an affair with the cop but when she found out he was married with children, she turned on him.
Lower Merion unveiled a plaque at the site of the now-demolished Ardmore Avenue School, which served as the district’s all-black school until 1963.
Based in Wynnewood, Pa., the National Association of Town Watch has been around for more than thirty years, providing support for thousands of town watch members across the country.
Defense attorneys were able to get some of the charges thrown out, but Dr. Stephen Ficchi and his wife, Donna, will still face trial on eleven counts of furnishing alcohol to minors and three counts of endangering the welfare of children.
Police are searching for the vehicle and driver who hit a woman and her twins and then fled the scene.
Alan Kushner now claims his attorney four years ago was ineffective, failing to recognize psychological problems that he says impaired his ability to make decisions during his trial.
Toni Sharpless would be 33 years old now. She was last seen in August 2009, after she left the home of a 76ers basketball player.
Police say he cut through a cinderblock wall, then spent more than an hour cutting into the store’s safe.
The charges against Gabrielle Drexler include perjury, tampering with evidence, and making false reports to police.
Lower Merion police are once again urging residents to lock their cars, after an unusually high number of thefts from cars over the weekend.
A lack of snow so far this winter has been good news for suburban communities, who have seen their budgets busted the last couple of winters to pay for snow removal.