On June 23rd at 4:33 a.m., a 35-year-old male was reportedly putting air in his vehicle’s tires at a Sunoco at 17th and Cheltenham Avenue when the suspect approached him with a handgun.
Lottery officials say a jackpot-winning Pennsylvania Cash 5 lottery ticket worth more than $1 million from the June 8 drawing was sold in Montgomery County.
According to officers, the 32-year-old victim was at the Sunoco at 6240 Germantown Avenue on Tuesday, Nov. 4 when he was involved in a verbal altercation with an unknown male.
The shooting happened at the Sunoco on the 6200 block of Germantown Avenue around 3:10 p.m.
One woman was injured when a car slammed into a gas pump late Thursday night in the Kensington section of Philadelphia.
A Philadelphia resident could soon be $1 million richer.
If you bought a lottery ticket in Bucks County, you might just be $800,000 richer than you were yesterday.
Inside the Sunoco on East Germantown Pike, a routine shift turned violent when a store clerk was shot during a robbery early Wednesday morning.
Many expressed skepticism over the company’s plans to build another pumping station near residential homes in West Goshen Township along 202 and Boot Road.
Crews are responding to the scene of a canopy collapse at a Sunoco gas station.
The demolition is happening in West Deptford, Gloucester County on Saturday.
It was an intense few moments at the APlus Sunoco at the intersection of Queen and Green Lane in Germantown around 12:30 Friday morning.
About 40 activists braved snow and cold during the noon hour outside a center city office tower, to protest a fracking-related project at the headquarters of the firm behind it.
Two people in the Philadelphia area just got $1 million richer.
The $587.5 million Powerball jackpot-winners may not from our area but that does not mean there weren’t any big winners. There were three $1 million tickets sold in Pennsylvania, one of them at a gas station in Montgomery County.