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Juniata Park Home Invasion Video; Methacton Grade School Closing; Delco Nurses to Strike Next Week
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/22/17 9:05 pm | updated: 02/22/17 9:05 pm
Philadelphia Police have released surveillance video showing suspects in an armed home invasion in Juniata Park over the weekend that left a man tied up in his home for two days. It happened just after 8 p.m. on Friday night on the 4200 block of Nielson Street. The two masked suspects entered through the victim's open garage that he used as a mechanic's shop. One suspect had a gun. They took the 53-year-old man to a second floor bedroom and bound and gagged him with electrical tape and zip ties. They spent an hour inside the home before leaving. It is not known if they took anything. The victim was found by his brother on Sunday evening after he did not show up for a family function. He was taken to the hospital and treated for bruises and a broken nose. Anyone with information is asked to call Philadelphia Police. Watch the surveillance video below.

An Montgomery County school district has decided to close one of its elementary schools at the end of this year. The Methacton School District Board announced on Tuesday night that it had voted to shutdown Audubon Elementary School on Egypt Road in Eagleville due to declining enrollment. Arrowhead Elementary School will remain open. The district will redraw the boundaries between Arrowhead and its other three schools. There will be two meetings next week to discuss the new boundaries. For information go to:

Nurses at Delaware County Memorial Hospital plan on going on a 2-day strike next month to protest stalled labor contract negotiations and unfair labor practices. The nurses are represented the Pennsylvania Association of Staff Nurses and Allied Professionals. The strike is scheduled for March 5 and 6. The hospital in Drexel Hill was purchased by Prospect Medical Holdings Inc. as part of it's acquisition of Crozer-Keystone Health System in July 2016. PASNAP represents 370 registered nurses and technical employees at the hospital.

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