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Triple Shooting In S.W. Phila; Police Black Friday Tips; Penn State Frat Request To Be Re-Prosecuted
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/24/17 5:37 am | updated: 11/24/17 5:37 am
Philadelphia Police are searching for a suspect wanted in connection to a deadly triple shooting. The shooting took place on the 2000 block of 66th Street in Southwest Philadelphia on Wednesday night. Police say that a 27-year-old man was shot multiple times and killed. A 26-year-old man and a 31-year-old woman were also shot and are recovering at a local hospital. There is no word on a motive for the shooting as of yet.

With Black Friday upon us, local police are... Read More

Free Saturday Meter Parking; Two Remaining Missing Persons Found; Mayor Kenney's Trump Comments
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/23/17 6:03 am | updated: 11/23/17 6:03 am
The Philadelphia Parking Authority has announced that metered parking through the city will be free starting this Saturday November 25th and will continue to be free every Saturday after 11 am until the end of the year. Mayor Kenney stated that the city wants to compete with the major malls around the area (King of Prussia, Deptford and Neshaminy) that offer free parking to their customers. The PPA stated however that time limits in residential blocks would still be enforced as well as... Read More

Two Missing West Chester Residents Remains Found; Christmas Village Open Thursday; Uber Data Breach
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/22/17 5:21 am | updated: 11/22/17 5:21 am
The remains of two missing residents from the West Chester senior living home fire that took place last week, have been recovered in the wreckage. The fire broke out at the Barclay Friends Senior Living Community last Thursday, which resulted in injuring over two dozen people and displacing 133 residents. Officials say that the remains were found on Tuesday and were transported from the scene by the Chester County Coroner. Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan announced on Monday... Read More

Weekend Teen Flash Mobs; Granddaughter Arrested In Stabbing Case; DE Woman Arrested For Child Abuse
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/21/17 4:48 am | updated: 11/21/17 4:48 am
Philadelphia Police are now searching for numerous teenagers after a group of around 100 teens went around Center City robbing and hurting some people on Saturday night. Police say that a group of teens that were leaving Coda, a Walnut Street club that hosts an under 21 club setting, started their rampage heading south on 18th Streets. Surveillance footage shows the group of teens attacking two pizza delivery men at their shop on South and 18th Streets. Both men were severely injured in... Read More

Teacher Killed In Fire; Philly Dr. Accused Of Sexual Assault ; Applebee's Shooting Suspect Arrested
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/20/17 3:38 am | updated: 11/20/17 3:38 am
Philadelphia Police have now identified the woman who died after she was found badly burned in a house fire in Roxborough on Sunday. Local Philadelphia teacher Shelia Hawkins was found in the home and was rushed to Temple University Hospital where she later died from her injuries. The fire broke out just before 8 am on Sunday on the 600 block of Renz Street. Crews were able to get the fire under control by 8:10 am. Hawkins was a beloved 3rd grade school teacher at Shawmont Elementary... Read More

Montco Man Arrested For Child Porn; SRC Voted To Dissolve; Man Found Dead In Port Richmond
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/17/17 4:12 am | updated: 11/17/17 4:12 am
Montgomery County police have placed a man into custody after they found thousands of child pornography images on his computer. 28-year-old Zachary Geib was arrested after police had a search warrant to investigate his home in Schwenksville. An investigation began after a tip came in of a child pornography image that was posted online. Officials were able to track down the IP address to Geib's home. Geib told police that he was the only one to have used that computer and he viewed the... Read More

Federal Judge Unblocks City Grant; Teens Jump Temple Student; House Dems. File Impeachment Articles
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/16/17 5:39 am | updated: 11/16/17 5:39 am
A federal judge has stopped the U.S. government from denying Philadelphia a major grant because of its sanctuary city status. U.S. District Judge Michael Baylson stated on Wednesday that withholding the grant could cause harm to the city and its residents. Philadelphia government officials filed a suit against Attorney General Jeff Sessions in August after he said that, cities that do not comply with immigration enforcement laws will be denied certain federal grants. Around $1.6 million... Read More

Pregnant Woman Shot In Oxford Circle; Road Rage Ends In Gunfire; Meek Mill Lawyers Take Action
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/15/17 1:54 pm | updated: 11/15/17 1:54 pm
Philadelphia Police are now investigating a shooting that occurred in Oxford Circle involving a pregnant woman. Police say that the shooting took place on the 1500 block of Rosalie Street at around 6 pm on Tuesday night. The 21-year-old Tamara Vellon, who is nine months pregnant and due to give birth today, was shot by her 43-year-old neighbor Onice Cox. The woman was shot in her left leg, after the bullet ended up going through her right leg. She was taken to Einstein Medical Center... Read More

SEPTA Stroller Policy Change; Woman Hits Employee With Car; Protest To Shut 'A Lounge' Down
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/14/17 5:39 am | updated: 11/14/17 5:39 am
SEPTA officials have announced that they are going to change their bus policy regarding parents having their children in strollers while on the bus at off peak hours. Officials say that SEPTA receives around 10 stroller complaints a month from passengers that are either for or against open strollers on the bus. The policy change has been in the works before the petition and will look to change it starting in January. Officials say that as of now, it is up to the driver's discretion... Read More

Archdiocesan 'Cathedral Block' Project; 1 Dead, 2 Injured In Hunting Park; Man Killed In Fiery Crash
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/13/17 4:21 am | updated: 11/13/17 4:21 am
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has been drawing national attention for a major development project in the works called 'The Cathedral Block.' The proposed project is an L shaped development of housing, office and retail space that would front parts of 17th, 18th, Vine and Race Streets. Archdiocesan officials say that the project would make a better use of the land that is currently older buildings and a blacktop parking lot. Officials say that they are getting offers from 25 developers... Read More

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