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Looming SEPTA Strike, Body Found Wrapped in Carpet, Warrant To Search Clinton's Emails Granted
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/31/16 4:29 am | updated: 10/31/16 4:29 am
SEPTA officials continued to meet with the members of the Transportation Workers Union this weekend to avoid the possible strike that could start Tuesday morning if an agreement is not met. The strike could cause a closure of the city's transportation system including the bus, trolley, and subway systems. The strike could possibly affect more than 40,000 passengers in the city. The union's contract ends on Monday at midnight. SEPTA has stated that the strike will not affect any NJ PATCO... Read More

Montco 911 Running, Pictures/Update of Macy's Robbery, FBI To Re-Open Clinton Investigation
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/28/16 10:12 pm | updated: 10/28/16 10:12 pm
After being cut and down for a day, the Montgomery County's 911 landline is back up and running for the customers it was affecting. Officials say that Verizon crews were out all night and morning, trying to repair the cut landline in Wayne. The cable was accidentally cut on Thursday at around 2 pm, and officials informed the public to call in by cell phone if they received a busy signal on their landline. Full service was restored to the 911 landline at 5:18 am Friday morning. Read More

Mike Pence's Plane Slides Off Runway, Settled Case For Mike McQueary, PA Voter Guidelines
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/28/16 3:08 am | updated: 10/28/16 3:08 am
Republican Vice President candidate Mike Pence's campaign plane slid off of the runway at New York's LaGuardia Airport Thursday night during a rainstorm. Pence's plane was landing during the rainstorm, making a rough approach to the runway. Once hitting the concrete runway, the pilots hit the brakes to slow the plane down. The plane slid off the track and stopped in a patch of grass to the side. Once the plane came to a stop, Pence and the other passengers evacuated through the back of... Read More

Woman Killed, Man Injured In N. Phila Shooting, Montco 911 Issues, Macy's Robbery In NE Philly
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/27/16 9:47 pm | updated: 10/27/16 9:47 pm
Police are currently investigating a shooting that happened in North Philadelphia that left one woman dead and one man wounded. The shooting happened in the early hours of Thursday morning on the 2600 block of Welsh Road. Officials say that two people approached the victims, that's when one of the suspects opened fire. Police arrived on the scene to find a woman lying dead between two cars with a gunshot wound to the head. A man who was with the two victims during the shooting drove the... Read More

Haverford School Headmaster Reinstated, Pay What You Can Cafe, Bill Passed Regarding Toll Violators
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/27/16 2:41 am | updated: 10/27/16 2:41 am
The Haverford School's headmaster, Dr. John Nagl, will now be getting his job back starting this Friday. Nagl was put on leave two weeks ago after he was arrested and charged with simple assault during an altercation with his son over marijuana. Delaware County's District Attorney has gotten rid of Nagl's simple assault charge, stating there was not enough evidence. Dr. Nagl released a statement stating that he vows to "personally reflect on how I can grow as a father and a leader."Read More

SEPTA Releases Contingency Plan, Villanova Student Arrested Upskirting, Chester Springs Home Robbery
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/26/16 10:10 pm | updated: 10/26/16 10:10 pm
As the Transportation Workers Union and SEPTA continue their meetings throughout the week to prevent a looming SEPTA strike, SEPTA has now released a contingency plan for the city. If the Union goes on strike Monday at midnight, all city buses, trolleys, subways, and the El will not be in service, although all Regional Rails and New Jersey based PATCO will continue to operate into the City. Between 2:45-7 p.m. at Temple, Jefferson, Suburban, 30th Street and University City stations,... Read More

Man/Woman Killed By Police in MD, Lawsuit Filed for North Wildwood Beach, Training Exercise at PHL
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/26/16 3:09 am | updated: 10/26/16 3:09 am
Authorities say that a man and a woman who were wanted for a shooting that happened in Delaware, were shot and killed at a hotel in Elkton, Maryland, after a confrontation with police. The victims have been identified as 25-year-old Brandon Jones and 25-year-old Chelsea Porter who were both from Dover, Delaware. The shooting took place at 10:30 am at the New Eastern Inn on Pulaski Highway. Police arrived at the hotel with a warrant, but when they got there, Jones came out of the room... Read More

Police Search For Car Thief, Possible SEPTA Strike Coming, AC Releases 5 Year Plan
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/25/16 10:00 pm | updated: 10/25/16 10:00 pm
Police are now searching for a man who is responsible for stealing a woman's car that had her child still in it on Monday night. The incident happened around 9 pm on the 6400 block of Frankford Avenue in Mayfair. The woman had gotten out of her car to use the ATM, leaving her car on and her 6-year-old son in the back seat. While she was at the ATM the man jumped in the car and drove off. Police say the man abandoned the car, with the boy in it, on the 6500 block of Charles Street. The... Read More

Teen Dies at Philly Treatment Program, Man Hits Bike Cop, Uber/Lyft Legal in Philly
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/25/16 2:50 am | updated: 10/25/16 2:50 am
The Wordsworth Academy in the Wynnefield section of Philadelphia announced Monday that it is now shutting down its Residential Treatment Program after a teen died when he got into an altercation with staff members. The incident took place on Thursday October 13th. The faculty started searching the teen's room which led to an altercation between staff members and the teen. Police stated that during the altercation the staff tried to gain control of the teen, which ended up making the teen... Read More

Assaults Near Temple Univ., Man Jumps in Schuylkill From Cops, Penn State Celebration Causes Damage
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/24/16 10:22 pm | updated: 10/24/16 10:22 pm
Police are investigating four violent incidents that happened off of Temple University's campus that involved a large group of teens. Investigators say that the incidents began when a message was sent out to the group of teens to meet at Temple's Pearl Theater. From there they split up into smaller groups, that's when they started causing trouble. One of the incidents was a robbery that took place at 1400 Oxford Street, as well as an assault on two pedestrians at 1700 Cecil B. Moore, an... Read More

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