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Police Shoot Stabbing Suspect, Man Struck by SEPTA Train, Ryan Howard Possibly Leaving Philly
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 09/29/16 2:01 am | updated: 09/29/16 2:01 am
Philadelphia Police shot a suspect Wednesday night who apparently stabbed two children in West Philadelphia. The incident happened at a home around 7 pm on the 6200 block of Hazel Avenue. The suspect stabbed the children in the house, and then fled the home. Police found the suspect near Cobbs Creek Parkway and Webster Street, and opened fire on him wounding him multiple times, he was then rushed to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. Both children were sent to The Children's Hospital of... Read More

SEPTA Announces Subway Ticket Kiosks, PPA Director Resigns, Teen Gunman Opens Fire in SC
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 09/28/16 11:16 pm | updated: 09/28/16 11:16 pm
SEPTA announced today that it will start to let riders pay with debit and credit cards for single subway or El rides at new kiosks being put up in stations. Riders will now be able to pay at the kiosks and receive a one-way ticket that can be used on the Broad Street or Market Frankford lines. If riders cannot pay with a debit or credit card, they can still pay with cash at the kiosks and receive change from them as well. The cost of the ticket will be $2.25. SEPTA said they have... Read More

False Gunman Report at Willow Grove Mall, Smoke on SEPTA Train, Funeral Services for DE Firefighters
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 09/28/16 2:15 am | updated: 09/28/16 2:15 am
Police were called to the Willow Grove Park Mall Tuesday after a man was reportedly spotted with a gun inside of the mall. Police showed up to the mall at 6:30 pm on the 2500 block of West Moreland. Once on the scene, police discovered the gunman report to be false. It turned out just to be a man carrying a cell phone which was mistaken for a gun. With the threat of a gunman, some businesses in the mall were on lockdown for precaution.

A SEPTA train on the... Read More

Shooting In Strawberry Mansion, PennDOT Announces Improvements, PPA Director Suspended
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 09/27/16 9:51 pm | updated: 09/27/16 9:51 pm
Police are now investigating a shooting that happened in the Strawberry Mansion section of Philadelphia today. At around 2:30 pm on the 2300 block of North 26th Street a 22-year-old man was shot, once in the stomach and a 27-year-old woman was shot once in the right leg. Both were taken into Temple University Hospital, where the 22-year-old man has been listed in critical condition. So far no arrests have been made.

PennDOT announced today that they are starting to... Read More

Vendor Kicked Out of Fair, Search for Teens Involved in Robbery, National Voter Registration Day
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 09/27/16 1:54 am | updated: 09/27/16 1:54 am
A vendor was kicked out of a fair in Bloomsburg after visitors of the fair had brought up complaints because he was selling nazi flags. The vendor, Lawrence Betsinger, had a nazi flag displayed outside of his booth. A photo was posted to the fair's Facebook page on Monday displaying the flag outside his booth. Officials removed the nazi flag from his booth and let Betsinger stay operating. He later replaced it with a Confederate flag, causing the fair officials to shut his booth down... Read More

Burlington County Man Killed, Welcoming Week Success, Free Flu Shots in Montgomery County Clinics
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 09/26/16 11:06 pm | updated: 09/26/16 11:06 pm
Police are now investigating a shooting that left one man dead on Sunday night in Burlington County. 37-year-old Norman Mosley who lived in Alfred Drive, in the Brown Mills section of Pemberton Township was shot in his house after two men wearing masks broke in after 10 pm. Mosley was rushed to Deborah hospital by someone who was with him in the house. He was pronounced dead shortly after 11 pm. So far, no arrests have been made, and the motive for the shooting is still under... Read More

Man Killed in Hit and Run, Bomb Found at Bethlehem Hotel, Arnold Palmer Dies at 87
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 09/26/16 3:16 am | updated: 09/26/16 3:16 am
Police are now searching for a driver who was involved in a hit and run accident that happened in the Rhawnhurst section of Philadelphia. The accident took place in the early morning hours of Sunday morning at Castor and Bleigh avenues. The victim was a 51-year-old man who was walking with a group of people when the driver of the car came speeding down the street and hit him throwing him around 50 ft away. Police say the driver abandoned the car a couple of blocks away and took off on foot,... Read More
Man Arrested For Bar Assault, Man Arrested For Stealing $900K, Obama Pardons 55 More Prisoner's
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 05/06/16 4:53 am | updated: 05/06/16 4:53 am
Police have now arrested the man responsible for a brutal attack outside of a South Philadelphia bar. 21-year-old Alfredo Nicotra has been charged with the assault. Police say Nicotra got into an altercation with a man at the bar, hit him with a glass and started punching him. He is now facing many charges including aggravated assault.

A Bryn Mawr man has been charged with stealing over $900,000 from a families Chester County Farm. 35-year-old Clifton Willson who was a part-time... Read More
Body Found In North Philly, Kasich Drops Out, One Killed In Carbon County Car Accident
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 05/05/16 4:24 am | updated: 05/05/16 4:24 am
Police are now investigating after a body was found in North East Philadelphia. The body was found yesterday at 7 A.M. on the 8100 block of Crispin Street. The man is believed to be in his mid 30's and was found only in his underwear. There is still no cause of death, but the medical examiner is still investigating.

John Kasich has now dropped out of the Republican Presidential race. He suspended his campaign yesterday evening. Kasich gave a speech last night thanking his wife,... Read More
Philly School Officers Beat Up, Man Shot In Frankford, Verizon Striker's Lose Benefits
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 05/04/16 3:14 am | updated: 05/04/16 3:14 am
Two Philadelphia school security officers were attacked yesterday after trying to break up a fight between two men outside of a pizza shop at the corner of Cottman and Castor. The fight started out as a brawl between two North East High School students, the security officers tried to break it up, and then 2 unidentified men started beating up the officers. One of the officers suffered a broken jaw, and the other had serious bruising from being punched in the face. So far, no suspects have been... Read More
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