Police are looking for two men who robbed a Northwood store and assaulted an employee on June 25.
Greater Bustleton Civic League members got updates on neighborhood zoning issues and recreation center renovations, heard about utility worker impostors trying to get into homes and learned a once legal left turn off of Grant Avenue is now illegal.
About 40 Frankford and Northwood residents turned out last week to tell their police district commander about crime in their neighborhoods.
A city police officer was arrested last week for allegedly encouraging her children to engage in fights in the Northeast.
The firehouse at Bustleton Avenue and Bowler Street that has been closed for renovations since winter is reopening.
Police caught the alleged culprit in a very low-budget bank robbery last week by stopping his getaway vehicle — a SEPTA bus — and taking him into custody.
Unionized Philadelphia Gas Works employees have been against the proposed sale of the utility since it was announced earlier this year.
City Council members last week eased enforcement of marijuana laws in Philadelphia by voting to reduce the penalty for possessing small amounts of weed from arrest to a $25 citation.
Police have nice clear recordings of two guys they believe broke into a car parked on an Oxford Circle street, and detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying the men.
The reason the Police Athletic League is looking for a new home for its Gibbons center at 6901 Rising Sun is that the church that owns the building can’t afford to keep it.