An armed robber may have figured that a Lutheran pastor and his wife would be an easy mark last Thursday night as they returned home from a religious concert. But the thug failed to account for the fact that the lady was packing heat.
Lock’s Gun Exchange in Mayfair might want to beef up its locks, and the rest of its security system in the wake of three recent break-ins that resulted in the theft of 17 handguns from the shop.
Police Officer John Crichton was recognized as Officer of the Month in the 2nd district for August during a recent meeting of the 2nd Police District Advisory Council.
Residents have wanted a food service supply store in the area since a Food Basics and Pathmark closed along Frankford Avenue, and will get their wish with the opening of PJP Marketplace.
Residents of East Torresdale say they want more control over the organization that manages the Glen Foerd estate and more access to its records. They’re asking the head of Philadelphia’s Department of Parks and Recreation for help achieving those objectives.
Neighbors on the 12000 block of Elmore Road in Millbrook sensed trouble on Sept. 13 when they hadn’t seen 68-year-old widow Virginia McLaughlin in about a day, so they called police.
City Councilman Brian O’Neill said the basketball courts and hockey rinks are deteriorating with cracks in the pavement.
Appearances by Brian Dawkins and Comcast SportsNet personality Michael Barkann will highlight The Day We Remember Walk & Run at Neshaminy High School in Langhorne, Bucks County, on Oct. 1, presented by the Barkann Family Healing Hearts Foundation.
Volunteers collected 11 trash bags of litter and one bag of recyclable cans during the monthly Pennypack Park cleanup on Aug. 27 at Pennypack on the Delaware.
Philly Pretzel Factory partnered with Uber for the Philadelphia launch of the UberEATS app, but service isn’t as speedy as expected.