9 hrs ago
Delaware County Girl Takes Big Step Towards Recovery 1 Week After Lung Transplant Surgery
The 10-year-old Delaware County girl who underwent a double lung transplant one week ago has taken a big step toward recovery according to a message posted on Facebook by her mother.
16 hrs ago
The York Daily Record
Pa. doc faces trial in former partner's shooting
A suburban Philadelphia pediatrician has been held for trial on charges she fatally shot her former domestic partner and narrowly missed their 11-year-old son.
18 hrs ago
Area communities ponder red-light-camera programs
Communities in the region that now are eligible to install red-light cameras at troubling intersections are proceeding with caution.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
Gun-free zones do not work
Editor: Gun-free school zones do not work. Criminals, by definition, ignore laws.
Police: Pa. man taped rape using victim's phone
Police say a Philadelphia-area man is facing charges after sexually assaulting a former girlfriend and using her cellphone to capture the encounter on video.
First on Fox: Officer Dragged, Punched While Confronting Newspaper Thief
There were some scary moments for a Brookhaven Police officer punched and dragged by an SUV after trying to confront a man in the act of stealing newspapers from Delaware County businesses.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Police: Reports Of Shooting Unfounded At Hilltop Elementary
Delaware County police responded to reports of a shooting at Hilltop Elementary School in Aston, PA.
Sarah Murnaghan Makes 'A Tiny Step In The Right Direction'
The 10-year-old Delaware County girl who underwent a double lung transplant last week has made "a tiny step in the right direction" according to a message posted on Facebook by her mother.
Philly Archdiocese grappling with pensions for clergy
A pension fund for priests cited as a priority in a $200 million fund-raising campaign by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia has fallen precariously short of money, and church officials want parishes and retired clergy to help cover the shortfall.
After 2 months, 'no trail' inmissing Delco mother of two
Every day, Olga Ortiz gets on her knees in front of the tabletop shrine she has created in the sparse dining area of her modest apartment.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Free Milkshakes Monday at Jake's Wayback
What's better than a cold, smooth milkshake on a warm summer day? How about a free c old, smooth milkshake on a warm summer day.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Pa Democrats remain grounded as they eye Corbett in 2014
They were giddy about Gov. Tom Corbett's profound vulnerability. The Republican governor's weakness, Democrats feel, offers them an unprecedented opportunity to reclaim the office in 2014.
Centre Daily Times
This I Believe | Working hard has a big payoff
The small kitchen was unbearably hot at times, and the walk to the freezer 40 feet out back was unbearably cold at times.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Fire department gifted $33K for new equipment
The Tinicum Township Fire Company was given a large grant dedicated to the replacement of some old and beaten-up equipment necessary for the fire department.
No Fishing in Local Waterway After Dead Fish Found
The Department of Environmental Protection is investigating at a lake in Delaware County after dozens of fish were found dead.
Thousands Without Power in Greater Philly Area
Thousands of people are without power Thursday, according to PECO's outage map. As of 1:50 p.m., about 1,250 customers were without power in Chester County, with about 1,000 more outages coming from Philadelphia, Montgomery and Delaware counties combined.
Boeing gets another big contract, for 99 V-22 Osprey aircraft
For the second time this week, the Pentagon delivered good news to 6,200 workers at Boeing Co.'
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Shooting "hoax" locks down 2 Upper Chichester schools
Two schools in Upper Chichester were placed in lockdown following a report of a shooting that officials now call a "hoax."
Delaware County Institute of Science celebrating our 180th year
Organized A.D. 1833, the Delaware County Institute of Science is celebrating their 180th year this September.
Is West Nile Virus Coming to Delaware County?
Last year, Delaware County had seven human cases of West Nile virus. Based on population, that was a little more than twice the average among Pennsylvania counties.