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An alleged package thief is cooperating with Nether Providence police, now the process is under way trying to return stolen items to their rightful owners.
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Four Italian Marble Statues: These figures of maidens, representing the four seasons, were purchased by Pat Croce in Rome.
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A car pursuit that began in Delaware County culminated in South Philadelphia and police are now searching for two suspects who fled the scene.
In a 49-page legal brief, Delaware County prosecutors last month urged a judge to deny William Smithson's request for a new murder trial.
Newly hired Moon Area Superintendent Curt Baker is faced with the task of ushering the students of Crescent and Moon to join the ranks of Pennsylvania's educational creme de la creme.
An Ohio prosecutor says a pregnant woman who was raped and killed last year had turned to prostitution to make ends meet and died after answering a Craigslist ad offering $200.
The brother of a Windsor Township man charged with murdering his girlfriend's baby in Delaware County will remain free on bail, but must now be supervised by probation officers.
The 8th annual Cops for K.O.P.S. charity ice hockey game will be held at Giant Center in Hershey.
Gerald J. Spitz, 72, of Garnet Valley, a former state representative from Delaware County and later an administrative law judge, died Thursday, Dec. 5, of complications from sarcoidosis at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center.
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Pennsylvania plans to join a high-stakes competition for the chance to assemble the Boeing Co.'
The can drive with Episcopal Academy has been running for 22 years and with Agnes Irwin for the past 8. The Haverford School community contributed 11,678 cans for the annual Haverford School-Episcopal Academy-Agnes Irwin Can Drive, which kicked off with an assembly on Nov. 4 and ran through Nov. 25. The donations go to the Life Center of Eastern ... (more)
The Delaware County Times reports that Rose Tree Elementary School teacher Anthony Edward Grisillo received Pennsylvania's 2014 Teacher of the Year award Monday.
The eight years have passed quickly. Eight years ago John Tuten was an attorney in private practice who also worked in investments and banking when he successfully ran for Magisterial District Justice in Radnor.