The News Week In Review
Has it been a busy week for you? Time to catch up on your favorite local news.
It is not always easy to keep up with the news, but now it is time to sit back, relax and catch up on some of the most important news stories this past week.
Monday, July 02, 2012
Democratic member of the commonwealth’s Legislative Reapportionment Commission called a proposed redistricting map that would split Haverford Township a “disappointment.”
James O’Toole is competing in the state competition this weekend.
The state legislature passed a bill to allow red light cameras in Montgomery, Chester, Delaware and Bucks counties.
Tuesday, July 03, 2012
Here is information about the Old Quarry and West Chester Pike projects.
Dole Hearts of Romaine are being recalled for possible risk of Listeria monocytogenes.
Wednesday, July 04, 2012
How to have a fun, healthy and safe Fourth of July.
Find out the top 10 most dangerous days on the road for teens, according to AAA.
Victims tell Patch that a Mustang hit a sedan at Township Line and Lexington Avenue, sped off, only to hit a second car four blocks away.
Thursday, July 05, 2012
Check out these unusual police stories from the Greater Philadelphia area.
These houses were sold in the Greater Philadelphia are between June 15 and June 30.
Delaware County Council and the county's Department of Intercommunity Health warn residents regarding the West Nile virus and ask for their aid in its prevention.
Check out these great pictures.
Friday, July 06, 2012
Donna MacNeal, the winner of Patch’s Father’s Day contest, recalls how dedicated her father was to her family growing up.
The accident occurred on the Norristown High Speed Line between Penfield and Beechwood-Brookline stations, sending two people to the hospital.
The following information comes from the Haverford Township Police Department. If arrests or charges are mentioned, they do not indicate guilt or a conviction.
These are recent death notices of residents and former residents of Haverford, Springfield, Marple-Newtown and Media.
It doesn't take much for residents to help reduce the risk of the West Nile virus in the area.