With the sequester coming, Delaware County is getting ready.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Zip codes along the Main Line scored high on the top 100.
Villanova, Gladwyne and Merion Station top the Philadelphia Business Journal's list of the Greater Philadelphia Area's 100 wealthiest zip codes. The Journal's list comes courtesy of Esri, a geographic information provider. The site does not disclose its method for ranking the zip codes. Check out their full story here to see what zip codes made the list, and check below to see which Philly Patch towns made the list. Ranking Broomall 19066
Sunday, September 9, 2012
Delco Scoopers offers pet waste clean-up to Haverford residents.
If picking up after your dog is not your idea of a good time, Delco Scoopers may be just what you need. Delco Scoopers was founded in February of 2012 by local resident Dan Doyle. "Our goal is to provide a clean, safe, and pet waste free yard for both your family and your pets," said Doyle. How It Works The Delaware County based service offers professional pooper scooper services to residential and commercial properties. Delco Scoopers can provide services as frequently as you like with no contracts. Just call when you want to start or stop service. "We go out of our way to get to know the dogs that we see and we also go out of our way to make certain that all gates are closed and locked when we exit to ensure that your pets stay …
Friday, September 7, 2012
Find out which area supermarkets got spared the axe from SUPERVALU cuts and which will be closing.
ACME in Broomall will remain open, but the Acme in Sharon Hill will be closing, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. Corporate owner SUPERVALU Inc. announced Wednesday in a news release that it will close about 60 stores nationwide, including 38 supermarkets, that are deemed "underperforming or non-strategic." The chain, which owns Malvern-based ACME, spared the Roxborough and Andorra stores. According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sharon Hill, Morrisville, and Glassboro, NJ will see their ACME stores close before Dec. 1, 2012. An additional Acme will close in Stevensville, MD. Wayne Sales, SUPERVALU's president, said: “These decisions are never easy because of the impact a store closure has on our team members, our customers, and our…
Monday, August 13, 2012
The local man is a former assistant scoutmaster.