Thursday, May 23, 2013
The holiday is impacting collection.
Haverford Township's government will be closed on Monday, May 27 in observance of Memorial Day. Trash will be collected from township properties on Tuesday and Thursday instead of Monday and Thursday. Recycling will be collected on Thursday as usual. No yard waste will be collected on Wednesday, May 29.
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Read about recent thefts investigated by the Haverford Township Police Department.
Haverford Police received a number of recent calls for thefts in the township. Here is what the police have reported:
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Read the health inspections that took place in Haverford Township in the first half of May.
During the month of May three businesses in Haverford Township were inspected for health code compliance. You can read individual reports in the pdf section of this article (under the photo) by clicking on each pdf. Or find all reports here. You can also rate and review the business that were inspected by clicking on their Patch business listing: Kaffir Thai Cuisine Shogun 3 Japanese Steak Szechuan Lei Lei Chinese Restaurant The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture states on its website, Recent inspections: Applebee's, Manoa Diner
Thursday, May 2, 2013
A laptop computer, iPhone and wallet are among the things stolen.
Haverford Township Police are reporting four recent incidents of theft from cars.
Sunday, April 28, 2013
If you live on these streets, you'll need a resident pass to drive them during the U.S. Open. Plus guest pass info.
If you live on the following Haverford Township streets, you will need a resident pass to get to your home during the U.S. Open during the week of June 10-16. According to an official notice for residents from the township (full text is attached to this article and a pdf) there is an ongoing review of the streets and the need to restrict access. This is the official township list of streets that will require a resident pass. More information on FAQ's from the official Haverford Township fact sheet: If you live on a “Resident Pass” street, the USGA has your information and will mail passes to you shortly. Yes. “Guest parking passes” will be made available through the Haverford Township Police Department. Each household is limited to four …
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Here are the roads the township says will be closed for varying times during the U.S. Open.
Haverford Township has just published an updated list of roads that will be closed either partially or completely during the U.S. Open. The tournament activities run from June 10-16. The road closures that will be in effect for 24 hours a day will begin on June 9. Note that some roads will only be closed from 6 a.m.-9 p.m. starting on June 10. (See the list below). Up to 25,000 spectators, plus vendors, support people and vehicles and media are expected to descend not just on the Merion Golf Club but on the entire region and township. The township issued the following updated information Tuesday morning about the road closures: The Following Roads Will be Closed 24 Hours a Day from June 9 to June 16, 2013: The Following Roads Will be …
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
The calendar says it's time for softball, no matter what the temperature says.
The Yellow Jackets and Bees were out in full force at Hilltop Field Tuesday evening on the field at Hilltop Park. The 7 and 8-year-old softball players were keeping active and warmer than their parents who shivered on the sidelines, some wrapped in blankets, in the 45-degree twilight. The two teams are part of the Haverford Township Hilltop Baseball, Softball and Challenger League which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Tell us about your favorite league, softball or school team or player. Upload photos with a caption and tell your fellow Patchers about your star of the diamond.
Friday, March 29, 2013
Eugene Wallace had been missing for more than a week, according to police.
Police have cancelled a missing person alert issued earlier Friday, saying that Eugene Patrick Wallace, of Havertown, has been found. The 61-year-old Haverford Township man had been missing for more than a week, police announced Friday afternoon. Police have not yet said where or how the man was located. The Haverford Township Police Department had released a picture of Eugene Patrick Wallace with the following statement to media: The Haverford Township Police Department is investigating a missing and endangered person by the name of Eugene Patrick Wallace, of the unit block of Rodmor Road, Havertown, PA. Eugene Wallace is a white male, 61 years of age, 5’11” and 165 lbs. He has a mustache and wears glasses. He has tattoos on both arms. On…
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Some government offices are closed but others are open.
Haverford Township offices will be closed on Friday for Good Friday. The Skatium will be open. The Haverford Township Free Library will be open for normal Friday hours. Delaware County Government and Courts are also closed for Good Friday. Pennsylvania State offices and state liquor stores are open on Friday. Good Friday is not a federal holiday. There will be U.S. Mail delivery and post offices and banks will be open.
Twilight in the fields by the Skatium make for a celestial hair day as Brookline softball players practice Wednesday.
Twilight in the fields by the Skatium make for a celestial hair day as Brookline softball players practice Wednesday. We're at the time of year when 6 p.m. brings some intense sun angles in the western sky over Havertown. Speaking of basbeball season: Are you a big Phillies fan? Check out the Patch Baseball fan photo contest. You could win some great local baseball prizes! But hurry- the deadline to enter is Friday at 4 p.m.