Saturday Sep 13
Wheelchair-Bound Pedestrian Struck And Killed In Lawrence Township
A pedestrian who was trying to cross Brunswick Pike in a wheelchair was struck and killed Friday, according to the Lawrence Township Police Department. Andrea D'Agostino, 57, of Lawrence was being wheeled across the street by a female friend when D'Agostino was fatally struck by a Silver Honda accord driven by a 63-year-old man from Morrisville, Pa., police said.
The Jersey Journal
Underfunding stops black fly program on Delaware River early, residents and visitors paying the price
Diana Carle, field technician, and Scott Carans, senior program coordinator, of Rutgers Black Fly Suppression Program look for black fly larvae along the Raritan River in this file photo. , a natural bacterium, and expanded to the Delaware River in 1996.
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Philadelphia-area companies make Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies
One hundred and one businesses in the Philadelphia metro area have grown so rapidly in the past three years that Inc. Magazine has included them in its list of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the United States.
Drunken Pennsylvania Woman Caught Speeding Through Elmhurst With Kid in Car: Cops
Brenda Godines, 47, of Morrisville, PA, was pulled over shortly after 1 a.m. Tuesday near the corner of North Avenue and York Street, police said.
The Jersey Journal
Bucks County woman charged with theft of government funds related to Tropical Storm Lee
A Morrisville, Pa., woman was charged today by information with theft of government funds and making false statements related to Tropical Storm Lee, United States Attorney Zane David Memeger announced.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Colleges prepare for students going back to school
Incoming students begin to acclimate themselves to college life Monday during a Resource Fair at Shippensburg University.