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Jeffrey and Jermaine, a pair of black-and-white "pit bull"-mix puppies from Philadelphia who rocked the animal rescue world with their story in mid-November, have settled into their new home together.
It happened first over the weekend. Two heavy bronze doors stolen from this mausoleum in Drexel Hill's Arlington Cemetery.
As part of PECO 's efforts to provide safe and reliable electric service, the company recently completed a $7 million substation improvement project in Delaware County.
Police say the home on the 100 block of South Pennell Road was robbed yesterday while the couple was out shopping.
The family of William Schwenger is asking the public for help in finding the missing 61-year-old Delaware County man.
A. CHARLES Peruto Sr., a legendary Philadelphia defense lawyer, died last night in his Delaware County home.
One of Philadelphia's best-known trial lawyers will be wearing a different hat this evening, when he graduates - along with cadets three and four times younger than him - from the Municipal Police Academy, at Delaware County Community College.
Sunoco Inc. says it will be moving out of a Philadelphia high-rise and suburban office park to a new suburban site in two years.
Police say that John Vucelich, of Springfield, surrendered to police on Monday after investigators found videos on his computer of children as young as six years old engaging in sexual acts.
Kent Dog Park, in Upper Darby, provides safe unleashed delight, even in winter, for those lucky dogs whose owners are members.
Anthony Grisillo, known as Mr. G., is the Teacher of the Year for Pennsylvania. He teaches at the Rose Tree Media School District, which is in Media, Delaware County.
Snow should start in the early morning hours on Tuesday, Dec. 17, and and continue till midday, posing problems for the morning commute.
Representative Joe Hackett's Campaign Director, Matthew Illich, announced today that after much thought and careful consideration State Representative Joe Hackett has decided not to run for the State Senate in 2014.