Death at SEPTA Station, New Daily Trash Pickup Top Local News
A look back at some stories you may have missed last week.
Abington Public Works Director Ed Micciolo said said having trash picked up every weekday, rather than four times a week, will be more efficient, reducing daily collection routes. The changeover would happen April 15.
A 20-year-old man from Ardsley died when he was struck by a SEPTA train during the evening rush hour on Thursday.
Known for its craft beers, Glenside’s “little secret” is out. Union Jack’s has been named to the “Greatest Beers of the World.”
Nobody was injured in a fire last Monday morning that put a man out of his home.
Police say a Philadelphia man had a blood alcohol level of 0.192 when he flipped his car on Washington Lane.