Thursday, April 25, 2013
A missing woman who does not speak English has been found.
UPDATE: An Upper Dublin Police Officer confirmed that the missing woman from Upper Dublin "has been found and safely returned home." --- Upper Dublin Police are seeking the public's assistance in locating an elderly woman in the township. According to ReadyNotifyPA, the Upper Dublin Police department is attempting to locate an elderly Asian female. "She was last seen wearing a purple and white top, green pants, black shoes, and sunglasses," according to the alert. "She does not speak English." Anyone who has information on the missing woman is asked to call 215-646-2100 or the UD Police station at 215-646-2101.
Thursday, March 7, 2013
After being apprehended in 2010 in Abington, a Philadelphia man will face a prison sentence.
He claims he was only the lookout and getaway driver, but a Montgomery County judge decided he deserved a serious punishment for his actions. William Perkins, 64, of Philadelphia, has served much of his life in prison, and according to court dockets has a rap sheet several pages long. He was sentenced Wednesday to 10 to 20 years behind bars for his role in a string of burglaries that occurred in 2010. As Patch reported at the time, Perkins, who also used the aliases of John Potter and William Potter, was taken into custody on Oct. 12, 2010 along with John Daniel Wilson, 48, of Philadelphia. The duo had led Philadelphia Police on a high-speed chase which had ended in their arrests in Abington Township. MainLineMedia.com reported that the …
Thursday, February 7, 2013
There are few details, but a SEPTA representative confirmed that a man died at the station Thursday night.
A man apparently died at the North Hills train station Thursday night. Abington and SEPTA police, and EMS staff were on the scene at the train station in the North Hills section of Abington. A SEPTA representative said the man—who has not yet been identified—was struck by a train at about 6:15 p.m. “A man was killed by a Lansdale-Doylestown regional rail train coming from Center City and heading toward Doylestown,” Andrew Busch, a spokesman for SEPTA said. A white sheet covered the man, who was laying several feet from the northbound tracks; there were several puddles of blood on the platform. The body was loaded into a Montgomery County Coroner’s van at about 8:15 p.m. The coroner and a SEPTA Police Lieutenant both declined to comment. …
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Looking for a full or part time job? Here's who's hiring.
BLUE BELL Realtor - Keller Williams is hiring new and licensed real estate agents at their Blue Bell office, as well as their Bryn Mawr, Exton, Horsham, Media, West Chester, Newtown, Yardley, and Wayne offices. Assistant Manager - Waterworks Express in Blue Bell is looking for an assistant manager to provide top notch customer service. One to two years experience required. Weekend availability a must. Rita's Water Ice - Rita's of Blue Bell is hiring for the 2013 season. Friendly, hardworking people are needed for all shifts, must be able to work nights and weekends. To apply, go to www.ritasfranchises.com/bluebell. At the bottom of the webpage, click "Join the Team". Deli/Counterperson - Deli and counter help is needed for both a Gladwyne…
Friday, January 11, 2013
Family owned and operated, Nave Frozen Yogurt, opened Dec. 27 in Maple Glen.
With 14 frozen yogurt flavors, and 70 toppings, Nave is the newest addition to the Upper Dublin business community. Owners, Lisa and Michael Feldman, owned a Rita's Italian Ice for eight years before deciding to open Nave. Unlike some of the other fro-yo shops that have been opening in the area, Nave is completely home grown and family owned. Lisa told Patch that she lived in Upper Dublin for over 20 years and loves the township and wanted to get back into Upper Dublin. She added that the location in Maple Glen was a perfect spot for Nave because it was central to the township, as well as being close to Horsham and Ambler. Nave carries 14 flavors of frozen yogurt every day, including a combination of nonfat, low fat, no sugar added, non-…
Sunday, December 9, 2012
St. Mary's Villa for Children opens to the public on Saturday for guided tours.
St. Mary's Villa for Children and Families opened the doors to the historic Lindenwold Castle to the public for the second year on Saturday, Dec. 8, for tours. The castle and grounds opened to the public for guided tours for the first time in over a decade in January of this year. The holidays tours on Saturday are the second time the grounds have been open to the public. St. Mary's Villa for Children and Families is a subsidy of Holy Family Institute of Pittsburgh. After a long history, dating back to 1911 as a boys orphanage. Today, St. Mary's cares for children who are abused, abandoned or need extra supervision and attention in school and residences. St. Mary's cares for children in the greater Philadelphia area.
Friday, November 30, 2012
Upper Dublin Middle School and High School students pictures have been found on a porn website.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Incumbent Todd Stephens and Democrat Will Sylianteng compete for the legislative district which covers Horsham, Upper Dublin, Ambler, Montgomery Township and Abington.
For Democrat Will Sylianteng, the man contesting incumbent State Rep. Todd Stephens for his seat representing the 151st legislative district, sums up Tuesday as a "good day one way or the other." "We’re at polling places introducing ourselves to people as they come in," Sylianteng told Patch of he and his 30 or so volunteers in place at some of the district's three dozen polling places throughout Horsham, Upper Dublin, Ambler, Montgomery Township and Abington. "You actually go face-to-face with an actual voter." It's different than the 14,000 doors Sylianteng knocked while talking to people who, he said may or may not even cast a vote in the 2012 election. To actually see them about to do that makes for a "pretty enjoyable day," he said. …
Friday, October 5, 2012
Michael Szot had a blood alcohol concentration of .126% when pulled over in Upper Dublin.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
An outage at a Hatboro Verizon center has temporarily blocked subscribers from calling Montgomery County 911
According to a Pottstown Mercury Facebook post, Verizon Mobile customers are without access to Montgomery County 911. The outage affects about seven municipalities, according to PhillyBurbs: Hatboro, Upper and Lower Moreland, Upper Dublin, Horsham, Abington and Cheltenham. Due to an outage at a Verizon central office in Hatboro at around 8 a.m., customers will be temporarily unable to contact the 911 call center and are instead advised to contact their local police department for emergency assistance. Over in Bucks County at around 8 a.m., the 911 system there was out of service due to maintenance. Those needing emergency assistance were advised to call area police agencies. The Bucks County 911 system, which was not associated with the …