Monday, May 20, 2013
A man in a Jeep asked two girls if they wanted a ride Friday afternoon, according to Easttown Police.
Easttown Police Monday released a sketch of a man involved in a possible child luring that took place Friday afternoon in Berwyn. Two 10-year-old girls told police they were walking home from a school bus stop along Bartholomew Road around 3:45 p.m. when a Jeep pulled up next to them, according to a police press release. A man seated in the passenger seat rolled the window down a quarter of the way and said, "Hi," and one of the girls responded, "Hi." The man then asked, "Hey, you want a ride?" Read the full story on TE Patch. Another possible child luring was reported May 13 in Berwyn, but that case involved a woman driving a van.
Friday, February 1, 2013
Multiple assailants bound the man and his wife, ransacked their home, then drove him to his jewelry story to rob it.
Tredyffrin-Easttown Patch is reporting that a Berwyn couple were attacked in their home Thursday night, Jan. 31. The home invasion then led to a jewelry store robbery: Tredyffrin Police, East Norriton Township Police and Chester County Detectives are cooperating in the investigation, and they're looking for help locating the vehicle used in the theft: Read more at Tredyffrin-Easttown Patch: TREDYFFRIN HOME INVASION KIDNAPPING column (check here for updates) Terror in Tredyffrin: Gunpoint Home Invasion TT Man Kidnapped in Gunpoint Home Invasion
Monday, January 21, 2013
Police are looking for a man who committed the strong-arm robbery Sunday afternoon.
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Monday, January 21
Tredyffrin Police are searching for a man who took money from a Girl Scout cookie sale booth at the Pathmark on Swedesford Road in Berwyn. Police say the strong-arm robbery occured just before 5 p.m. Sunday afternoon. According to police, a man approached the cookie booth and took an unknown amount of cash from the scouts. Read the full article, including a description of the suspect, at T-E Patch.
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Many of the original features remain of the 1902 property, which has only had three owners.
"Sunny High" at 298 South Aberdeen Avenue in Wayne is on the market for $3.95 million. The home sits on more than five acres and features six bedrooms, five fire places and an elevator. Read more about "Sunny High" and view more photos, here on Radnor Patch.
Saturday, December 22, 2012
A Spring-Ford senior scored the only perfect score in the world on an Advanced Placement test.
Saturday, December 22, 2012
Spring-Ford Area Senior High School is celebrating the fact that one of its students achieved the only perfect score on the Advance Placement (AP) psychology exam in the world when she took the test in spring 2012. High school senior Amanda Jurewicz took the exam during the 2011-12 school year as a culminating test for the AP psychology course. Advance Placement exams are based on a composite score of one to five, where a five is equivalent to an A in the corresponding college equivalency course. Amanda not only received the top score of five — ranking among 15.5 percent of students to fall within this top score in 2012 — but was the only person in the world to earn every point possible on the test. Amanda answered every multiple choice …
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
The developer is building on 400 acres along Goshen Road in Newtown Square, just outside Willistown Township.
The estate on the corner of Rt. 252/Newtown Street Road and Goshen Road in Newtown Square–owned by The Rouse Group–will soon be redeveloped into luxury homes by luxury home builder Toll Brothers. "We were just informed ... that Toll Brothers has partnered up with Rouse development to construct Ashford, which will be renamed to Liseter–Liseter is the farm that the du Pont family originally called the property," announced Newtown Township Manager Mike Trio at a supervisors meeting on Nov. 26. Read the full story, including a breakdown of what will be included at the site, at Marple Newtown Patch.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Citing, among other reasons, concerns about the "religious connotations of Halloween," the district has dropped the holiday.
Rather than Halloween, this year Phoenixville Area School District’s elementary school students will celebrate a “fall festival,” The Mercury is reporting. According to the paper, at Thursday’s school board meeting, superintendent Dr. Alan Fegley explained that the district decided to ditch the holiday for a host of reasons, among them a sensitivity to the diversity of its student body and the “controversy surrounding the religious connotations of Halloween.” Read the full article on Phoenixville Patch.
Thursday, September 20, 2012
The new Azie Southeast, formerly Sang Kee Noodle Bowl, has opened in Edgmont Square Shopping Center, not far from southern Willistown.
Azie Southeast has opened its doors in Edgmont Square Shopping Center in Newtown Square. The former Sang Kee Noodle Bowl has been revamped and the menu updated following the closing of Sang Kee in late August. The new menu offers small plates, Azie hoagies and, of course, Azie's signature fried rice. A few other menu items include: thai chicken wings, curry fries, pad thai, lo mein, wonton soup, filet tips and pork chops. A $10 lunch box is another option which includes a choice of soup, choice of chicken, filet tips, fish or tofu and rice and broccoli. (See the attached lunch menu). Azie Southeast is open for lunch, dinner and drinks Monday through Thursday until 10 p.m., 10:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 9 p.m. on Sunday. Read more …