Radnor Residents Meet Prince Harry at the Shore
Prince Harry, on a U.S. tour, spent about 15 minutes on the lot of a Radnor family's summer home in Mantoloking, which was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.
UFOs Over Bethlehem?
Several people standing outside of the Square One Exxon market on W. Broad Street in Bethlehem saw something in the sky that was difficult to explain. It was March 3 at about 8:50 p.m. and the witnesses were looking toward South Mountain when they spotted about 100 objects floating west to east, according to Dan Medleycott, a senior field investigator and a state section director for the Mutual UFO Network in Pennsylvania.
Wet Seal Pays Millions to Settle Racial Discrimination Lawsuit
The trendy clothing retailer will pay a reported $7.5 million to settle a class action lawsuit, which originated after a manager from King of Prussia was fired for being black.
Shooter of Elderly Neighbor IDs Himself
The police officer who killed an 89-year-old neighbor of the man involved in a shootout with police at a Warminster apartment complex in February identified himself in court.
Dorney Park Nightly Fireworks Plan Fizzles
Three times a summer, a South Whitehall woman knows she will have to sedate her dog, her windows will shake, her dishes will rattle and parking will be impossible in her neighborhood, but she and her family will get to see a spectacular nighttime show when nearby Dorney Park shoots its fireworks display. But when she read on Dorney's website that it planned to have nightly fireworks for eight weeks this summer, she was stunned. So far, the township won't allow it, but Dorney plans to appeal. Neighbors are concerned about noise.
A fire at 58 Reiff's Mill Road in Ambler injured one Spring Mill Fire Co. firefighter, displaced a couple and their five children, and took the life of at least one dog. The firefighter suffered second-degree burns to both ears, according to the Wissahickon Fire Co. Chief.
Seen About Town: Tornado-Like Clouds Captured Near Methacton High
A reader captured a system, which appeared to be a tornado, forming behind Methacton High School in Worcester Township.
A 20-year-old Delaware County man is facing felony statutory rape charges for having sex with a 14-year-old Phoenixville teen.