Former Jenkintown Athletic Director Admits to Relationship With Student

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Jury selection was to begin this week in the case of Mark Citron, the former athletic director for the Jenkintown School District who was accused in 2012 of having a relationship with a 17-year-old female student. But instead of facing a jury of his peers, Citron has elected to plead guilty to corruption of a minor and endangering the welfare of a minor. Read more »

Here Are the Mugshots of the Main Line Drug Ring Suspects

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On Monday, law enforcement officials announced the identities of nine suspects in the so-called “Main Line Take Over Project,” which Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Ferman describes as “an entire business plan to take over the marijuana drug trade in local high schools and colleges in Montgomery and surrounding counties of Pennsylvania.” Read more »

CAPA Principal Allegedly Created Fake History Class, Issued Fake Grades

Broad Street’s High School for the Creative and Performing Arts has a high-profile reputation for educating the likes of jazz greats Christian McBride and Joey DeFrancesco, Questlove and Black Thought from the Roots, and the members of Boyz II Men. But today, that reputation is being sullied by a bizarre scandal that schools reporter Regina Medina unfolds in the Thursday edition of the Daily News. Read more »

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