Antoine Guyton, the man initially arrested by PPD on Tuesday, will still face criminal charges in the case.
A coalition of concerned Hillers say the revamped Market at the Fareway violates a 1981 property agreement with residents.
Details like the time and a list of who exactly is going to show up remain unknown.
Officials say the little girl who made the discovery thought the substance was sugar — so she put the baggie in her mouth.
“Hate and anti-Semitism have no place in the city of Philadelphia,” Mayor Kenney said in response to the incident Tuesday.
A spokesman for the state Gaming Control Board says PA is “a step ahead” of most states thanks to a gambling expansion bill signed into law by Gov. Wolf last year.
DA Krasner has deployed more than 65 assistant district attorneys to respond to any complaints of voter fraud or intimidation during Tuesday’s election.
A digital board positioned just before the Ridley Park exit was hacked twice on Sunday, PennDOT says.
The now-restored colonial in East Falls where the Hollywood icon grew up will not be open to the public.
Violators would face fines of $250 or the first offense, $500 for the second, and $1,000 for each subsequent infraction.
U.S. District Judge Michael Baylson called the case a “paperwork dispute” that could easily be solved “with the stroke of a pen.”
A Virginia couple claims in a lawsuit that the convenience store chain dispenses water at a “highly dangerous temperature.”
H.R. McMaster Sr., the father of the general and former Trump cabinet member, was found dead on April 13th at a senior care facility in Roxborough.
A study by the First Judicial District found that approximately 200,000 residents ignore a summons each year.