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October 20, 2011 | BY JULIE SHAW,PHILLIP LUCAS& BARBARA LAKER, shawj@phillynews.com215-854-2592
AS JANE McIntosh, daughter of Linda Ann Weston, moved from state to state, her mother usually would follow. McIntosh lived in Texas with her husband, who was in the military. She moved to Norfolk, Va., where her husband was to be stationed, said a man named Cameron - Weston's boyfriend in Norfolk and in Killeen, Texas. Weston, 51, the alleged mastermind behind a plot to defraud mentally disabled people of their Social Security benefits, recently ended up back in Philadelphia, where her daughter was living in a Tacony apartment building with a dank, dirty sub-basement.
SPORTS
November 14, 2008
Empty seats have been a chronic problem for the Sixers even before Allen Iverson left town. Now, even off last season's playoff run and the offseason signing of Elton Brand, those low numbers are creeping back into the picture. Through four games, the Sixers are averaging 12,601 in attendance, ranking them 28th out of 30 NBA teams. That they started by losing five of their first seven hasn't helped. Neither did that shadow the size of Yao Ming cast by the Phillies and their world championship.
NEWS
December 4, 1988 | By Dan Hardy, Special to The Inquirer
Weeping mourners crowded around a mass grave for 52 munitions workers at the Chester Rural Cemetery, grieving for those killed just a few days before in a huge explosion at the Eddystone Ammunition Works. Altogether, 128 people were killed and 89 seriously injured. Most of those who died were munitions workers who had no warning when an explosion leveled one of the buildings at the sprawling plant. That was the scene described by several Delaware County newspapers in April 1917 when, four days after the U.S. entry into World War I, a munitions plant exploded in Eddystone.
NEWS
September 8, 2012
The body of a man who had been fatally shot was found Friday morning in a basement in East Germantown, police said. The man, described as being between 40 and 50 years old, had been shot twice in the back, police said. His body was found in the basement of a home on the 800 block of East Price Street, police said. He was pronounced dead at the scene at 8:18 a.m. - Inquirer staff
NEWS
August 2, 2013 | By Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Writer
Question: My husband and I are selling our home, and the buyer is requesting the removal of the oil tank in our basement. We switched to gas a few years ago. Do you have any advice for how we should go about having the tank removed? The oil was siphoned out when we switched to gas, but I don't know if it is 100 percent clean and dry. In other words, I don't know if it would be a big mess if we call a scrap metal guy to come cut it up. Answer: The solution is much easier than if the tank were one of those buried in the yard, because all sorts of environmental regulations kick in, and for good reason, since having fuel oil leaking into the groundwater is very bad. In your case, you should contact the nearest company that deals in removing basement tanks.
NEWS
November 15, 1995 | By Mary Anne Janco, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Once again, Ridley Township Solicitor Peter Rohana found himself before the Middletown Township Council Monday trying to legitimize the basement he illegally remodeled at his office condo several years ago. The township discovered in 1991 that the basement had been remodeled without a building permit, and the issue just won't go away. In September the council, with some objections, granted Rohana's request to use the basement after he successfully petitioned the Township Zoning Hearing Board to create three additional parking spaces at the Office Court at Pennell Place, where his office is. Parking concerns had been one of the reasons the township had prohibited the use of the basements for anything but storage.
NEWS
October 16, 2012
A 70-year-old man died in a blaze Monday morning in the Somerton section of Northeast Philadelphia. His identity was not released, but the man reportedly was living in the basement of a house on the 300 block of Buxmont Street. The fire started around 8 and was under control by 8:27, Fire Department officials said. No smoke alarms were present in the house, Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers said. Neighbor Gail Comas said the elderly couple living in the house had recently taken in the husband's brother, who lived downstairs.
NEWS
June 16, 2010 | By Mari A. Schaefer, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A Yeadon man has been arrested on charges he was illegally tattooing underage children in his basement. Michael Motley, 23, was arraigned on Tuesday and taken to Delaware County prison when he could not post $500 for bail. According to police, Motley allegedly ran a tattoo business from the basement of his residence where, in the last month, he has provided at least three juvenile males with permanent tattoos. One of the males, a 12-year-old, received a tattoo on two separate occasions, police said.
NEWS
March 29, 2012
A Burlington County grand jury has indicted a 34-year-old man for growing marijuana in his basement last year, authorities announced Wednesday. David J. Stanton of Fieldsboro used a false wall to conceal 80 marijuana plants he was growing in two areas with the use of indoor-gardening lights, Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi said. Acting on a tip, state police arrested Stanton on June 28, with assistance from the Prosecutor's Office. The street value of his operation was $156,000, officials said.
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