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August 14, 2012
Glenolden Borough Manager Brian Hoover has been appointed to the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners. Hoover will serve an eight-year term representing nine counties in the southeast region of the state. There is no compensation for the position, according to the Pennsylvania Game Commission. Hoover, the former owner of South East Archery & Sports in Folcroft, has been a 27-year volunteer instructor with the commission's Hunter-Trapper Education program. He also is a member of the Delaware County Animal Protection Board.
NEWS
October 5, 1995 | For The Inquirer / S.D. ROWAN
The Family Center health clinic opened Monday at 2600 W. Ninth St., Chester. Maryellen Morris (left) of Glenolden chats with Rosemary Nolan-Hamm of the Delaware County Drug and Alcohol Commission.
NEWS
November 21, 2012
Federal charges were announced Tuesday against two men charged in a string of drugstore holdups in the Philadelphia area. Edward Schaeffer, 29, of South Philadelphia, was charged Monday with the Sept. 4 armed robbery of a Rite Aid pharmacy on Chester Pike in Glenolden, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives said in a release. William A. Webb, 50, of Northeast Philadelphia, was charged with aiding and abetting the June 11 armed robbery of another Rite Aid, on Frankford Avenue in Philadelphia.
NEWS
September 7, 2012
A part-time Delaware County police officer has been charged with driving under the influence and related offenses after a car crash, according to court documents. Meghan Kelly Hurrelbrinck, 30, of Ridley Township, has been suspended from her job in Collingdale, according to officials. On Monday, Hurrelbrinck allegedly drove over a curb onto a residential lawn in the 400 block of West South Avenue in Glenolden and struck a tree before leaving the scene. She was stopped a short while later by a Glenolden officer who witnessed the incident.
NEWS
March 23, 2013 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
Michael J. Dogum, 83, of Glenolden, who owned and operated a carpet-installation business, died Sunday, March 17, of a stroke at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. After selling fabric door-to-door in Philadelphia in the 1950s, he saved enough to start Dogum Rugs & Carpets in Glenolden in 1960. He was known as a businessman for whom no job was too small. He extended credit on a handshake to customers unable to pay on time. He dealt with many generations of the families who were customers, said his son John.
NEWS
January 11, 2015 | By Mari A. Schaefer, Inquirer Staff Writer
A Darby Township police officer was acquitted Friday of charges that he stalked and kidnapped two women he had stopped in separate incidents. But the Delaware County Court jury, which deliberated about three hours, found him guilty of three lesser charges, including abuse of power. Judge Mary Alice Brennan placed Christopher Scott, 36, of Wallingford, accused of soliticting sex from the 23-year-old women, on electronic home monitoring until sentencing in April. Scott cried as the verdicts were read.
NEWS
February 4, 2015 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
John A. Zinn Jr., 98, of Glen Mills, formerly of Folsom, who installed turbines for Westinghouse Corp. across the globe, died Wednesday, Jan. 28, of prostate cancer at his daughter's home in Media. Called "Jack" by friends, Mr. Zinn was a 1935 graduate of Glen-Nor High School in Glenolden. He volunteered for military service early in 1941 and was accepted into the Army Air Corps during what became World War II later that year. His duties included teaching aerial photography at Lowry Field in Denver, Colo., and participating in a radar technology testing program.
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REAL_ESTATE
November 15, 2015 | By Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Writer
One in a continuing series spotlighting real estate markets in the region's communities. Unless you're a local, it's sometimes difficult to figure out where Folcroft begins and Glenolden ends. The opposite is true, too. But just as it was fun wandering around Glenolden on a warm day in late spring, a sunny and warm Tuesday in early autumn was perfect for exploring Folcroft. According to a sign along the borough's portion of Chester Pike, in Old English Folcroft means "leafy green meadow fields.
NEWS
July 9, 2015 | BY STEPHANIE FARR, Daily News Staff Writer farrs@phillynews.com, 215-854-4225
WELL, THIS is nuts. A Delaware County man has filed a federal lawsuit claiming that the cops who arrested him for public drunkenness in 2012 were real ball busters because they tased his testicles while he was handcuffed in the back of a police cruiser. In the suit, Kiyean Brown, 30, of Glenolden, claims that the lasting effects of the tase to his testes are driving him nuts, but an attorney for one of the defendant officers says the claim is poppycock and that the officer tased Brown in his thigh, not his gonads.
NEWS
April 17, 2015 | By Mari A. Schaefer, Inquirer Staff Writer
Stephen Rozniakowski was so enraged when he found out that his former girlfriend, Valerie Morrow, had bought a new car with her husband that on Dec. 12, 2014, he phoned her 60 times and sent her 20 e-mails while she was at work. The harassment continued for two more days, as the former Colwyn Borough police officer threatened to release personal information and photos, and "embarrass her at work" if she didn't respond. Even as Morrow applied for a protection-from-abuse order on Dec. 15, he continued to call.
NEWS
April 2, 2015 | By Mari A. Schaefer, Inquirer Staff Writer
Tyaina Finch told investigators initially that the police officer's yellow Labrador had his service revolver in its mouth, and as she attempted to pull it out, it fired, killing the officer. But Delaware County District Attorney Jack Whelan said the statements by the 27-year-old Glenolden woman were "inconsistent. " On Tuesday, she was charged with first-degree murder and related crimes and ordered held without bail in the death of Mark Hudson, 26, also of Glenolden. Whelan described the couple's relationship as "tumultuous" and said officers had been called to the home numerous times for domestic disturbances.
NEWS
March 19, 2015 | BY JOHN F. MORRISON, Daily News Staff Writer morrisj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5573
LIKE MANY World War II veterans, Joe Quintiliano rarely talked about his war experiences. But one day the dam broke. It was at Thanksgiving dinner and Joe was telling about the day he arrived home after the war and his ship passed the Statue of Liberty. Joe broke down right there at the table. "It was the only time we saw him get emotional about the war," said his daughter, Carol Zino. "He just rarely made reference to it. " Joe served in the 10th Air Force as a crew member on transport planes flying over the Himalayas - also known as the "Hump" - from India into China to supply Chinese troops battling the Japanese.
NEWS
February 4, 2015 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
John A. Zinn Jr., 98, of Glen Mills, formerly of Folsom, who installed turbines for Westinghouse Corp. across the globe, died Wednesday, Jan. 28, of prostate cancer at his daughter's home in Media. Called "Jack" by friends, Mr. Zinn was a 1935 graduate of Glen-Nor High School in Glenolden. He volunteered for military service early in 1941 and was accepted into the Army Air Corps during what became World War II later that year. His duties included teaching aerial photography at Lowry Field in Denver, Colo., and participating in a radar technology testing program.
NEWS
January 25, 2015 | BY VINNY VELLA, Daily News Staff Writer vellav@phillynews.com, 215-854-2513
THE AFFIDAVIT is chilling, detailing the alleged destruction of 14 young lives by a sick pervert looking to get off. And yesterday, the Delaware County District Attorney levied 161 counts of criminal charges at the man accused of the heinous acts: John Corcoran. "The defendant in this case lured these vulnerable children under the guise of his friendship, and then exploited them with the promise of gifts only to then sexually exploit and abuse them for his own deviant sexual gratification," said Delaware County District Attorney Jack Whelan.
NEWS
January 11, 2015 | By Mari A. Schaefer, Inquirer Staff Writer
A Darby Township police officer was acquitted Friday of charges that he stalked and kidnapped two women he had stopped in separate incidents. But the Delaware County Court jury, which deliberated about three hours, found him guilty of three lesser charges, including abuse of power. Judge Mary Alice Brennan placed Christopher Scott, 36, of Wallingford, accused of soliticting sex from the 23-year-old women, on electronic home monitoring until sentencing in April. Scott cried as the verdicts were read.
NEWS
October 3, 2014 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
Joseph P. Lamb Sr., 94, of Drexel Hill, a proud Irishman who never forgot his Philadelphia roots, died Friday, Sept. 26, of respiratory failure at Springfield Hospital in Delaware County. Born and raised in Southwest Philadelphia, Mr. Lamb was a 1937 graduate of West Philadelphia Catholic High School for Boys. While there, he played football, baseball, and basketball for the Connell Spades. He was a resident of Briarcliffe, a neighborhood of brick rowhouses in Glenolden, before moving to Drexel Hill in 1969.
NEWS
September 18, 2014 | By Vernon Clark, Inquirer Staff Writer
A former top official of a Philadelphia nonprofit whose mission was to help the homeless has been accused of using a corporate credit card to embezzle $198,628 from the organization from 2005 to 2010. According to a federal indictment issued Tuesday, Erica N. Brown, 38, of Glenolden, Delaware County, was the chief operating officer of SELF Inc., which provides services to the homeless and behaviorally challenged people. Brown allegedly used a corporate American Express card to pay expenses for herself, including trips to the Caribbean, Cape May, and elsewhere; meals at the Four Seasons; purchases at Wawa; a gym membership; a personal trainer; and clothing, including five pair of Ugg boots.
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