MEDIA — Delaware County's most senior medical official issued recommendations pertaining to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), which has killed more than 100 people and sickened thousands in China.
The battle lines have been drawn in the 165th state House race, where incumbent Democrat Jen O'Mara will face a Republican challenger in her bid for a second term
PHILADELPHIA — A Broomall insurance adjuster has been charged with fraud and related offenses for allegedly pocketing more than $722,000 from a city rubber products manufacturer, according to a release from Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner.
MEDIA — Changes keep a'coming to Delaware County as county council hired a human resources specialist to revamp hiring practices and as it prepares to host an ethics reform hearing next month.
Members of Delaware County Council plan to meet with state officials in Harrisburg next week to discuss the process of establishing a health department.
MARPLE – Startled by the screams of her sister-in-law Friday night, Cathy Grandizio ran into her home next door, only to find her bedridden brother-in-law, slipping away from life, trapped by the flames surrounding him.
MEDIA — The solid Democratic Delaware County Council met for more than two hours Wednesday and already began making changes by scheduling nightly meetings, live streaming meetings and setting hours during the week to make themselves available to the public and to county employees.
MEDIA COURTHOUSE — Democrats officially took control of county government Monday morning with the swearing in of Dr. Monica Taylor, Christine Reuther and Elaine Paul Schaefer, who joined incumbent Democrats Kevin Madden and Brian Zidek on the five-member county council.
NEWTOWN — How many Delaware County chefs can say that they’ve published two cookbooks, appeared on "The Today Show," been an invited guest on the "Rachel Ray Show" three times, taught cooking at a winery in Italy twice, and had a role in "The Irishman," sitting next to Robert DeNiro?
MEDIA COURTHOUSE — It was standing room only Friday morning in the John V. Diggins Ceremonial Courtroom, where four new faces joined the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas in a historic swearing-in ceremony often fraught with emotion and never lacking for applause.
MEDIA — Delaware County Council unanimously approved hiring McGrath Human Resources Group for $102,452 to perform a compensation study of county and court employees with a goal to begin implementing parts of that study by the end of 2020.
MEDIA — The Delaware County Bar Association may have received a $35,000 grant from Delaware County Council but Democratic members were vocal about their opposition to "subsidizing" lawyers.
For more than a century, Republicans have ruled Delaware County and overseen the operations and functions throughout every corner of the county.
Wawa is taking a proactive approach to help customers who may have been affected by a months-long data breach this year that may have compromised credit card information used at any of the convenience store chain’s 850 locations up and down the East Coast.
MEDIA — It has no proposed tax increase - for now - and only one member of the public voiced concerns with the $358 million county budget being presented. But some county council members found issues of perceptual concern.
MEDIA COURTHOUSE — Delaware County District Attorney-Elect Jack Stollsteimer has reportedly fired 11 current prosecutors within the last two days, amounting to about 23 percent of the present staff of 47.
EDGMONT — About 40 activists pulled the plug on Sunoco's Mariner East pipeline construction for about an hour Saturday morning, idling about a dozen pipeline workers.
Of the thousands of shoppers out there all hours, nobody may have had more seasonal spirit than Lori Norbeck of Wallingford, Sophie Cunliffe of Aldan, Jodan Floyd of Aston and Amy Norbeck of Ridley Park.
Unofficial results from the Nov. 5 elections that posted some razor-thin wins throughout the county have held, according to the county Election Bureau.
SPRINGFIELD — Just a few days after Delaware County held the largest Veterans Day Parade in Pennsylvania, the county’s active and retired military came together and were honored again, this time at the Sixth Annual Delaware County Freedom Medal Award Dinner.
More than 800 people applied to participate in 12 working groups established as Delaware County Council prepares to become an all-Democratic governing body.
A package of bills involving reform for childhood sexual abuse statute of limitations reform now goes before Gov. Tom Wolf as the Pennsylvania House passed the measure Thursday. The state Senate passed it Wednesday.
PHILADELPHIA — Two Delaware County men are charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and wire fraud for their alleged roles in a $21 million insurance premium financing fraud scheme, according to a criminal complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Monday.
State senators may consider legislation as early as today that could alter the Pennsylvania Constitution to broaden parameters for survivors of childhood sexual abuse to seek justice.
EDGMONT — Two weeks after the Halloween storm that tore through Delaware County, Ridley Creek State Park is just getting back to normal.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — The FBI has begun a corruption investigation into how Gov. Tom Wolf's administration came to issue permits for construction on a multibillion-dollar pipeline project to carry highly volatile natural gas liquids across Pennsylvania, The Associated Press has learned.
When voters picked Nusrat Rashid and Monica Taylor for victories Tuesday, they did more than select a judge and county councilwoman.
MEDIA — Thirty-nine hours after the polls closed on Election Night, the inumbent and newly elected Democratic Delaware County Council members gathered to make it clear when they govern together, it will be for all.
The sweep of Democratic victories that has officially locked down all control of county council and the District Attorney’s office - in addition to county row offices it claimed in 2017 - the years-long simmering strength of the party in the county reached a boiling point Tuesday.
Jack Stollsteimer made history Tuesday by being the first Democrat elected to the District Attorney’s office in the history of Delaware County.
Democrats made history by securing four open seats on the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas Tuesday, according to unofficial election results. Though there had been Democrats appointed to the bench before, none had ever won in a general election before.
SWARTHMORE — The Democrats swept every county race Tuesday night. The party will have a 5-0 majority on county council, including its first African-American member, their first Democrat Common Pleas judges and the first female African-American and Muslim judge in the county's history.
THORNBURY – Days after storms crashed through sections of Delaware County, crews were still out clearing trees and rewiring utility poles.
MARPLE — It’s a common sight for state representatives to visit volunteer fire companies for company functions like an anniversary, housing or building dedication.
The Frankenstorm that ripped through the county late Halloween night created the first documented tornado to form in Delaware County in almost 10 years, but the strongest one in more than 45 years.
It was the Halloween night from hell for one neighborhood in Thornbury Township. While much of the region dealt with gusting winds and drenching rains, the development of Cobblestones at Thornbury was directly in the path of an EF2 tornado.
WASHINGTON, D.C.— Regional Democratic lawmakers followed party lines to approve Thursday morning impeachment procedures against Republican President Donald Trump.
EDGMONT — Democrats have characterized a message left on a township resident's voicemail last week by a Republican committeeman as an intimidating threat, while members of the GOP say it is simply being taken the wrong way.