Driver, 21, charged with crash that killed soldiers; WCU hockey player detained for rape; Live entertainment leads post-COVID charge
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A Lehigh Valley resident was the pedestrian killed in Monday’s crash that also claimed the lives of two soldiers on Interstate 95 in Philadelphia, state police said Tuesday. Passing motorists saw Reyes Rivera Oliveras, 28, of Allentown, walking in the southbound lanes moments before Privates Martin F. Mack III and Branden T. Sisca responded, police said in a statement. press Tuesday. Troopers were placing Oliveras in their vehicle when they were struck by a vehicle driven by Jayana Webb, 21, of Eagleville, Montgomery County, just before 1 a.m.
The Road Ahead: entertainment is back on the big stage
With apologies to Prince, it looks like it’s time to party like 2019. The COVID pandemic has hit the theater crowd hard. From preparing to stage a full week of Les Misérables to the Kimmel Center campus to selling silent concert tickets to foot traffic around town, the 2020 shutdown has come as a shock to the company. Now things are back to ‘normal’, but there might still be a few changes that will stick around.
A woman testified on Tuesday that she told a man she met at a party at the ‘Hockey House’ near West Chester University ‘more than five times’ that she wanted him to stop playing. having sex with her, but that he continued despite her protests. “He kept going,” the woman said during her 30 minutes on the witness stand during a preliminary hearing before West Chester Magistrate District Judge Marian Vito. “He said, ‘Do you want me to stop?’ I said ‘yes’ and he didn’t stop.”
The fate of a Delaware County man accused of stabbing his girlfriend to death as they argued about their relationship on a Montgomery County trail in Lower Providence may be in the hands of a jury from Wednesday. Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele and Co-Attorney Caitlin Wilenchik concluded their case against Freddy Remigio Mendieta-Pando on Tuesday with testimony from medical and forensic experts who described the injuries of the victim and detectives who testified about Mendieta-Pando’s alleged confession.
Properties in Perkiomen Township damaged by the remnants of Hurricane Ida may soon serve a new purpose. Montgomery County Commissioners authorized representatives of the Montgomery County Planning Commission to apply for a grant through the Pennsylvania Department of Natural Resources’ Community Conservation Partnerships Program to acquire parcels of land near existing trails.
McCaffery: Flyers’ ‘aggressive retooling’ gets off to a dull start
Both words escaped Dave Scott’s mouth in January, and they instantly joined legendary company. They would gain status with ‘dumb money’, alongside ‘gold standard’, not far from ‘we owe you one’, a close cousin of ‘best player in the world’. They would be seen as a battle cry of the determined, a cry meant to calm a fanbase of a struggling hockey operation. In reference to his general manager Chuck Fletcher, Scott, the CEO of the Flyers was clear.
The Bacon Brothers, coming to Ardmore, talk musical family life, songwriting and playing with the NY Yankees
No need to check your longitude or latitude. We are indeed a degree closer to Kevin Bacon. The Bacon Brothers, the sibling duo of Kevin and Michael Bacon, are a musical combo that approach music in a style similar to other famous duos – think Phil and Don Everly, Ray and Dave Davies, and Liam and Noel Gallagher, Minus the Sibling Rivalry. They play folk rock songs that combine the musical talents they have honed together since they were children.