There isn't always time to sit down and read the news. So in case you missed any of the week's stories, here's a look at what happened in the greater Media area over the course of the week.
This week, was all about Penncrest High School Graduation. We prepped you for the ceremony and then shared , and more from the Commencement Ceremony. Congratulations Class of 2012. Be sure to share your , whether your graduate is finishing up high school, college, preschool or middle school, we want to hear about it.
Below is a full list of this week's stories.
Saturday, June 9
The 334 Penncrest graduating seniors were dismissed for the final time Thursday.
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Family members and friends cheered on their beloved 334 Penncrest grads Thursday night.
Check out these homes that are for sale with bay windows, in the greater Philadelphia area.
Find three local attractions you can visit on one tank of gas.
Friday, June 8
The 334 students received their diplomas at Thursday night's graduation.
Check out the speeches from Penncrest's top graduates.
Planning a vacation or just a day trip? Patch has all the information on the Shore's best beaches.
This gray and white tabby cat named Hank is available for adoption at the Delaware County SPCA.
Houses will be shown on Mallard Mill Run and Ridley Creek Drive.
Thursday, June 7
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Patch contributor Lauren Avellino Turton reviews Pappone’s Pizzeria in Middletown Township.
Whether it's preschool, elementary, middle school, high school or college, Media Patch wants to hear your graduate's story.
Bathrooms are especially important on longer routes, like the Media/Elwyn line, according to the DVARP.
Delaware County currently spends $2.77 per person, per year, on county parks. An online survey is available for residents to give input for county planning purposes.
Recent death notices of local and former residents.
The state stores’ 3,500 union employees have a new contract.
Here's a list of the 2012 Penncrest graduating seniors.
Wednesday, June 6
What's going on in and around Media Patch this weekend.
Looking for a job in the Media Patch area?
Looking to stretch your legs in an organized run?
Players from area schools will be in the annual tournament.
Pennsylvania's property tax is the wrong way to fund public education.
Pennsylvania has banned bath salts - a possible culprit in the gruesome 'Causeway Cannibal' attack in Miami.
Delaware County is offering resources to help people cope with extreme temperatures.
The Middletown bridge is expected to be under construction for a year, according to the Delaware County News Network.
Tuesday, June 5
This Penncrest High School math teacher couldn't ignore her passion for teaching.
Check out these unusual police stories from the Greater Philadelphia area.
A list of a few local students who recently graduated or received recognition from Widener University.
Everything you need to know before attending Penncrest High School graduation.
The social-networking site is apparently mulling over the idea.
Here are five ways to get a little British in honor of the Queen.
Monday, June 4
The family who adopted Curious George, the Pit Bull/American Bulldog that was found emaciated in October, will soon adopt another abandoned dog that was also in need of a home.
Brendan Hansen, of the Newtown Square Suburban Swim Center, will compete in the 2012 Olympics in London this year.
Pope Benedict XVI will travel to Philadelphia for a World Family Summit in 2015 as the Roman Catholic Church makes a clear statement about gay marriage.
With multiple potential rabies cases reported in the last few months, here are 10 things to know about the deadly virus and how to keep your family safe.
SEPTA’s specially wrapped Philabundance bus will stop at the Media Regional Rail Station from 6:30 to 9 a.m. on Tuesday, June 5.
Watch the Transit of Venus 2012 Tuesday evening. It last happened in 2004, but it won't happen again until 2117.
Sunday, June 3
A list of a few local students who recently graduated from college.
Check out the results of this week's Readers' Choice poll from the Greater Philadelphia area.