Week in Review: Sept. 2-8

Did you miss any of this week's news?

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 in the past seven days.

This week, we told you about four arrests police made in a burglary ring. The numerous burglaries occurred over several months in Middletown Township. We informed you that our local Media Acme Supermarkets are NOT closing but one in Sharon Hill be closing. We introduced you to Springton Lake Middle School's new principal and said goodbye to Rose Tree Elementary School's principal.

Here's the full list of news from this past week:


Saturday, Sept. 8

The severe thunderstorm watch, issued by the National Weather Service, is in effect until 10 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 8

A quick list of local runs in and around Media Patch in the coming month.

Check out all these great back to school pictures from your neighbors and vote on which one you think is the best.

September is National Preparedness Month.

The Philadelphia Eagles need to get back to their winning ways.

See how a Media home with a deck compares to other homes with decks in the area.


Friday, Sept. 7

The following information has been supplied by the Pennsylvania State Police-Media Barracks. If arrests or charges are mentioned, they do not indicate guilt or a conviction.

Find out which area supermarkets got spared the axe from SUPERVALU cuts and which will be closing.

This Pitbull-Terrier blend named Princess is available for adoption at the Delaware County SPCA.

Check out the open houses in Media this weekend.

Patch.com editors choose the teams that will win games for the first week of the NFL season.

Check out these events in the Greater Philadelphia Area.


Thursday, Sept. 6

The following information has been supplied by the Upper Providence Police Department. If arrests or charges are mentioned, they do not indicate guilt or a conviction

The new regional Catholic school on Providence Road held its opening day ceremony with a ribbon cutting and blessing to start the school year.

The main photo on the story may be great, but it’s not the winner. Click on the photos to see the winner.

The following death notices come from Media, Marple-Newtown, Springfield and Haverford-Havertown.


Wednesday, Sept. 5

The following homes were purchased in the second half of August 2012.

Police say armed men abducted 2-year-old Tymire Dior Smith from Montgomery County after assaulting his father.

The main photo on the story may be great, but it’s not the winner. Click on the photos to see the winner.

Check out these unusual police stories from the Greater Philadelphia area.

Post your best back to school pictures and you could win a Patch prize pack in our Picture of the Week contest.

What's going on in and around Media Patch this weekend.


Tuesday, Sept. 4

New Principal Troy Czukoski is only one of the many updates and changes the Springton Lake Middle School students will see on the first day of school.

Find out which place users chose as their favorite place to get frozen yogurt regionally.

Looking for a job in the Media area?

Find local attractions you can visit on one tank of gas.


Monday, Sept. 3

Rose Tree Elementary School Principal Karen Daugherty will miss "her kids" as she leaves the school and begins a new journey in her career.

For nearly 100 years, the PA Department of Labor and Industry has advocated for state workers.

For Labor Day, Patch looks at how jobs have changed during the last century.


Sunday, Sept. 2

For Labor Day, Patch examines why some professionals are willing to travel hundreds of miles every week for work.

Mobile phone have a growing presence in our lives. When is the right time for a child to have his or her own phone?

Clothes are expensive and it doesn’t matter that children may grow out of them before the season is finished. Find out how to save money and maybe even make money with consignment sales.

St. Mary Magdalen's Pastor Comes from Humble Beginnings

Born in Italy, Monsignor Ralph Chieffo shined shoes in Marcus Hook before becoming one of the most respected priests in Delaware County.

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