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'71 FBI Burglary, 13-Vehicle Crash This Week in Review

Check out Media Patch's top news of the week.

The County Court Apartment Building, on Veterans Square in Media, was once the center of a burglary that exposed the FBI for spying on its own in the early 1970s. (Credit: Courtney Elko)
The County Court Apartment Building, on Veterans Square in Media, was once the center of a burglary that exposed the FBI for spying on its own in the early 1970s. (Credit: Courtney Elko)
It’s been a busy week in Media Patch. Here’s a look at some of the top stories of the week.

Media Apt. Building Center of '71 FBI Burglary
Whistleblowers stole F.B.I. documents from a Media Borough office in 1971, exposing the agency, and they were never caught, NY Times reports.

Minor Injuries in 13-Vehicle, Rt. 1 Pile-Up, Police Say
A multi-vehicle crash caused major traffic delays near Media Bypass Friday morning.

Man Flips Van, Results in DUI Arrest
The 48-year-old Upper Providence Township man sustained minor injuries in the crash, police say.

Blueberry Bog Closes on Orange Street
The vintage arts and collectibles shop closed its doors at the end of December.

Middletown Twp. Council Appoints Chair, Vice Chair
The re-elected Middletown Township Council members took the oath of office on Monday.

Upper Providence Re-Appoints Chair, Vice Chair
The re-elected Upper Providence Township Council members took the oath of office on Monday.

4 New Media Borough Council Members Sworn In
The four newly-elected Democrats were sworn in to Media Borough Council at its reorganization on Monday.

Bishop McFadden Honored Posthumously with Paul VI Award
The late Bishop Joseph McFadden was the first president of Cardinal O’Hara High
School in Springfield. 

Reports: Bucks County Native Will Be PSU’s New Football Coach
Multiple media outlets are reporting that Vanderbilt’s James Franklin has accepted the Nittany Lions’ offer.

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