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Sunoco Robbed; Preliminary Wawa Plan Approved This Week in Review

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

A man, armed with a kitchen knife, robbed the Sunoco in Edgmont Township, police say. (Credit: State Police-Media Barracks)
A man, armed with a kitchen knife, robbed the Sunoco in Edgmont Township, police say. (Credit: State Police-Media Barracks)
It’s been a busy week in Media Patch. Here’s a look at some of the top stories of the week.

Preliminary Wawa Plan Approved by Media Borough Council
A zoning change and ownership of Baker Street are the next steps needed to move the project…

Edgmont Sunoco Robbed at Knifepoint, Police Say
Between $200 and $600 was stolen from the gas station, police say.

Student iPads Stolen from Penncrest
Each iPad is valued at $500, police say.

Animal Cruelty Charges Filed in Cut Puppy Ears Case
The Havertown woman accused of cutting the ears of a pitbull puppy had also posted on craigslist.org advertising her dog walking services.

NJ Woman's 100th Birthday Coincides with JFK Anniversary
Centenarian Julia Kelly vividly remembers the fateful events of Nov. 22, 1963.

Where Were You When President John F. Kennedy Was Shot?
Friday marks the 50th anniversary of Kennedy's assassination.

Local Food Banks Need Donations
Federal funding for food stamps has been cut. Here's how you can donate to your local food bank.

Will Area Ski Slopes Open Thanksgiving Weekend?
Like everything else involving skiing this time of year, it's "weather permitting."


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