Week in Review: Criminal Matters
A look back at the week that was.
We started a new column this week that brought you police news from Mt. Airy, courtesy the 14th Police District. In other criminal matters, a Mt. Airy resident was arrested after allegedly attempting to coerce a 13-year old to come to Philadelphia to have sex with him.
InFusion owners Jocie Dye and Jason Huber announced they would soon relinquish control of the store to Jordan and Jane Shapiro. The new owners will take over April 1. A new Mt. Airy-based business, intended to help people have bar or bat mitzvahs in Guatemala, got off the ground, and we reviewed Tiffin.
A profile focused on Grace Epiphany Episcopal Church rector Thomas Eoyang. A two-part series profiled toad travels near Roxborough Reservoir, and Philly Free School put on an event at Big Blue Marble Bookstore.
We debuted a couple more of our weekly videos this week: Our Adopt-a-Pet video and our Million Dollar Home Tour. Meanwhile, Fast Forward continued with a sped up view of people pumping gas on Stenton Avenue. Stay tuned next week for more.
Our Whiz Kid focused on an aspiring Germantown High School rapper. You can also see our Frugal Family, Grab & Go Planner, Great Escape, Moms Talk (which focuses on extracurricular activities), Get Out, Home Comparison, Patch Picks (with a St. Patrick's Day theme), Viewfinder and House Hunt.
You can also see what gas prices looked like this week.