They are all outspoken at home in Broomall, Delaware County. But the youngest sister runs the show on the ice.
CHESTER COUNTY New font for borough text WEST CHESTER Typeface taboo no more. After years of using Comic Sans - the playful font mirrored after comic book blurbs - for their meeting agendas, the Borough of West Chester took up an unusual debate last month to change their formal text.
The notion paralyzed Lisa Chifokoyo with fear. She had three hours to come up with $2,000 - or her husband could die.
OXON HILL, Md. - Calling on fellow Republicans to focus on "what we're for and not what we're against," Gov. Christie made his pitch to his party's right wing Thursday, describing himself to conservative activists as a "pro-life" leader who has governed a blue state effectively.
They are like nomads, displaced eight years ago by brutal competition and a slowing economy from their longtime home, the old Pennsauken Mart on Route 130.
WENONAH After only a year in the job, Wenonah Police Chief Joseph Harrison has been fired, officials confirmed Thursday. It was not entirely clear what led to the termination, which they said was approved unanimously Feb. 27 by the borough council during a closed-door session.
Mayor Nutter couldn't have put the need for school funding in starker terms. In his budget address Thursday, he called public education the "paramount issue" facing City Council. Later he described getting more money for the schools as "a fight for the future of this city."
DELAWARE COUNTY Hunger conference set for Friday at Widener CHESTER The sixth annual Delaware County conference on hunger will bring representatives from agencies and nonprofits to Widener University on Friday.
BUCKS COUNTY A literally boring road closure lies ahead LANGHORNE Lane restrictions will be in effect starting Monday along several miles of Route 1 through Middletown Township, Langhorne, and Langhorne Manor, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has advised.
There were no Mayor Bozo posters this time, no shouting or whistling, not a jeer or catcall Thursday morning as Mayor Nutter spent 30 minutes describing his new $4.5 billion budget proposal to City Council - a far cry from last year, when he was shouted down by angry municipal workers.