Saturday, May 11, 2013
A look back at some of our stories you may have missed this week.
Royersford 4th-Grader Gives Up Birthday Gifts for Donations Abby Gubanich wanted donations instead of birthday presents when she turned 10 last month. Evans Student Is a Google Doodle Semifinalist Hayley Roberts placed first in the state K-3 category for the yearly Doodle 4 Google contest. Voted Down: Public Posting of Liens Doesn't Fly in Spring City The borough council voted 4-2 against posting names of people who have liens filed against them on the borough website. Driver Jailed for Swamp Pike Crash that Injured Exeter Man Arrison Renee Bunner, 22, will spend a minimum of fourteen and as many as fifty-nine months in jail and five years on probation. Rash of Burglaries Has Limerick Police Seeking Public's Help "The best defense is a …
Friday, May 10, 2013
The Birdsboro woman admitted to being high when she crashed her car on Swamp Pike in July 2012.
A Norristown resident was sentenced on May 3 to 14 to 59 months in jail and five years' probation at the conclusion of proceedings stemming from a July 2012 crash in Limerick Township. Arrison Renee Bunner, 22, pleaded guilty in February to aggravated assault by a vehicle. Bunner confessed to taking "speed" at midnight the night before the crash and told police that, while she thought she was trying to avoid an animal when she crashed, she wasn't sure if she had hallucinated the animal. Brian Blackwell, the car's passenger, sustained serious injuries in the crash. According to an article in the Pottstown Mercury, Blackwell "cannot walk and remains in a rehabilitation hospital, confined to a wheelchair, undergoing speech, physical and …
Saturday, February 16, 2013
Maddie Maurer is still recovering. Her mother has posted some updates on her condition.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Madeline Maurer's mother posted on Pope John Paul II High School's Facebook page.
According to a post on Pope John Paul II High School's Facebook page, Madeline Maurer's mother Kate, said her daughter is "right where she needs to be," according to her neurologist. The post reads: Thank you Fr. Delacy [Father Stephen DeLacy, PJPHS school pastor] for visiting Madeline. I will keep everyone posted. The neurologist and his nurse both said that Madeline is right where she needs to be. It has only been 4 days!! Please keep praying! And for every person whose hands touch and heal Madeline. Remember them too. Megan Kugler, thinking of you dear alot. She's gonna make it. Love you dear. God bless you all. And let me tell you that every card you made for Maddie, I already have in an album. Every card from Friday night to the …