Security is a hot topic again this election season. Cars roar down the street.Phillies can’t beat the Braves

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Delaware County Election Security Covered at League of Women Voters Forum

Election and security officials outlined safeguards in place to protect the Delaware County election. Jim Allen of the Delaware County Electoral Commission, Chief Registrar Crystal Winterbottom, cybersecurity expert Kevin Skoglund, and executive director of Citizens for Better Elections, hosted Friday by the League of Women Voters in Central Delaware County. We discussed the protections already in place on our Hot Topic forum. “Delaware County Elections: Free, Fair, and Safe?” There was a chain

Residents sue Chester County over dropbox ballot security

Critics of mail-in ballot procedures in recent elections change the security measures of the two “round-the-clock” drop-boxes used in the last election, claiming people submitted multiple ballots filed a lawsuit in Chester County Court, seeking to order officials to This goes against the rules that specify that each voter can only deposit her one ballot (her own ballot) at any given time. The complaint, filed in the Common Pleas Court, was filed on behalf of the county’s four registered voters and is headed by two attorneys from Villanova’s prominent conservative law firm and a former Trump administration official. Supported by America First Legal Foundation.

The Coatesville Grand Prix Returns, City Drives Action Home

Mixed with applause and cheers, Saturday’s 6th Annual Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix was a roar of motorsport from start to finish. Vintage and historic race cars and motorcycles competed individually on his 2.2-mile course through the city of Coatesville. This was the sixth annual event. During the opening ceremony, registered vehicles and motorcycles were paraded down the Lincoln Highway, escorted by the Coatesville City Police Department. Members of the South Coatesville Police Department sang the national anthem as the National Guard hoisted flags and stood guard.

Development plans underway for two new mixed-use buildings along Belmont Avenue in Lower Merion

Bala Cynwyd’s site formerly known as the GSB Building is about to undergo a major transformation. This week, the Lower Merrion Building and Planning Commission recommended approval for new construction at the One Belmont Avenue parking lot along Belmont Avenue and St. Asaphus Road. Plans for the 7-acre site call for the construction of two new buildings in front and side parking lots along Belmont Avenue and St. Asaphus Road. The buildings are connected by an elevated pedestrian bridge.

Two of three Montgomery County legislators discharged from hospital after being injured during bombing drills

More information was released on Friday about an explosion that occurred Thursday morning during bomb squad training at SCI Phoenix in Skippack Township. At a news conference Friday afternoon, Montgomery County Sheriff Sean P. Kilkenny said, “Hearing this news, everyone’s heart sank. His three deputies in Kilkenny’s office, Pennsylvania Five bomb technicians were injured, including a police officer and an FBI Philadelphia special agent.


Ozzy Albies of the Atlanta Braves, right...
After scoring in the fourth inning of a baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies in Atlanta on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022, Ozzy Albies (right) of the Atlanta Braves got a high five from teammate William Contreras, 24. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

The Phils’ playoff hopes take another hit, thanks to Braves Ronald Acuna Jr.

Ronald Acuna Jr. hit a home run and four runs off Aaron Nola to display brilliant defense in right field and lead the Atlanta Braves to a 4–3 victory over the Phillies on Saturday night. The Braves’ victory was dampened when second baseman Ozzy Albies, a two-time All-Star, was slid headlong into second base safely in the fourth inning with a seemingly injured right little finger fracture. , which may leave for several weeks. He had just returned on Friday after missing 81 games due to a broken left leg.

Eagles don’t seem to care much about leaguer giving advice

Jalen Rieger will have revenge on his mind when he checks into Lincoln Financial Field with the Minnesota Vikings on Monday. At the very least, his first-round loss to the Eagles should make him a little more concerned if Reago gets an offensive snap this week. The wide receiver who was supposed to revolutionize the position last week when the Eagles knocked him off the board with the 21st overall pick in his 2020 Draft gave Green Bay a 23-7 win over the Packers. One punt he returned seven yards and caught two of his others fair. . Security is a hot topic again this election season. Cars roar down the street.Phillies can’t beat the Braves

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