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The end has finally come to the Grad Prix Car Wash just outside town. Years ago it was the most convenient place around these parts to wash your ride; now it's gone and it's made way for the site of a new super Wawa.
I remember heading to the Grand Prix with a roll of quarters and my pickup truck all covered in mud on a late Saturday afternoon in summer and…Continue
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This poem entitled: Fading Bleu Ciel from the Fire Escape won Special Mentions in the April 2010 Poetry Contest in Writers’ Journal, w/ results posted in the Nov/Dec 2010 issue.
I wrote this while sitting on my fire escape on a summer evening in 2009, here in Ridley Park - when I lived…Continue
Added by Jessica Bordas on February 24, 2011 at 2:45pm — No Comments
For commuters tired of pumping 12 quarters into parking meters every day to park near the Crum Lynne and Ridley Park train stations, there is good news on the horizon.
At February's meeting Ridley Park Borough Council approved parking permits for both locations. Permits will now cost $60 a month, roughly the same as paying $3 a day, five days a week, said council member James Glenn.
Residents will be able to purchase permits in person at Borough Hall. The permits will only…
Added by Rebecca Clemmer on February 23, 2011 at 11:14am — No Comments
So, you had your first book published - now what? Well, marketing and promotion are soon to follow. This translates to lots of research on methods to promote your book. One aspect of internet promotion - that is extensively written about - is blogging.
You will notice that as suggested with article writing, blogging is…Continue
Added by Jessica Bordas on February 18, 2011 at 8:52am — No Comments
Was wondering if we could have an event for the children and help raise money for different issues for community or maybe help a fundraiser raise money???
We don't seem to have too many things for the kids to do around Ridley Park or to look forward to.
Margarette "Mimi" Connor
My grandmother, who has lived in Ridley Park since 1951and still resides there, turned 96 years young February 2nd. My family lived on Barker Street until 1998. Mimi now lives alone in apartment at Stonewood Village. Wouldn't it be great if her secret for longevity was the Ridley Park…Continue
Added by jeanne frantz on February 4, 2011 at 4:07pm — No Comments
Added by RidleyParkOnline on February 3, 2011 at 10:32am — No Comments
I have received mixed comments from many residents from different sections of Ridley Park.
Please help me as your councilman so we can do a better job. I would like to get feedback from all the residents. Also I would like to read about the postives of this snow removal also. Thank-you.
According to the legend that began in southeastern Pennsylvania, on February 2 when the groundhog emerges from its burrow and it "sees its shadow," the groundhog…Continue