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With the parents of Michael Taylor and Mark McNeill looking on, Glenolden Borough council awarded commendations to the local police officers involved in the investigation and arrest of the man eventually convicted of their hit-and-run deaths.
According to Laura Wiseley of the…
The Republican voter turnout was more than double the Democratic voter turnout during Tuesday’s primary election, according to unofficial election results and correspondent Danielle Lynch of the DelCoTimes.
Those figures are…
Added by RidleyParkOnline on May 23, 2013 at 9:10am — No Comments
We just wanted to thank all of the residents who came out and voted for our Republican team. Sue, Kevin, and I appreciate your support. We never asked for the Democratic support personally, but appreciate their kind support too. We are all Ridley Park Residents first.
Bob Boland and the Philadelphia union money spent $29,000 to win the majority of 800 total votes. One amazing accomplishment was State Representative Nick Miccarelli spent the entire day at the polls…Continue
Here are the unofficial, 2013 Ridley Park Primary Election Results from DelCo's Board of Elections
|Tax Collector 4 Year Term
(Vote for One)
|Ridley Park Borough|
This is an open letter to all of the recent posters on this website.
After reading this feed...the main thing I see is a LOT of people making fun of mental illness... Do you all think this is okay? Is calling someone "crazy" "insane" or "off their meds" funny to you? You do realize that this site is one of the first ones to come up when people google "Ridley Park" right? A person comes to this website to see when the farmers market starts and BAM! Name-calling overload. Some people…Continue
The Taylor Community Foundation 12th annual recognition reception at the Springhaven Golf Club honored 14 soon-to-be high school graduates who will receive scholarships from the foundation. The foundation serves 19 townships and boroughs in Delaware County. The full story is from Barbara Ormsby for the…Continue
Added by RidleyParkOnline on May 18, 2013 at 6:34am — No Comments
How to write in Candidates for Borough Council May 21 2013
1.Find Write-In Box under COUNCIL RIDLEY PARK –
2. Press X in Write-In box
3. Go to top right corner of screen. Press large red blinking light in top right corner to open Write-In Window.
4.With black or blue ink, or pencil, write in clear block letters on the paper in Write-In Window
Spell names correctly: Double check before…Continue
Added by Nina on May 17, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments
Is the Ridley News really endorsing Jared Brennan, Sue Murth and Kevin Atwell? As evidenced by this website Jared, Sue and Kevin pay you to produce campaign literature. While endorsing paying advertisers is legal in PA, it is illegal in several states. At the very least it is highly unethical. Jared "Mr. Transparency" Brennan how much did this "endorsement" cost or are you only transparent when it benefits you?
Kevin Atwell helped the Ridley Park Police Dept this morning by making a phone call & giving information to the 911 dispatch.
We need more residents like Mr. Atwell in Ridley Park to help our police dept. keep Ridley Park safe. Thanks Kevin for making Ridley Park a safer town.
Added by Kenneth Harper on May 10, 2013 at 7:18pm — No Comments
After a protracted legal battle, PA's Supreme Court upheld Pennsylvania’s latest legislative redistricting plan. In the plan, which will be instituted for the 2014 legislative elections, Ridley Park and Glenolden are cast out from Senator Anthony Williams territory...…Continue
Added by RidleyParkOnline on May 9, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
Seven Republican candidates are running in the May 21 primary election for their party’s nomination for four seats on borough council.
Endorsed candidates are Samantha Meglino Snow and Robert Berger, both incumbents, and Michele Endriss Dalessio and Daniel Knowles.
Running without the party endorsement are Kevin Atwell, and incumbents Jared Brennan and Suzanne Murtha. The complete story is here from …
Added by RidleyParkOnline on May 8, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments
The Delaware County Heritage Commission awarded Julia Kinter and Jeff Shick their 35th annual preservation award for the residential rehabilitation at 106 W. Ridley Ave...read…Continue
Recently discovered and obtained Borough Bank Documents confirm the Borough Bounced Checks and Raided the Capital Reserve Fund one week after passing their “proud” Budget in January 2013.
Ridley Park Residents: The Endorsed Republican candidates are going door to door boasting about their 2013 Budget and how proud they are of it. It is in BOLD print on their campaign letter they are handing out to residents. In January of 2013 Councilor Sue Murtha and I…Continue
I had a couple of thoughts after this weekend of lovely weather.
After your own YARD SALE, please try to go around and take down all the signs you have put up announcing it. Likewise, if you see a sign on a pole for a yard sale that has already happened, why not rip it down and put it in the trash?
Let's say you are taking a walk. Why not carry a plastic bag with you and pick up some trash along the way? I have acquired a pair of long-handled tongs that I…Continue
Added by Rebecca Clemmer on May 6, 2013 at 12:22pm — No Comments
We had a great turnout for the lake and stream cleanup yesterday. Thank you to the Ridley Township Boys Scouts who came and helped. Thank you to all of the residents who came out on such a beautiful day to keep the lake and stream areas clean. Special thank you to The Chester-Ridley-Crum Watershed Association and our leader Brian for organizing this annual event. It seems each year that we gather to clean up that we have less of a pile of recycles and trash when we take our picture. …Continue
Last month at the council meeting Ridley Park received $75,000.00 from the County Council towards the dredging of the lake and silt basin. Didn't get a chance to thank all of the County Council members for stepping up and helping the borough maintain the lake. Thank you for personally coming to present the check Tom, Mario, Colleen, and Dave.
Ridley Park Residents appreciate your support!