Recycling moving today

Today the glass and paper/cardboard recycling bins (why never any plastic?) will move to some place in the township you’ve likely never been: the Fire Training Grounds. If you’ve ever walked Merry Place’s Darby Creek path all the way to the end, you’ve run into the fire training grounds. The area has a township building, a […]

Retiring old flags, and YAY! Flag Day!

Tuesday, June 14, 2016 is Flag Day. Let’s show Delco how it’s done! __________________________ The US Library of Congress tells us the legend of the flag, which all Townies should know by now: It’s said that George Washington approached Betsy Ross (a seamstress) to sew up a flag. This was in June of 1776, a […]

Being Human in H-Town

Concert in the Park was chill. Pics.

Make sure to take blankets and chairs to Paddock Park next Saturday, June 18, 2016 to hear the very popular Jeffrey Gaines. It’s 10 bucks. It starts at 6. You can find plenty of parking around there (the produce store will be closed, so that lot will be convenient). iRadioPhilly/Kelly Music for Life is using awesome […]

Retiring old flags, and YAY! Flag Day!

Tuesday, June 14, 2016 is Flag Day. Let’s show Delco how it’s done! __________________________ The US Library of Congress tells us the legend of the flag, which all Townies should know by now: It’s said that George Washington approached Betsy Ross (a seamstress) to sew up a flag. This was in June of 1776, a […]

Armed Robbery, Car and Foot Chase, Arrest

This latest Press Release from Haverford Police Department reads like a movie script. (But holy crap, armed robbery?! At Grasslyn and Ellis?!) HAVERFORD TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT 1010 Darby Road Havertown, Pennsylvania 19083 Official Press Release On Friday May 27, 2016 at 0211 hours Haverford Township Police were dispatched to the area of Grasslyn Avenue and […]

Nextdoor says shout-outs OK any day

  **Today our founder, Christine Cavalier, talks about her experience as a Lead in a Nextdoor.com neighborhood social network.** _______________ Unlike the “Designated Business Day” the Havertown Community Group and others have on Facebook, the Nextdoor policy is to allow for business “shout outs” (spontaneous recommendations) any day of the month without any restrictions on […]

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Recent Happenings

Townie has no regrets from Anthem of the Seas cruise

Perhaps the Royal Caribbean ship “Anthem of the Seas” should be called “Anathema the Seas”**. The ship is turning around for the 2nd time in almost as many weeks. Do you remember the Super Bowl Sunday storm that tossed the 6,000 capacity cruise ship up, down, and all around off the coast of North Carolina? […]

H-town without power lines

One day.

Find the black dog – photos from today’s walk

We went for a little walk today along Pennsy Trail to see the snow before it melts. Shout out to the other dogs we met along the way, including new resident puppy Frank and his sweet mom and dad who know the former Miss Sandowich-now-Coffey (coffee n a sammich, anyone? Can’t make this stuff up) […]

Millennials would love H-Town, if they could afford it

A bit of information is coming out about Millennials and where they’d like to settle down. Turns out, it’s the ‘burbs. Great! H-Town’s a ‘burb. And we have all the things here these younguns are lookin’ fer: “It appears that what many Millennials want when picking out a place to raise a family isn’t a […]

Fog on Karakung Drive

Here is a slideshow of a creepy bit of fog rolling over Karakung drive yesterday.

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Find the black dog – photos from today’s walk

We went for a little walk today along Pennsy Trail to see the snow before it melts. Shout out to the other dogs we met along the way, including new resident puppy Frank and his sweet mom and dad who know the former Miss Sandowich-now-Coffey (coffee n a sammich, anyone? Can’t make this stuff up) […]

What to do in H-Town if your pet makes a run for it

Dogs and cats are living together, out on the mean streets of H-Town. Well, maybe they aren’t living “together” exactly. They insist they’re just roommates. Still – what’s the procedure if your pet makes a break for his gang banging buds? And what do you do if you find a domesticated animal? Search your surrounding […]

Bamboozled: Bucks County town tryin’ to be like us

We’re just famous. That’s all there is to it. Or else, the Philly.com is obsessed with us like the New York Times is obsessed with Philadelphia. This time, Bucks County folks are planting the seeds of thought for a bamboo ordinance. The article mentions we Townies are pioneers, as we already have one in place. (BTW […]

What.The.He–??

If you want open space, BUY IT

There’s a ridiculous letter from Phil Heron making the rounds. Mr. Heron is the Editor of the Daily Times. He is echoing the woes of locals who protest development over open space. He talks about the wide open views in Kansas. What the hell? In Kansas all that open space is PRIVATELY OWNED and used to […]

Bee the Soda…

Saw this on Haverford today, in front of Ardmore Beverage:   Would this be soda for bees? Or soda made out of bees? Or, more of philosophical command, a la Caddyshack: Let it happen. Beeee the Sodaaa.  

Spiriting: Why your street’s trees are TP’ed

It may seem like mischief night has come early to H-Town, but what’s really happening is some good ol’ fashioned school spirit, in the form of bathroom tissue. Any trees on your street look like this lately?   Haverford High School’s Fords (Yes, they are named after the original car. Go figure) are a fun […]

1Hilltop Road

Recycling moving today

Today the glass and paper/cardboard recycling bins (why never any plastic?) will move to some place in the township you’ve likely never been: the Fire Training Grounds. If you’ve ever walked Merry Place’s Darby Creek path all the way to the end, you’ve run into the fire training grounds. The area has a township building, a […]

picture of a dog with sunglasses on and a cat with headphones and sunglasses

What to do in H-Town if your pet makes a run for it

Dogs and cats are living together, out on the mean streets of H-Town. Well, maybe they aren’t living “together” exactly. They insist they’re just roommates. Still – what’s the procedure if your pet makes a break for his gang banging buds? And what do you do if you find a domesticated animal? Search your surrounding […]

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Find the black dog – photos from today’s walk

We went for a little walk today along Pennsy Trail to see the snow before it melts. Shout out to the other dogs we met along the way, including new resident puppy Frank and his sweet mom and dad who know the former Miss Sandowich-now-Coffey (coffee n a sammich, anyone? Can’t make this stuff up) […]

1Hilltop Road

Recycling moving today

Today the glass and paper/cardboard recycling bins (why never any plastic?) will move to some place in the township you’ve likely never been: the Fire Training Grounds. If you’ve ever walked Merry Place’s Darby Creek path all the way to the end, you’ve run into the fire training grounds. The area has a township building, a […]

Philly Voice Article

Collingswood Facebook Community Group (Like H-Town’s) Blows Up

Phillyvoice has an article about yet another Facebook community group splintering due to drama trauma. Why did journalist Kevin C. Shelly report this non-event as “news” when it isn’t really new? Because in our modern era, online groups are something worth talking about. We want our own community groups to help to our community instead of hinder […]

Bruce and Deborah Woodruff's view while on the stormy seas

Townie has no regrets from Anthem of the Seas cruise

Perhaps the Royal Caribbean ship “Anthem of the Seas” should be called “Anathema the Seas”**. The ship is turning around for the 2nd time in almost as many weeks. Do you remember the Super Bowl Sunday storm that tossed the 6,000 capacity cruise ship up, down, and all around off the coast of North Carolina? […]

DelcoTimespic

If you want open space, BUY IT

There’s a ridiculous letter from Phil Heron making the rounds. Mr. Heron is the Editor of the Daily Times. He is echoing the woes of locals who protest development over open space. He talks about the wide open views in Kansas. What the hell? In Kansas all that open space is PRIVATELY OWNED and used to […]

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