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January 3rd, 2013

Aerofeed is a leading producer of specialized storage cabinets for use in the production phases of electronics manufacturing. Founded in 1965, the company began building nitrogen storage cabinets in 1971, which, due to their white laminated exteriors, quickly became the most recognizable nitrogen cabinets in the industry. Cabinets with different exteriors for storing thick film printing screens and solder paste stencils followed a few years later, then cabinets for reeled components, feeders and custom applications. Today, AEROFEED offers cabinets in a variety of standard sizes and ESD control options, ranging from none to total, depending on customer requirements. Our innovative design features, quality workmanship, and conscientious customer service make AEROFEED the first name in storage for electronics manufacturing environments – commercial, industrial, and medical.

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Pennsylvania Air Quality Partnership

January 1st, 2013

The goals of the Air Quality Partnership are to increase the public’s understanding on the impact of air pollution, provide alerts for days with high air pollution, provide health effects information and guidelines to prevent or reduce exposure, and finally encourage voluntary actions to reduce air pollution emissions, especially on “Action Days”.

The Partnership forecasts “Action Days,” or days when the air is expected to be unhealthy to breathe. Using a color-coded scale, the forecast informs people about the predicted ozone and fine particulate matter (PM2.5) levels and any precautions that need to be taken.

Ozone in the stratospheric ozone layer protects us from the sun’s harmful rays. But at ground-level, where we breathe it, it’s not so good for us. In the summer, sunlight and high temperatures ‘bake’ pollutants emitted by motor vehicles, power plants, industrial manufacturing and other sources to form high levels of ground-level ozone, commonly known as smog.

Particle pollution is the term for tiny drops of liquid or small particles of dust, metals and other material that float in the air. Some particles are large or dark enough to be seen as soot or smoke. Others are so small that they can only be detected with an electron microscope. Particle pollution comes from a variety of sources such as cars, power plants, factories, construction sites, forest fires, and municipal waste incinerators.

The City Of Philadelphia

January 1st, 2013


Directories & Resources


Main Line Real Estate

December 27th, 2012

Buy or sell a home anywhere along the Main Line, including Bala Cynwyd, Merion, Wynnewood, Ardmore, Haverford, Havertown, Bryn Mawr, Rosemont, Villanova, Radnor, St. David’s, Wayne, Strafford, Devon, Paoli, King of Prussia, Conshohocken, or Narberth.

John A. Benigno, ABR
Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
355A Lancaster Ave
Haverford, PA 19041-1554
Office Phone: 610-658-8900
Fax: 610-658-8901
Licensed in Pennsylvania (Lic. No. RS210740L)

Philadelphia Mummers Parade 2012

December 24th, 2012

PHILADELPHIA, PA — The Philadelphia Mummers organization says, ” The Philadelphia Mummers Parade features unique costumes, music, and pageantry. Crowds line Broad St., from South Philadelphia straight through Center City. The climax of the parade takes place at City Hall and the PA Convention Center where the official judging takes place.

The parade itself is one of the longest running traditions in the country. The parade began in 1900 as an official event for the city, however the parade has been going on since the 1800′s as a way to celebrate the New Year. The parade itself is divided into five divisions.”

When: New Year’s Day, January 1, 2013 starting at 10 a.m.
Where: The Parade marches north up Broad Street to JFK Boulevard.


Philadelphia Counterfeit Check Ring

December 19th, 2012

PHILADELPHIA, PA — Agents from the Attorney General’s Organized Crime Section have arrested 10 Philadelphia residents accused of participating in an organization allegedly responsible for producing and cashing approximately $40,000 worth of counterfeit business checks.

Kelly said the checking account details for at least four businesses were allegedly copied and stolen by a former teller at a Sovereign Bank branch located in Dresher, Montgomery County, identified as Latosha Mabry, 25, of 2119 Anchor St., Philadelphia.

According to the criminal complaint, Mabry provided the stolen information to an individual known only by the nickname, “Beans,” who allegedly operated a counterfeit check scheme.

Other participants in the scheme allegedly opened personal bank accounts, deposited counterfeit checks into those accounts and then used ATM machines to withdraw cash, or allowed their bank cards to be used for cash withdrawals, before the fraud was discovered. In most cases the forged checks, were for amounts ranging from $3,000 to $5,500.

Kelly said that in at least one instance, Christopher Canty allegedly served as a recruiter and intermediary for the organization – approaching August Pauline about participating in the scheme and then purportedly arranging a meeting between Pauline and “Beans” in order to transfer a counterfeit check to be deposited and cashed.

Pauline allegedly drew others into the operation – contacting Tyisha Nixon about making money cashing counterfeit checks.

Others accused of depositing counterfeit checks as part of this scheme include Salahudin McDowell, Katrina Love, Tyisha Nixon, Latasha Buie, Terrance Joyner, Michael Bullins and Jesse Warren, all of Philadelphia. All were allegedly approached by various unnamed members of the organization with solicitations to participate in the scheme.

According to the criminal complaint, many of the participants were paid $300 to $400 in order to open bank accounts, deposit the counterfeit checks and then turn over their debit cards so that stolen funds could be withdrawn.

Kelly said that investigators have identified approximately $40,000 in transactions involving counterfeit checks that were cashed by members of this organization. Efforts to identify other participants and organizers of this scheme are ongoing.

The defendants will be prosecuted in Montgomery County by Chief Deputy Attorney General Erik L. Olsen of the Attorney General’s Organized Crime Section.

Kelly thanked the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office and Sovereign Bank for their cooperation and assistance with this ongoing investigation.

All of the defendants were taken into custody on Tuesday, December 18th and preliminarily arraigned before Ambler Magisterial District Judge Patricia Zaffarano.

The following is a list of the defendants who have been charged:

Latosha Denise Mabry, 25, 2119 Anchor St., Philadelphia.

Christopher Canty, 30, 5427 Master St., Philadelphia.

August Pauline, 35, 4600 Fairmount Ave., Philadelphia.

Tyisha Nixon, 19, 3820 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia.

Salahudin McDowell, 35, 1936 W. Ontario St., Philadelphia.

Katrina Love, 38, 1217 W. Cumberland St., Philadelphia.

Latasha Buie, 35, 2129 E. Birch St., Philadelphia.

Terrance Joyner, 19, 6223 Webster St., Philadelphia.

Michael Bullins, 35, 3744 N. Bouvier St., Philadelphia.

Jesse Warren, 26, 5313 Upland St., Philadelphia (currently incarcerated on unrelated charges).

Each of the defendants has been charged with forgery, which is a second-degree felony punishable by up to ten years in prison and a $15,000 fine.

Additionally, the defendants are all charged with theft by unlawful taking, theft by deception, receiving stolen property, identify theft and criminal conspiracy, all third-degree felonies which are each punishable by up to seven years in prison and $15,000 fines.

They are also charged with bad checks, a first-degree misdemeanor punishable by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine, along with securing documents by deception, a second-degree misdemeanor punishable by up to two years in prison and a $5,000 fine.

(A person charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty.)


Latosha Denise Mabry


Christopher Canty


August Pauline


Tyisha Nixon


Salahudin McDowell


Katrina Love


Latasha Buie


Terrance Joyner


Michael Bullins


Jesse Warren

Philadelphia Area Businesses and Charities

December 18th, 2012

Horse Drawn Carriage Rides in Center City Philadelphia
Golf Tournament Planning – Apparel, Awards, Gifts, Logoed Items
Underwater World
Council Rock Basketball Association

The “Heart of Art” Gallery
Mega Epix Enormous
Philosophical Fertilizer (Win prizes!)

Sidd’s Science Center

Ambler Green A Feast to Benefit Humankind
Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association
Join the Conservancy of Montgomery County
Roxborough Manayunk Wissahickon Historical Society

Logo Awards, Employee Gifts, Corporate Branding
Global Food & Water
Business & Finance Index
Berry Management Consultancy
Staley Electric Supply
Exceptional Meeting Facilities
Business Ledger
Endless Mountain Fieldstone Supply
Independent Sealing Company
Swimming Pool Water Quality Control
Quality Gasket Company
Gasket Solutions
Anchor Gasket Company
Aerofeed Ltd. – Media and Electronics Manufacturing Storage
Sharpe Marketing Concepts – Corporate Gifts, Employee Awards, Logoed Items
Weaver Partners, Inc. – Management Advisers & Implementors

The Shrine of Saint John Neumann
11th Hour Ministries
“Speaking About Depression” – One Family’s story of Pain and Healing

Construction, Contractors, Home Improvement, Outdoor Living, Building Management

Michael Anthony Homes – New Home Builders in Southeastern PA
Back to Nature – Custom Decks, Patios, and Porches
Cavallari Custom Carpentry – Kitchen and Bath Design/Build, Cabinet Makers
Knock on Wood Construction – Composite Decks and Pool Decks – Lehigh Valley PA
GBR Construction – Historic Preservations and Restorations, Professional Office Renovations, Retail and Restaurant Remodeling
Peachtree Decks and Porches – Composite Decks, Screened In Porches – Atlanta Georgia
Egress Systems, Inc. – Basement Egress Windows and Bilco Doors
Pavescaper – Hardscaping, Landscaping, Excavation
Sweetwater Deck, Inc. – Decks, Porches, Screened Rooms – Knoxville, TN
Rolling Ridge Deck Company – Deck Builders in Colorado
Decks R Us Elite, LLC – Decks Lehigh Valley, PA
Apple Roofing Company – Philadelphia Roofers
Macintosh Construction Company – Philadelphia General Contractors
Painting & Finishes – Philadelphia and Montgomery County PA
Sawdust, LTD – Decks and Pergolas Tulsa OK
Deck Designs – Deck Builders in Colorado
Joe The Handyman – Main Line Contractors



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Sandy Hook Vigil

December 17th, 2012

The Chester County Commissioner’s Office that there will be a vigil Tuesday night on the West Chester Courthouse steps for the Sandy Hook victims.

New Home Builders in Delaware and Pennsylvania

December 14th, 2012

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“What matters to us most at Marra Homes is not how many homes we build but how well each home is built, and how satisfied our owners are with their homes.”

Over the past twenty years, Joseph Marra has brought excellence in architectural design and quality construction unequaled in the Delaware area. The key to the company’s success has been its uncompromising demand for quality and value in it’s finished product. In the quality of materials used, the highest levels of construction standards apply, with attention to customer satisfaction, you are assured of lasting value in your Marra home.

Greenville Point – Wilmington DE 19808
A 55+ Plus Community, Townhomes with First Floor Master Suites – Now Selling from $379,900!

Marra Landing – Wilmington, DE
Now Selling – From $339,900

306 Ohio Avenue, Wilmington, DE 19808
SPRING 2012 – $349,900

Hill Road – City of Wilmington, DE 19806
Build to Suit Custom Home

906 Brandywine Boulevard
Bellefonte, DE 19809
- Mixed Use Building Lot
Priced at $299,900

New Home Construction Communities

December 13th, 2012

New Developments in Bucks County, Chester County, Montgomery County, PA
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Active Adult 55+ New Home Communities in Montgomery County PaActive Adult 55+ New Home Communities in Montgomery County Pa 

The Reserve at Gwynedd
Upper Gwynedd Township
Montgomery County, PA
Active Adult 55+ Community
Luxury Manor Homes
- Priced from the Low $500′s
- 18 Detached Homes, 12 Attached HomesLuxury Carriage Homes
- Priced from the Low $400′s
- 29 Lots

Community Clubhouse
- Approximately 8,000 Sq. Ft.
- Billiards Room
- Arts and Crafts Room
- Lounge Area and More!

Sports Pavilion
- Approximately 8,000 Sq. Ft.
- Indoor Pool
- Outdoor Pool
- Fitness Center and More!

Homeowner’s Association with Monthly Fee

Top: The Wharton Model
Bottom: The Fulton and Hillcrest Models
Builder: Del Webb
New Home Communities near Skippack, PA
Skippack Township
Montgomery County, PA
Luxury Estate Homes
- 22 Premium Lots – 1 to 1.6 acres
- 8 Models from 2,969 to 4,500 Sq. Ft.
- Starting in the high $500′s
- 4 Bedrooms, 2 1/2 or 3 1/2 baths
- 2 Car Garages
- Located in Beautiful Skippack Township
- Convenient to Blue Bell, Norristown and King of Prussia.
The Skippack Model
Builder: Gigliotti Group
New Home Communities in Bucks County Pa
Estates at Warrington Ridge
Warrington Township
Bucks County, PA
Luxury Estate Homes
- 164 Lots – 1/3 to 1/2 acres
- 7 Models from 2,986 to 3,182 Sq. Ft.
- Starting in the low $500′s
- 4 Bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths
- 2 Car Garages
- Located in Warrington Township
Sterling Provincial
Builder: David Cutler Group
New Home Communities in Bucks County Pa
Heritage Hunt
Warrington Township
Bucks County, PA
Luxury Estate Homes
- 36 Lots – 1 Acre + home sites
- 7 Models from 3,081 to 5,047 Sq. Ft.
- Starting in the low $600′s
- 4 Bedrooms, 2 1/2, 3 1/2 or 4 Full/2 half baths
- 3 Car Garages
- Located in Skippack, Montgomery County, PA – Close to historic Skippack Village and minutes away from routes 29, 113, 73 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Roosevelt Manor
Builder: Heritage Building Group