Q: I am moving to New Jersey, but I decided to keep my house in Crispin Gardens and rent it out. I figure I can make some extra money while I wait for the house prices to come up. What do I need to do to be a legal landlord?
A: That sounds like a smart idea if you are willing to take on the added responsibility.
Among others, here are five very important items you’ll need, or need to do, to be a landlord: continue reading »
Here’s a summary of the week’s Northeast news we didn’t cover. See others here.
Actor Tony Danza’s stint as a teacher at Northeast High school for the 09-10 school year is the subject of the new A&E show, Teach: Tony Danza, which premieres tomorrow. You can read an early review of the series here.
Keep reading for news on a doctor under fire for illegal sales of prescription drugs, an update on Friends Hospital, and more.
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A Somerton Spartans player pitches a fastball during an NEPL game. Photo by Laura D'Alfonso.
Kids who play baseball and softball in the Northeast Peanut League were forced to stop for one week–not just because some of them were acting out of line–but their parents and coaches were as well. The league’s president, Frank Connelly, gave the executive order to quell the disorderly behavior.
“Prior to the beginning of May is our first half of the season. During that time, we were averaging about three ejections a night from both softball and baseball side,” said Connelly, who enforced the shut down in late May.
The reasons for ejection included the children spewing foul language toward umpires and each other, throwing equipment and arguing calls by parents and coaches to the point where it became inappropriate. continue reading »
By Shannon McDonald
Here’s a list of what happened around the NEast this week, in case you missed it.
Greg Wade, Northeast resident and former president of the Philadelphia Home and School Council, pleaded guilty Tuesday to four counts of felony theft. Wade forged 145 checks for his personal expenses, including a new car. He agreed to pay a minimum of $115,000 in restitution, and still faces up to 28 years in prison. Sentencing is Aug. 17.
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