1 VoteFix it! Voted!Fairview Ave Clifton Heights, PA 19018, USA - Clifton Heights
I live almost at the top of Fairivew... my bike was left out on the porch over night and was stolen right from under me... this person left their POS in exchange? Keep an eye out for a Giant Red/Burgundy/Silver Women's mountain bike.
3 VotesFix it! Voted!188 Glencoe Road Upper Darby, PA - Drexel Hill
There a is a tree opposite of 188 and 190 Glencoe road covering the tree bushes block the street light which causes the street get dark in night time, I reported this issue three weeks ago to the Upper Darby town ship, some one from the office said that they will contact the appropriate department who handle the trees . As of today this issue has not been resolved yet, because of the dark in the street my car broken two times and robbed everything from the car and many other neighbors had the same problem. So please cut the tree or trim the bushes around the light as soon as possible will be highly appreciated.
4 VotesFix it! Voted!514 S Old Middletown Rd Media, PA 19063, USA - US Congressional District PA7
Who steals Christmas Decorations?! 3 light up, animated reindeer were stolen off of our lawn on Saturday, December 3 only a couple of hours after they were set up. I'd like to see the Delco Times have a separate area to report stolen Christmas decorations. Although we are in Media, we're in Middletown Township. We do not have local police but State Troopers instead. They have bigger fish to fry than some decoration stealing thugs and it would be good to see where these jack @#$% are "hitting".
5 VotesFix it! Voted!860 Bennington Road Folcroft Pa - Folcroft
Run for you lives! There is a monstrous car-eating pothole in the alleyway of Bennington Road on the Taylor Drive side. This pothole makes it impossible to drive through the alley with all four tires still intact. Don't be alarmed, as there is usually ample space in the driveways in front of this beast to navigate around it. However, during times of snow build-up, it is impossible to see the pothole to drive around it. As a side not, reports of stolen trashcans in the area can be attributed to curious passersby tossing them in to gauge the depth of the crater.