Mothers are accused of murder after the shooting of children; The Special Olympics are on the way again; 76ers hope to maintain momentum in Miami

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Charges against Bucks County mother accused of shooting at sons escalate into first-degree murder after boys’ livelihoods cut off

Charges against a Bucks County woman accused of shooting her two sons have been raised to first-degree murder after the boys’ deaths, officials said. Trin T. Nguyen, 38, has been in custody since May 2, when she allegedly shot 13-year-old Jeffrey Tinney and 9-year-old Nelson Tinny in their beds at their home in Upper McField and tried to shoot a neighbor. The boys were kept on life support devices at the Philadelphia Children’s Hospital so that their organs could be transferred. On Friday, they were pronounced dead.

Return to the track: the SOMC regional meeting is headed to the start

When COVID-19 struck in 2020, one of the many victims was the annual Montgomery County Athletics Regional Athletics Meeting at Plymouth Whitmarsh High School. Fortunately, the competition is back. And on May 15, more than 100 athletes will return to the PW sports grounds to test their physical fitness in matches that will begin at 8:45 a.m. with a 3,000-meter run. The event, co-hosted by Conshohocken AMBUCS as part of the Special Athletics Programs (ASAP) and the Springfield Rotary Club, is free and open to the public.

A man from Limerick was sent to prison for raping a minor girl

A man from the town of Limerick faces up to ten years in prison for raping a minor girl during a party they attended at the Lower Pottsgrove residence. 22-year-old Zachary Hunter Daniels of the 100th Quarter Laura Lane was sentenced in a Montgomery County court to 5-10 years in prison at a state penitentiary after he pleaded guilty to child rape and indecent assault without consent. with an incident that occurred in September 2019 at a residence along Princeton Avenue in Lower Potsgrove.

The East Pikeland man was found guilty of the woman’s death

A Chester County jury has found a man from East Picland guilty of third-degree murder in the death of his girlfriend. A panel of six men and six women returned with a verdict on Friday to the courtroom of Judge Analysis Sondergard after four days of testimony, including defendant Mark Turner, who admitted to hitting a woman, 45-year-old Rachel Jaeger, after suspecting her. about betraying him with another man.

The Upper Darby Council is discussing allocating some funds to the US Federal Rescue Plan

At a meeting on May 4, members of the Upper Darby Council discussed the release of part of the US Federal Rescue Plan from the pandemic. Although the council did not agree to allocate full APRA funding of $ 14 million until the completion of a council-authorized investigation into how part of the money was accounted for earlier this year, Vice President Laura Wentz, D-At-Arge, reported Finance and Appropriations Committee wants to allocate part of the funds.


J.T. Realmouth of Philadelphia Phyllis scores in RBI singles match Bryce Harper during the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Seattle Mariners, on Monday, May 9, 2022, in Seattle. (AP Photo / Ted S. Warren)

Segura, Hoskins Homer early, Phyllis beat the Sailors 9-0

After a challenging stretch of games, mostly filled with setbacks and one unimaginable defeat, Philadelphia Phyllis needed a relaxed evening on the football field. Jean Segura and Rhys Hoskins held home runs in the second inning, Ranger Suarez threw six strong innings, and Phyllis won 9-0 over the Seattle Mariners on Monday night. “Coming here and striking the first blow is something. We will try to use this impulse in the next couple of days, ”Hoskins said.

Returning to full strength, the Sixers are returning to Miami in full

When they collected their belongings last Wednesday and left the honor for the charter house, the Sixers had no confidence they would return to Miami soon. At that time, craters were shooting at the faces of their center and outside. They lagged far behind in the competition from first to four, losing by falling into a historically catastrophic hole in the series. They were going to face a home audience known for occasional bouts of discontent. They were trembling, shaky and exhausted.

The Union is reserving to get playing time in the US Open Cup

Jim Curtin for several weeks complained about his inability to attract in the game the reserves of the Union, which trained at a level worthy of minutes. This task is always designed as getting these players the minutes they have earned. The U.S. Open on Tuesday is the day he plans to fix it. The Philadelphia Union will meet Orlando City on Tuesday night (19:00, ESPN +) in the fourth round of the Open Cup, returning after a two-year break at COVID. Thanks to a combination of necessity and merit, the team will look completely different from the one that brought the Union to the top of the Eastern Conference.


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