Here’s a summary of the week’s Northeast news we didn’t cover. See others here.
Bail has been set for the three adults charged with the murder of 57-year-old Lyudmila Burshteyn, whose body was found in the woods in New Jersey earlier this month. One suspect’s bail is set at $2 million, and the other men’s bails are set at $1 million each.
Continue reading for a ruling in the Valley Swim Club case, an update in the Hero Thrill Show and more.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ruled earlier this week that employees at Valley Swim Club discriminated against campers from Carnell Elementary School when they denied the children entrance in June. The Montgomery County club will have to pay a $50,000 civil penalty to the state government, in addition to reimbursing some of the parents for legal fees.
The Hero Thrill Show, an annual Philadelphia Police Department event, is rescheduled for tomorrow, after being canceled due to inclement weather last weekend. The event, which features many family-fun activities, is designed to raise money to fund the educations of fallen police officers’ children.
Happy 75th anniversary to the Northeast Times, which began as the Mayfair Times in 1934, and has been serving the Northeast ever since.
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