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Why Jay Kelly Should Be Elected

I would like to let the residents of Glenolden and Norwood know the reasons why I am running to be their District Judge. I am a local guy having lived and raised my family in Norwood for over 25 years. I have dedicated my life to serving our communities as a police officer for over 30 years. I rose in the ranks in from Patrolman to Sergeant up to my current position of Chief of Police of Glenolden Borough. As both a resident and a law enforcement officer for over 3 decades, I know that Norwood and Glenolden are terrific towns with wonderful families, effective services, responsible governments, and a proud school district. Our families are rightfully proud of our communities. But in today’s world, we face many challenges. I know from personal experience that too many of our families have been shaken by the opioid epidemic. We have to be vigilant in the fight against crime committed by outsiders from places like Philadelphia. We also have quality-of-life issues like petty crime and vandalism that may appear to be minor in nature but have a large impact on our day to day lives.  Those are the issues that have to be handled here by our District Judge. Pennsylvania law does not require someone to be a lawyer in order to hold this position. I agree with that because, in...

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Kidney disease affects dogs and cats

By JeanneBennett Kidney disease, also commonly called “renal disease” or “renal failure,” can be quite common in companion animals and pets, especially as they get into their senior years. Kidney failure, when it strikes, will make itself known in one of two ways: it can appear suddenly and is often accompanied by very severe symptoms, or it can be chronic and slow to show its effects in cats and dogs. The severity of the onset of kidney disease is usually directly related to the underlying cause of the disease. The kidneys of dogs and cats are similar to all...

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What you need to know about being a foster parent for cats

By JeanneBennett Spirit staff Pet Advocate Now that our clocks are turned forward and despite what the thermometer says, spring is almost here and cat aficionados everywhere eagerly await the arrival of kittens. Like all other animals, it seems that every year when temperatures get warmer, kittens seem to come out of every backyard, shed or anywhere that the momma cat could find shelter. Many of these kittens unfortunately won’t make it to their first birthday. While a large number of pregnant cats have homes, there are quite a few who are homeless, have never been to a veterinarian...

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