Police still have no arrests
in 2 weekend slayings
Anthony Montalvo, 18, of Ontario Street near H, Kensington, died Saturday at Temple University Hospital 20 minutes after
being shot once in the chest at 11:27 p.m. Saturday at 4th and Cumberland streets.
In another shooting, a 26-year-old man who was shot about 1:30 a.m. Saturday at 16th and McKean streets, South Philadelphia, died shortly afterward at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
Gregory Powell, of Colorado Street near Wharton, died of a single gunshot wound to the chest, police said. There have been no arrests in either case.
Teen dies in crash
A fatal early-morning crash on Saturday took the life of a teenager after his vehicle struck an apartment building in the Northeast.
Albert Mascutchini, 17, of Murty Lane near Foster Street, Bustleton, was traveling east on Red Lion Road near Sandmeyer Lane about 4 a.m. when he lost control of his vehicle and it struck a tree and an apartment building. Mascutchini was ejected from the rear window of his vehicle and was later pronounced dead at Frankford-Torresdale Hospital.
Cardinal Foley's Mass
Newly created Cardinal John P. Foley will celebrate Mass at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Cathedral Basilica of Ss. Peter and Paul. Cardinal Justin Rigali, archbishop of Philadelphia, will be the homilist.
Foley, a native of Darby, was elevated to cardinal by Pope Benedict XVI in St. Peter's Basilcia in Rome on Nov. 24. He will greet well-wishers after the Mass.
Bucks college to expand
Bucks County Community College is expanding its campus in the northern end of the county to accommodate a jump in enrollment.
The campus in East Rockhill opened in 1999 to offer students opportunities closer to home than the main campus 25 miles away in Newtown Township.
Eight years later, enrollment at the upper-county campus has jumped from 371 students to 825. So the college is responding with plans for a $13 million expansion.
Party gets judge suspended
Lower Southampton District Judge Susan McEwen says she has been "indefinitely suspended" from her post after her 18-year-old grandson held an underage drinking party at the judge's house on Nov. 20 while she was home.