Makeda Jahnesta Marley
September 8, 2010 by Post Team
Makeda Jahnesta Marley, A few months after it was scheduled to begin, it seems that Clark Park renovations are reality. Before you freak out: Only half of Clark Park will be closed (“Park A”) and re-open bright and again in November. In addition, the Uhuru Flea Market will be held in the other half still open (“Park B”) and the Clark Park Farmers’ Market will be held as scheduled in its usual location, now crushed against the fence wire wrapped around the park.  Daily Pennsylvanian
CHERRY HILL: Across the Delaware River, the rats have mounted an attack on a suburb of Cherry Hill. The swarms of rats have begun a migration disgusting “unusual” (read: surprise attack) and are emerging “in alarming numbers.” The town will begin its scorched-earth counter-destruction as soon as the Health Department gives approval. [NBC Philadelphia]
STRAWBERRY MANSION: A fire broke out around 2:30 am this morning in a house in the 2400 block of North 30th Street. The fire occurred just four blocks from a fire station, but the fire truck that had “golden place in the framework of a cost reduction measure. On the one hand, it is a little afraid that the Fire Department not can use more resources available to fight fires. In this case, however, arrived in time to save three teenagers and a girl three years old. Good job, the fire department. [CBS3]
WEST CHESTER: The daughter of Bob Marley, Marley Jahnesta Makeda, pleaded guilty yesterday to growing pot in his home in Caln. Surprising? No, not really. Given the inclination of his father on the grass, it is not surprising that even if all of the dozen or total marijuana plants in his house were for his own consumption.
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