Entirely local issue, long, lots of quotes, extraordinarily badly posed photographs, this has everything:
The daily commute to work is an essential part of the day for many residents in the city of Philadelphia, but for some, this may not be an easy feat.
Timothy Worstall, a Northeast Philadelphia resident, has to walk past the Somerton Regional Rail station along Station Road at least once per day to complete his daily errands.
Worstall has cerebral palsy, which impairs his mobility. The lack of sidewalks makes approaching and walking by the station dangerous for pedestrians.
Just for the avoidance of doubt no, that’s a different, another, Timothy Worstall.
For some reason or another there’s my immediate family only in the UK with the name and then an – entirely unrelated as far as I know – cluster of some hundreds in Ohio and Pennsylvania.