How a stop sign named Stoppy that gets 'knocked over constantly' became a beacon of resiliency
Don and Cate Milley stand next to Stoppy. "It symbolizes what I'm going through.... When you get knocked over you can get back up again, " Cate Milley said of Stoppy. - Yong Kim/TNS

PHILADELPHIA — On a busy road in the far reaches of a Cheltenham shopping center, positioned precariously close to the loading dock of a Target store, stands a lone stop sign named Stoppy. Well, on good days it's standing. But most days are not good days for Stoppy, who routinely gets struck, bent, and toppled by passing big rigs and cars. Estimates for how many blows Stoppy has suffered over the last decade range from 50 to 70. "If you recall wondering just how many hits to the face Rocky's gonna take before the music starts ... we're in that neighborhood," Cheltenham resident James Montgomer...