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Frankford residents rally for peace on MLK Day

On a frigid Martin Luther King Jr. Day, community leaders, neighbors and representatives from various churches gathered to rally for peace at Griscom and Arrott streets in Frankford, steps away from a makeshift memorial...

Food for the soul

Ray Miller, owner of Head Artist Unisex Salon, is opening SoulFood Artist eatery right across the street to bring a new culture of food to the area.

Swift nets milestone win; Ryan clinches first

Jon Swift didn’t always love wrestling. But he certainly loved it on Wednesday night. Swift is a senior 152-pound wrestler at Archbishop Ryan High School who was around the program long before he enrolled in the...

DiVergilis learned a lot at Wood

A stress fracture in your foot isn’t typically a great way to start training camp. It actually worked out well for Ryan DiVergilis. DiVergilis is a senior at Archbishop Wood High School, and right after the...

Candid camera

Speed cameras have officially begun going up along Roosevelt Boulevard.

Cintioli leaves musical legacy

Benito “Benny” Cintioli, of Langhorne, a beloved store owner who helped many in Northeast Philadelphia discover their passion for music, died of congestive heart failure Jan. 5 at 85.  Cintioli was known for his generosity,...

It’s grand to be Ireland

  Ireland Smith never cared so much about scoring. Smith is the senior franchise player on the George Washington High School girls basketball team and has been the starting point guard on the team since she...

Man killed after shootout with police in Frankford

A man is dead after he allegedly barricaded himself inside his house Thursday afternoon and fired at police in Frankford. Three state parole officers went to the 4600 block of Hawthorne Street just after 1...

Carter shares milestone with teammates, family

  Kait Carter might not have been the first in her family. And she might not have been the first on her team. All that does is give her more to celebrate. Carter is a senior on the...

A tasty endeavor

Ronak Pandya, 19, opened the first HNT Chicken in the United States near Philadelphia Mills, and he hopes to open 100 more by next year.
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