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George Washington remembers gun violence victim

Standing in front of the 1,400-student body of George Washington High School in the school’s blue and yellow auditorium, Bob Knight made a heartfelt plea. “If you feel you have no one to talk to,...

Owners still waiting on fire-damaged Somerton condo building

Victoria Borodyansky considers it a “moving target.” She and other residents of a fire-damaged building at Carousel Station Condominiums in Somerton were told in March 2019 they would be able to move back into their...

Budd hits the right notes, shots for Little Flower

Most teams have songs they like to warm up to. The Little Flower High School basketball team has a very unconventional one. The national anthem. And it’s not piped in through the loudspeakers or from...

Verello makes the right call at Ryan

Luca Verello has probably had a call go against her when it shouldn’t have. But you’ll never hear her complain. Verello, a junior at Archbishop Ryan High School, plays soccer, basketball and lacrosse for the...

UPS opening distribution center on Red Lion Road

Package delivery giant UPS is officially moving into the former Budd Plant site at 1 Red Lion Road, the company announced. Residents of Bustleton and Somerton have been speculating what could be coming to the...

Comas shows toughness, discipline at Judge

The start of high school can be hard enough. But it could be even harder if everyone knows you before you arrive. That’s exactly how it was for Matt Comas. Now a senior at Father Judge...

Feelings, thoughts, fantasies and fears

When Sheila Fox spent two months in the hospital after a near-fatal bout with sepsis in 2017, she documented her journey through art. She went in for an operation on her right knee that...

Archbishop Ryan mourns loss of Pat Carlo

Patricia Carlo, of Bensalem, an English teacher who made an impact on generations of students during her 47-year career at Archbishop Ryan High School, died of lung cancer Jan. 28 at Jefferson Torresdale Hospital...

Judge wrestling continues winning tradition

They had the perfect guy. He just couldn’t do it. At least not at the time. When Father Judge High School decided to add a wrestling program, they immediately turned to math teacher Jim Savage to...

Leaving behind a legacy

A retirement party was held last week for Kathy Mulray, director of Community College of Philadelphia’s Northeast Regional Center for 15 years. She looked back on her accomplishments and connections made.
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