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Changing the landscape for community cats

By Isabella DiAmore Northeast Times The city of Philadelphia and the state of New Jersey have more than 1 million stray and feral cats roaming the community, and due to COVID shutdowns, the number of strays...

Ryan grad taking part in Summer Music Fest

Bristol Riverside Theatre veteran Sean Thompson, a Mayfair native and Archbishop Ryan High School graduate, is thrilled to once again perform in front of a live audience as part of the annual Summer Music...

Local teacher uses pageant win to raise awareness of disease

By Kevin Callahan Northeast native Sarah Campbell was recently crowned Mrs. New Jersey International 2021, an honor she said “has been a longtime goal that I’ve finally accomplished.” The coveted achievement comes with acknowledgment of what...

After long wait, ribbon finally cut at Frank McArdle playground

Elsie Stevens waited 10 years for this day. Then the president of the Holme Circle Civic Association, Stevens began reaching out to the community and city officials to garner interest in reinvigorating Frank McArdle Playground,...

Mayfair man authors novel that’s ‘Bad to the Bone’

Mayfair resident John Lahm has published a novel, Bad to the Bone, about the arrival of a new species of shark that developed due to human medical waste seeping down through the Florida rock...

Empowering Cuts, a mobile barbershop, ready to go

For years, Joshua Santiago dreamed about opening a fully-fledged barber shop in the back of an RV so he can take his services to his clients. The Mayfair resident has driven around Philadelphia and...

The show will go on at MaST

The MaST Community Charter School drama club was less than a week away from presenting The Wizard of Oz last year when the coronavirus shut down all activities. That meant no Oz and no after-party. “It...

Will Rodebaugh, a proud Manor College grad

Will Rodebaugh spent a few years at Cedar Grove Christian Academy, though most of his schooling was at home and online until graduating high school in 2017 from Keystone School. Rodebaugh, a Northwood resident who...

Yarn bombing on Longshore

The Tacony LAB Community Arts Center, 6918 Torresdale Ave., on Saturday welcomed people to visit and learn more about its recent “yarn bombing.” During the month-long effort, artist Lucia Alber, of Vox Populi, 319 N....

Lawncrest native named Alumna of the Year at Milton Hershey

Growing up in a corner rowhouse with no yard in Lawncrest, Christine Cook always enjoyed drives out to Hershey to visit her older brother Tom on weekends. Tom was a student at Milton Hershey...
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