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Love story

Somerton resident Susan Love wrote a fantasy book for children. Now she is using her platform to reform the foster care system, having had a difficult experience herself as a child.

Heaven will wait

In many ways, Bensalem’s Dana Ritchie leads a pretty normal life. She is married to her loving husband Joe, whom she has co-managed a contracting company with for more than 20 years, and has...

Grave condition

S___UEL M. WETHER__. DIED _UNE 14, 18__. AGED 39 YEARS. The text on the gravestone was barely legible, long ago eroded and covered by greenish-brown algae and lichen. If the text were clear it would denote Samuel...

A helping hand

Kimberly Britt is trying to eliminate the phrase “What do you need?” from her vocabulary. When students at George Washington High School enter the Family Room, stocked with clothing and other household supplies, she wants...

Northeast vet releases children’s book

At 28, Pat White was working in the cosmetics department at the Roosevelt Mall Wanamaker’s and was talking to a recruiter about joining the U.S. Air Force. Then, a friend and co-worker, who was a...

Celebrating life through art

SawTown Tavern celebrated First Friday and Pride Month on June 7 with its featured artists.

Cancer Treatment Centers honors patients celebrating five years of life

Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia hosted its annual Celebrate Life event to honor patients who have survived cancer for five years.

Crazy cat community

The story of how a missing cat brought together an entire community and brought a self-described introverted person out of her shell.

Dreaming in color

Alice Owens, 80, of Wissinoming, has been painting almost her entire life, and her artwork is on display for the first time ever at Tacony LAB Community Arts Center.

Making a change

Fourth- through eighth-grade students showcased their research into social change subjects at the Young Heroes Impact Celebration.
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