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St. Hubert’s Dance-a-rama raised $11,000

Students at St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls recently danced for six consecutive hours – and raised more than $11,000 while doing it. The school’s third annual Dance-a-rama was its biggest yet, running from...

Friends of Pennypack Park goes dormant

A clearing in Pennypack Park that often serves as a makeshift party site for drinkers was littered with remnants of a St. Patrick’s Day celebration from over the weekend – beer cans and cases,...

Local ShopRite employees earn spot on cereal box

Normally, to get on a cereal box, you have to be an athlete, celebrity or cartoon character. Patricia Casee and Valerie Condran are none of the above. The longtime ShopRite employees earned their place on...

Frankford design business wins best in show at Flower Show

This year’s show-winning exhibit at the Philadelphia Flower Show may have showcased the beauty of Cinque Terra in Italy, but it started in Northeast Philadelphia and grew to be a globe-spanning effort. Schaffer Designs, based...

Philadelphia Academy bringing “Footloose” to KleinLife stage

Anthony Desher has spent countless hours singing and dancing. The 11th-grader at Philadelphia Academy Charter High School has recently been rehearsing nearly every day for his role in “Footloose: The Musical.”  He’s playing Ren McCormack, who’s...

Down to a science

One club at Nazareth Academy Grade School is giving students hands-on experience with projects such as designing and building bridge models, building LEGOs and even making pickles. The Science Olympiad Team has given 22 sixth-...

Orleans hosts job fair in growing markets

Marquis Dodd was just about to embark down a new career path at Orleans Technical College when a gunshot to the stomach halted his dreams. He was a week into classes when the wound...

The most important drive

David Sichel was in Yardley when he got a call for his next ride. The passenger was at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Center City, standing outside with no coat in late-night freezing weather,...

Burholme residents direct play about abortion

When playwright Jane Martin first wrote Keely and Du in 1994, the issue of abortion was one of the most divisive political issues in the country. That’s still true all these years later, said Burholme...

Volunteers prepare 600 meals for homebound seniors

Preparing a meal for someone is often seen as an act of love, so when volunteers gathered last week to prepare more than 600, it showed they were truly passionate about helping those in...
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