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Speed cameras have officially begun going up along Roosevelt Boulevard.

Pownall case could lead to changed in police use-of-force laws

A recent development in the case involving former police officer Ryan Pownall could have effects far beyond his murder trial and potentially reshape laws outlining when officers are allowed to use deadly force. Pownall’s trial,...

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,...

Funeral on Wednesday for Marie Gallagher, educator at Little Flower and St. Hubert

A viewing and funeral Mass are scheduled for Wednesday for Marie Gallagher, a prominent educator whose career included stints at Little Flower and St. Hubert high schools. She was 72 and lived in Cherry...

Bag sale at Classroom Thrift Shop

The women of Temple Menorah Keneseth Chai, 4301 Tyson Ave., are sponsoring a bag sale through Friday, Jan. 24. Customers can fill a bag of clothing for $6. Weekday hours are 10 a.m. to 2...

Funeral on Wednesday for Marie Gallagher, educator at Little Flower and St. Hubert

A viewing and funeral Mass are scheduled for Wednesday for Marie Gallagher, a prominent educator whose career included stints at Little Flower and St. Hubert high schools. She was 72 and lived in Cherry...

Weight Watchers donates to police, fire charity

Weight Watchers of Philadelphia Inc. recently recognized and honored the greatest individual department losers in the 33rd Battle of the Badges weight-loss competition between the Philadelphia Police and Fire departments. The police won this year’s...

7th PDAC recognizes Officers Mitchell, Whitehouse

The 7th Police District Advisory Council honored Officers Sherrelle Mitchell and Jon Whitehouse as Officers of the Month for November. ••

Wonder women

An upcoming benefit organized by a group of young girls has already raised more than $36,000 to help cancer patients.

Calendar of Events: Jan. 9-16

Thursday, Jan. 9 EVENTS Adult Education Congregations of Shaare Shamayim, 9768 Verree Road. Class led by Rabbi Reuben Israel Abraham. 8-9 p.m. 215-677-1600. Afternoon Artists at the Tacony LAB Community Arts Center 2 to 4:30 p.m. Free....
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