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Congratulations to these Northeast Philly scholars

The Iannuzzi family of Doylestown celebrates the graduation of Philip A. Iannuzzi Jr., who earned his Doctor of Education in educational leadership from Delaware Valley University. Iannuzzi is a graduate of Archbishop Ryan High...

Mouse and Carlo will quietly win your heart

Mouse is 35 pounds and about a year old. She is spayed and chipped, and has finished a two-week board and train. She has good leash manners now but needs someone who will continue...

Around Town

Maternity BVM holding school registration Maternity BVM Catholic School, 9322 Old Bustleton Ave., is accepting new students for the 2020-21 academic year. New students can come on Tuesday, June 23, or Wednesday, June 24, from 9...

Bustleton Post Office employees make big donation to feed the needy

Employees of Bustleton Post Office look forward every year to the National Association of Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive, which takes place on the second Saturday in May. The coronavirus pandemic forced postponement...

Northeast Philly sees first Black Lives Matter protest

Enough is enough for Melissa Robbins, a civil rights activist who lives in Fox Chase, and about 250 others who gathered at the Five Points section of Burholme last Tuesday. Robbins and other speakers...

Philadelphia Dairy milkmen bringing back home deliveries

Erin Clancy-Carfagno works in administration in her dad’s ice cream and dairy distribution businesses, and heard recently from a Merion Station doctor who was working from home doing telehealth and caring for his four...

COVID cases dropping in Philly

The city, as of Tuesday, reported 24,591 confirmed coronavirus cases. An interactive map of cases broken down by ZIP code can be found at phila.gov. There have been a total of 1,495 deaths in the city....

Police need help in Frankford business break-in

Northeast Detective Division is looking for the suspects who broke into a business at 4701 Frankford Ave. on June 1, at about 1 a.m. That was about the same time of the widespread rioting and...

Fire marshal still investigating Somerton fire

  The Fire Department’s first marshal’s office continues to investigate the cause of a fire on the 15100 block of Beverly Drive in Somerton. One possibility is utility lines. Firefighters responded to the blaze at around 3:30...

Congratulations to these Northeast scholars

Kevin Charyszyn, a senior majoring in financial information and analysis, was named a Presidential Scholar for the spring 2020 semester at Clarkson University (New York). Presidential Scholars must achieve a minimum 3.80 grade-point average...
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