Northeast Times

Story Archive August 03 2011

Pick 6 …

A couple of Lancaster County farmers are bringing fresh fruits and vegetables to Frankford.


Heiress of History

Having grown up in central New Jersey and lived the last two decades in Bethlehem, Pa., Meg Sharp Walton can rightly be considered a newcomer to the Far Northeast.


Port Richmond’s Searle playing in a familiar uniform

The Phillies RBI league is giving this a Kensington High grad a chance to play ball in some big league places.


Soul Cruisers kick off Friday night concerts, fireworks at Penn Treaty

More summer fun is planned for Penn Treaty Park with three Friday nights of music and fireworks at the waterfront park.


Kissling's, a Philly sauerkraut dynasty

The Kissling family has been making sauerkraut in Philly since before the Great Depression, and still cranks out millions of pounds annually from their Fishtown plant.


Not the same old story with 'Once Upon A Nation'

Local storytellers help to give Philly's deep history some extra drama and detail.


Guiding through 350 years of Jewish history

Inside the Museum of American Jewish History, Laurie Gottlieb stood in front of an unusual display — a full-scale covered wagon.


For Jackson, quirky works fine

All in all, her squeaky voice, gymnastic abilities, and her willingness to laugh at herself all contributed to Victoria Jackson’s career.


Tournaments to remember

Supporting a good cause or remembering a tragic loss, tournaments here are serious.


Hitting the big time

Kenny Searle scored a chance to travel the country and play a lot of baseball, thanks to the Phillies RBI Senior Team.