Northeast Times

Story Archive January 04 2012

Full of cheer

Senior citizens at the Riverview Home look forward to visits of Lincoln High School students.





Search is on for a 'spokesdog' in Northern Liberties

The Philadelphia Water Department is looking for local dogs with show-biz flair to help promote its campaign to reduce water pollution across the city.


2011 in the riverwards

2011 was a big year for the City of Philadelphia. These are the stories that made the most impact locally.


What's your 'New Beers' resolution for 2012?

In this installment of Think Beer, Drink Beer, Tim looks at time honored favorites at the tap, and asks readers if it's time to try something new.


The camp under I-95 is gone, what's next?

In this week's Riverward Rant, Joe looks at the plight of the homeless locally, and notes that the problem isn't going away any time soon.


Gault: Paramedic moves are a matter of spite

As a new year begins, the vast majority of Philadelphia Fire Department paramedics will be seeing a change of scenery, according to the head of the city’s firefighters and medics union.


Kenzo native's museum displays his need for speed

Dr. Frederick Simeone has been collecting sports cars since he was 16 years old. He founded the Simeone Foundation Racing Museum - at 6825-31 Norwitch Drive - in 2008 to display his collection.