Northeast Times

Story Archive October 10 2012



A lesson in history

— Abraham Lincoln High School students score a glimpse into government, thanks to the National Constitution Center's traveling history and civics program.


Her own true Love Story

— A play of passion awaits hopeless romantics at the Walnut Street Theatre.



Saving his memory

Mike Kenna was a lot of things.


Coyle in full bloom on Little Flower soccer field

If a physical ailment should befall an opponent during a Little Flower soccer game, Ursula Coyle won’t be able to help. Not yet, at least.


Bum knee can’t slow down Frankford QB

Born and raised in the Frankford section of Philadelphia, Tim DiGiorgio started playing football at the age of 5 for the Oxford Circle Raiders. But until August 2011, nobody really knew who he was; DiGiorgio quickly changed all that. 


Port Richmond landlord could face jail time

The so-called “Slumlord Millionaire” faces jail-time after pleading guilty to loan fraud.


River Ward events for the week of October 10

Stay on top of all the events happening in your community with our “Around the Neighborhoods” guide.