Northeast Times

Story Archive December 11 2013

Solomon makes House candidacy official

Jared Solomon said he is running for the state legislature, in part, to improve the look of the Castor, Bustleton and Rising Sun avenue commercial corridors.


Dog & Bull: Bringing craft beer to nearby Croydon

You could go all the way down to Center City, fighting traffic, lack of parking and high prices, to drink craft beer and eat freshly cooked food while listening to great live music in an intimate atmosphere. 


Local students present a musical revue Dec. 13 at Kimmel Center

This Friday evening, Dec. 13, youthful talent will be on display at the Kimmel Center.


Wrestling has a hold on Morrell Park native

Steve O’Neill has always been a huge fan of professional wrestling.


Community fund puts hope in the holidays

It’s just two weeks until Christmas, and families are making plans for big dinner celebrations. Kids can’t wait to find out what Santa Claus will leave under their trees.


Huntingdon Valley Camera Club lets local enthusiasts practice their craft

The lights are low in an upstairs room at the Huntingdon Valley Library on Red Lion Road. 


Council overrides mayor’s med zone veto

Last Thursday, Mayor Michael Nutter vetoed a bill that would require zoning variances for medical offices and drug-treatment facilities in the Northeast’s 6th and 10th councilmanic districts.


Recycle old appliances

PECO customers have recycled more than 35,000 energy-guzzling refrigerators and freezers through PECO Smart Appliance Recycling, helping the state of Pennsylvania reach a total of 200,000 recycled appliances during the last five years, the utility announced recently


Burholme residents learn hands-on CPR

Tim Hinchcliff, managing director at Burholme Emergency Medical Services, recently explained the importance of knowing hands-on cardiopulmonary resuscitation when an individual has collapsed suddenly.


Letters to the Editor: December 11, 2013

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