Northeast Times

Story Archive July 02 2013

Detectives name Northeast’s most wanted

The Philadelphia Police Department’s Northeast Detectives Division is seeking the public’s help in locating the following most-wanted suspects in connection with crimes in the Northeast:


Editorial: Made up math

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Final farewell

Three Northeast churches have their last Masses. 


Fun in the sun

Wet and wild: The 3000 block of Robbins Ave. in Lower Mayfair was closed for a block party on June 22. 


Headed to the big times

Archbishop Ryan graduate Nick Ferdinand is drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies.


I-95 Cottman work should be done in 2016

Tired of ongoing I-95 construction? Get used to it.


Judge won’t cut time in child molestation case

A Philadelphia judge has refused to reduce lengthy prison terms given to a priest and former school teacher who were convicted of molesting a Northeast altar boy. 


Lawncrest celebrates 4th of July with parade, festivities

The 98th annual Lawncrest 4th of July celebration is set for Thursday.


Leadership changes at Frankford CDC, EPIC

Attorney Kimberly Washington, whom many Frankford residents know as the coordinator for CORA Services Northeast EPIC Stakeholders, is the new executive director of the Frankford Community Development Corporation.


Letters to the Editor (July 3, 2013)

Methadone clinics are bad news