Northeast Times

Story Archive July 10 2013

A big bang

An alleged copper thief is accused of causing a blast that reduced a home to a pile of rubble.

‘Every child deserves to be loved’

El Concilio, a River Wards-based family care service agency, hosts a quarterly panel for foster parents. The organization will soon expand even further, into Bridesburg.

Freedom rings

Lawncrest celebrates: Neighborhood residents flocked to Rising Sun Avenue in the annual Lawncrest 4th of July parade on Thursday.

Blast from the Past

National Constitution Center is hosting The 1968 Exhibit until September 2.

Neighborhood news in brief for the week of July 10

Community leaders invited to Las Vegas to tour a Wynn casino similar to the one proposed for the River Wards; Port Richmond residents vote unanimously against a halfway house; Hinge Cafe temporarily closed, and more news in brief.

A cool perspective

Fox Chase's Cindy Masiejczyk has some of her art on display at the Abington Art Center.

Judge’s Galasso officially commits to Cornell

Joe Galasso's brilliant year on the wrestling mat for Father Judge led to a commitment from his dream college.

Bridesburg Historical Society could soon be homeless

The closure of All Saints Parish and the adjoining Marian Hall means that the Bridesburg Historical Society, along with other community groups, will soon need a new place to meet.

Calendar of Events (July 10, 2013)

Check out this week's calendar of neighborhood events.

Say goodbye to your favorite teachers and educators in Star

Amidst great turmoil in the Philadelphia public school system, our communities’ schools are losing valuable and cherished staff members to layoffs.