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We were startled on Sunday when we opened an email from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia with a headline that told us of the imminent merger of Catholic parishes in “Upper” Northeast Philadelphia.
Where has our nation gone?
It was just one of those days when very little went St. Hubert’s way.
If there’s one thing that unites the River Wards, it’s baseball. Or maybe food. In a special piece for Star, food writer Tara Nurin proves that the team of chefs at Citizens Bank Park is offering much more than traditional ballpark fare.
Franklin Towne Charter overcame a four-run deficit to claim its first Public League softball championship.
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While infamous River Wards slumlord Robert Coyle is beginning a six-year sentence in federal prison for loan fraud, the neighborhood is still dealing with the aftermath of his rampant row-home fraud, as well as new scammers duplicating Coyle's tactics.
When the best golfers in the world gather in Ardmore next month for the 113th U.S. Open, the players, international media and sun-kissed (or rain-drenched) galleries will belatedly commemorate the centennial of a venue steeped in the sport’s illustrious history.
Anthony Lapkiewicz of Rhawnhurst recalls fighting in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II.