Families that want their aging, and sometimes ailing, relatives cared for during the day have a new option to consider in the Northeast.
Soccer players sought
For many years, Nov. 11 was a holiday for me. It meant no reveille that morning. It meant a day without fighting my way through traffic formations. It meant no maneuvering to try to find a seat on the express train to town. It was a day to desist from the duties of the day’s regimented drills. Clearly, I wasn’t AWOL. I was just on a day’s leave, thanks to the veterans. I always appreciated that day.
Police have released the identity of the bicyclist who was shot and killed on a Holmesburg street on Nov. 1.
A regional shopping center with 21 large stores and many smaller shops will be built in the northern half of the old Frankford Arsenal and should be up and running by late summer or fall 2015, developer Mark Hankin last week told members of the Frankford Civic Association.
City Controller Alan Butkovitz, fresh off a resounding re-election win, now has about a year to ponder a big question.
Thursday, November 14
TLA Feasterville Dec. 31. Includes New Year’s Gala, restaurant and show. Reserve by Dec. 21. Inf. 215-598-3227.
An in-house announcement last week that the company that owns the old Kraft plant at Byberry and the Boulevard was considering closing it sent city and state officials scrambling to find out what they could do to save the large bakery’s almost 300 union jobs and keep Oreos baking in the Northeast.
Omar Cash’s personal motto must be, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.”