Northeast Times

Story Archive October 30 2013

Sophomore Ceno helps Crusaders cruise onward

Kevin Ceno always dreamed of this moment. He just didn’t think it would come so soon.


A spooky scene

Pumpkin parade: More than 150 pumpkins were displayed at St. Martha Elementary School on Friday. Students and their families created the pumpkins that were divided into five categories: creative, food, animals, animation and scary. PHOTOS BY MELISSA YERKOV


Letters to the Editor: October 30, 2013

“Show It” campaign is costly and confusing


Dead zone

Loud bangs and disturbing voices have long been little-known peculiarities of Philadelphia’s lone surviving Civil War museum, but noisy neighbors are not to blame.


A riotous history

The Nativist movement of the mid-1800s probably helped advance the career of Philadelphia attorney and newspaper editor Lewis C. Levin for a little while, but it all ended in ruin for the prominent anti-immigrant, anti-Irish, anti-Catholic orator.


FOP dedicates 21 plaques at union hall

Being a cop in the “olden” days wasn’t much safer than it is today.


Senior captains guide Judge soccer to title

All stories have a beginning, but oftentimes it’s the ones with the best endings that make the origins that much more meaningful.


Candidates continue to court voters

Election Day is Tuesday, and candidates are making last-minute campaign appearances.


DA drops molestation charges against priest

A former Northeast assistant parish pastor won’t be tried on charges he molested a young altar boy more than a decade ago.


Automated purchasing machine ban moves forward

The machines offer quick cash for small electronics, and some feel the easy money fuels rising smartphone thefts.

A bill that outlaws automated purchasing machines like the two in Franklin Mills was voted favorably out of committee last week.