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Henon refuels campaign to divide 15th district

nt some answers and so does City Councilman Bobby Henon.


The golden years

The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5 last week honored those who were celebrating their golden anniversaries of union membership with a special luncheon at the FOP’s new facility on Caroline Road in the Northeast. Eighty members with 50 years membership were honored. Among those marking the special anniversary was George McNesby (left), his wife, Judy, and their son, John McNesby, Lodge 5’s president. 


A family of strength

If you want to want to see the strongest runners in next month’s Broad Street Run, don’t bother watching the front of the pack. Just look for the folks in the green T-shirts.


East Torresdale group discusses Delaware River’s greenway initiative

This year will be a pivotal one for the Delaware River City Corporation’s North Delaware Greenway initiative.


A Democratic divide

The 13th Congressional candidates look to separate themselves during a recent forum.

In the race for the 13th Congressional District seat, wheels are beginning to turn, and not exactly in the same direction.


Crossan principal, student are honored

Lynne Millard, principal at Burholme’s Kennedy Crossan Elementary School, last week received a Pennsylvania House of Representatives citation from state Rep. Brendan Boyle for winning the Lindback Distinguished Principal Leadership Award.


Calvary AA to host ‘Taste of the Northeast’

Calvary Athletic Association, 4330 Deerpath Lane, will host a Taste of the Northeast on Saturday, April 26, from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.


Around town: April 23, 2014

Softball tourney set for Saturday


Archbishop Ryan mathletes win title

The Archbishop Ryan High School Varsity Mathletes won the Archdiocesan Mathlete championship for the 20th time in 22 years. 


Alt-rock band Melodime to perform April 22 at North Star

The Virginia-based, Southern-flavored alternative rock band Melodime will perform tonight, Tuesday, April 22, at the North Star Bar, at 2639 Poplar St. in Fairmount.