If you’re old enough to remember the mullets, the Zubaz pants, the Kiss costumes or the time that Nick Casciano went on stage dressed like a Hooters girl, you already know that The Heartbeats are synonymous with fun.
Sex offenders who don’t register with authorities as required by state regulations won’t be able to collect welfare benefits if a bill co-sponsored by local legislators becomes law.
The Franklin Mills Advisory Council is taking requests for its annual distribution of funds. The deadline is March 1.
Orleans Technical Institute, a nonprofit post-secondary career school at 2770 Red Lion Road, will hold an information session about its human services training program on Saturday, Jan. 25, at 10 a.m. The next class will begin in March.
Joe Regan went directly from walking the hallways of Olney High School to tending bar at Regan’s on the Boulevard.
After 23 years, Pat Boyle and his family are still reliving the nightmare.
State Sen. Mike Stack has requested that Gov. Tom Corbett allocate funding from the state’s 2014 Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program toward the former site of the Liddonfield Homes.
City Councilman Brian O’Neill (R-10th dist.) will review plans for the renovation of Lackman Recreation Center at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 5, at the playground, 1101 Bartlett St. All neighbors are welcome to attend and review the plans for the project. The renovation should be completed no later than the end of the school year in June, the councilman said in a press release.
It looks like the Northeast High astronauts stuck up on the International Space Station will be rescued after all.
A Somerton public house and hotel dating to the American revolutionary era is in store for some major changes.