Another holiday season is at hand, just more than two weeks away, and it’s another holiday season when readers of the Northeast Times have again been so compassionate and caring in helping us to provide turkey dinners and presents to people in need in our region.
Philadelphia firefighters put out three fires in the Northeast on Sunday and doused another on Nov. 22.
A Frankford resident who earlier this month had been the victim of a burglary killed two men who broke into his home and wounded two others the night before Thanksgiving, police said.
Day by day, the clock is ticking. So much to do, it seems, and so little time to do it. In just more than three weeks, families around the Northeast will be celebrating with loved ones, preoccupied by the joy and goodwill of the season.
Work is about to begin on construction of a 4.5-acre park near the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge.
Leaders of the East Torresdale Civic Association and the owner of Maggie’s Waterfront Café seemed to agree on at least one thing during the ETCA’s monthly meeting on Nov. 14.
As seen on TV. Sorta.
It was a bad day for an early-morning Black Friday shopper at Franklin Mills mall but it could have been worse.
Kathy Perpetua, the Holme Circle woman who sells handmade rosary beads, last week donated $2,235 to the widows’ fund of International Association of Fire Fighters Local 22.
Police are looking for a hit-and-run driver who struck a bicyclist early on Nov. 21 on the 500 block of Alburger Ave. in Bustleton,