The American Red Cross urges blood donors to give in the final weeks of summer to help prevent a blood shortage. Blood donations often decline in August as final summer vacations are planned and back-to-school activities ramp up.
Fourteen community volunteers traveled to Frankford and Solly avenues on July 25 to clean a portion of Pennypack Park. But upon their arrival, they found a disaster area instead.
Mayfair residents rejected two zoning applications and approved a third during a special meeting of the Mayfair Civic Association on Aug. 3.
SEPTA plans to remove 19 regular stops from the heavily traveled Route 66 trackless trolley along Frankford Avenue.
The Insurance Society of Philadelphia recently honored Burholme resident Kathleen McNichol, MBA, assistant professor of finance and coordinator of La Salle University’s Risk Management and Insurance program, with its Mariellen Whelan Excellence in Education Award.
State Rep. Martina White (R-170th dist.) is inviting families in the Northeast to join her for a day of fun and information when she gathers together representatives from city and state government to showcase programs and services available for issues impacting children.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane has been charged with illegally leaking confidential information about a former state prosecutor, then lying about it under oath.
As if anyone in the Abraham Lincoln High School parking lot on Aug. 4 needed any reminder what National Night Out is all about (they didn’t), police officers and commanders gave them a quick demonstration.
In his second ballot appearance in less than three months, Ed Neilson was victorious in the 174th Legislative District’s special election.
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