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Pets of the Week: October 5, 2016

Domino has plenty of love to give

Officers honored in 15th district

Police Officers Robert Bakos and John Lee had a busy month in the 15th district.

Nursing home expasion still under fire

The city’s Zoning Board of Adjustment approved the expansion of Immaculate Mary Center, but Holme Circle residents continue to oppose the decision. 

Northeast Hall of Fame tickets available

The Northeast Philadelphia Hall of Fame will hold its next induction ceremony on Sunday, Oct. 16, at 1 p.m. at Holy Family University.

Local volunteers clean up Pennypack Park

The Friends of Pennypack Park encountered a few oddities when they gathered at the park’s Little City parking area on Sept. 24 for their monthly cleanup.

Inductee was clock and compass maker in colonial Philadelphia

Edward Duffield was also an active patriot during the Revolutionary War and a civic leader in Northeast Philadelphia. 

A festival wit everything

Last year’s Cheesesteak Festival was a flop, but this time around, organizers have more food samples, space and plenty of Philly flavor. 

Fair and balanced?

The title of a new book by a Temple University journalism professor raises a compelling and very timely question about how the public acquires its news nowadays.

A face on the Flyers

While the Flyers are getting ready for their season opener next week, Franny Drummond’s work began over three months ago. 

Community leaders digging Wissinoming projects

Demolition work has begun on 110,000 square feet of retail space that will feature a ShopRite and a Super Wawa.