The guidance departments of Father Judge and St. Hubert high schools will sponsor a financial aid night on Wednesday, Jan. 6, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the auditorium of St. Hubert, at Torresdale and Cottman avenues.
City Councilman Brian O’Neill (R-10th dist.) announced that the City of Philadelphia will sponsor 50 college scholarships for graduating high school seniors. The deadline for applications is Feb. 19, 2015.
The following area residents are among the 475 students graduating from Millersville University: Jessica Agger, with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Amanda Allison, with a Bachelor of Science in Education in Middle Level Education; Sarah Balsley, with a Bachelor of Arts in Geography; and Julia Sides, with a Bachelor of Science in Education in Early Childhood and Special Education.
The 2016 Philadelphia Mummers Parade steps off on Friday with a new Philadelphia Division designed to reflect the city’s cultural and ethnic diversity.
On Thursday, the PA CareerLink center located at 3210 Red Lion Road will close.
The campaign in the 170th Legislative District is starting to take shape.
It’s not every year that a pope comes to visit the Northeast.
Haniyyah Sharpe-Brown, assistant director of communications for the Mayor’s Commission on Literacy, encouraged members of the Take Back Your Neighborhood civic association to volunteer for the agency. Sharpe-Brown spoke at the Dec. 21 meeting. The commission’s motto is “Because Adult Learning Works.”
In a statement, Mayor-elect Jim Kenney last week announced that his transition team has been conducting a national search to identify commissioners for the prison system, fire department and human services department.
The Office of Catholic Education and Faith in the Future have appointed Brian Patrick King as the next president of Father Judge High School, effective Jan 1.