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A primeval adventure

Some Baldi Middle School students have been getting all primeval this year. Twenty-four kids in William Mathes’s art class have been building sculptures of dinosaurs, and they’re not anything close to desktop models.

Pets of the Week: February 11, 2015

Coralina needs a forever home

Orleans Technical Institute to host texting tournament

Orleans Technical Institute, 2770 Red Lion Road, will be hosting local high school students at the first Text for NCRA Scholarship Competition, a tournament-style texting competition on Feb. 18.

Northwood Academy participates in day of service

Northwood Academy Charter School recently participated in a day of service.

Northeast sisters have babies hours apart

Two sisters from the Northeast gave birth to girls five hours apart on Jan. 19 at Holy Redeemer Hospital in Meadowbrook.

The Mosaic Muse

Nora McCloskey sees the artistic potential in an old mirror and shards of glass.

Making a real impact

Mike Driscoll, a new state representative and board chairman for Impact Services Corporation, describes the agency as an under-the-radar force for good in Philadelphia.

Local police strive to improve community relations

Deputy Commissioner Richard Ross, the Philadelphia Police Department’s second in command, has encountered more than a few hostile crowds in recent weeks. But the 7th Police District Advisory Council was anything but adverse when Ross addressed the Northeast community group on Jan. 15.

Lawmaker warns of phone scam

State Rep. John Sabatina Jr. (D-174th dist.) is warning residents in the Northeast to beware of a telephone scam in which taxpayers receive unsolicited calls from individuals claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service and demanding payment.

Kenney announces candidacy for mayor

Former City Councilman Jim Kenney last week entered the Democratic primary for mayor, announcing his candidacy in front of 200 supporters at City Hall.