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Around Town: June 8, 2016

Recycling bin giveaway at O’Neill’s office

Medical Matters: June 1, 2016

Aria doc offers stroke tips

Legislative Bits: June 1, 2016

Driscoll promotes financial literacy

A salute to bravery

In loving memory: Members of Boy Scout Troop 252 and All Saints Episcopal Church, 9601 Frankford Ave., place flags at about 100 graves of United States military veterans buried in the cemetery as a Memorial Day tribute. MARIA YOUNG / TIMES PHOTOS

To the rescue

The Red Paw Emergency Relief Team helps animals in need after a disaster.  

Planting the seed

Fox Chase Elementary unveiled its new agricultural lab, part of its school redesign. 

Philadelphia Republican Party opposes sugar tax

“Councilwoman Reynolds Brown’s container tax is possibly even more regressive and difficult to justify than the mayor’s soda tax proposal.”

Pets of the Week: June 1, 2016

Need a King of your castle?

Group celebrates, preserves history of Frankford

During that hot summer of 1776, history has it that all the work, the disagreements and the late hours the Founding Fathers spent hammering out the document declaring the Colonies’ independence from British rule took place downtown.

Civic groups not sold on nursing home expansion

The new owner of a Holme Circle nursing home formerly operated by the city’s Roman Catholic archdiocese wants to expand the Immaculate Mary Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare, but many neighbors don’t seem sold on the idea.