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NE native running to become a magistrate in Bucks

A Northeast native and well-known city zoning attorney is running to become a magistrate in Bucks County.

Music festival coming to Delaware

The fourth annual Firefly Music Festival will return to The Woodlands of Dover International Speedway in Delaware from June 18-21. The headliners will be the Kings of Leon and The Killers.

A kinder way to fundraise

A partnership between Kiva Zip and the City of Philadelphia offers a unique form of fundraising to local businesses.  

Grant application deadline nears

The deadline is March 1 for organizations in the 19154 ZIP code to apply for grants through the Philadelphia Mills Advisory Council.

Former state rep dies

Former state Rep. Francis E. Gleeson Jr. died last week. He was 77.

‘Crime has no borders’

Capt. Thomas McLean and Capt. Michael Gormley — newly appointed to the 2nd and 7th police districts — discuss the NE’s problems and potential.   

Composting bill unanimously passes City Council

City Council has unanimously passed a bill introduced by Councilman Dennis O’Brien and Councilwoman Cindy Bass that would strengthen and simplify ordinances governing the upkeep and collection of trash Dumpsters in the city while facilitating the implementation of a composting program.

Benefit show to be held March 6

Derek Warfield and the Young Wolfe Tones will perform on Saturday, March 6, from 8 to 11 p.m. at the Michael Crescenz VFW Post 2819, 6850 Martins Mill Road (at Longshore Avenue) in Lawndale.

Around town: February 25, 2015

College scholarships available 

Wind takes down steeple on Burholme church

If you ever needed an example of a bad thing happening in the best possible way, a likely nominee would be how the Burholme Baptist Church’s steeple toppled during high winds Sunday morning.