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Op-ed: Stack: Sabatina is a proven advocate for Northeast Philly

As the prior senator for the 5th Senatorial District and a longtime resident of Northeast Philadelphia, I know well the issues and concerns of our community.

Op-ed: Brendan Boyle: My brother is the right man for the job

In my job, I see it every day. 

Local readers submit their favorite kugel recipes

“Ponder the nature of your existence,” she would say to us after we were seated and quiet in her classroom. Frequently, my ponderings at that age were about matching the speed of light to get into the first bus line at dismissal.

Letters to the Editor: April 20, 2016

Sanders is best candidate

Sweet as honey

Laugh at the tears you’re crying

Op-ed: Protecting Israel from attacks should also be our priority

The frightening specter of death and destruction that struck Brussels is a stark reminder of our need to be not only vigilant, but also proactive in developing the necessary intelligence to prevent similar terrorist attacks on American soil. In addition to supporting Belgium and our other NATO allies in Western Europe, we must also stand by our friends in the Middle East who face the threat of jihadi violence on a daily basis. Israel, our greatest friend in that troubled part of the world, is always on alert, but that small nation’s challenges aren’t just from a strategically placed bomb or the barrel of a gun.

Letters to the Editor: April 13, 2016

A watch on Williams

Making the impossible possible

Before 1930, there were no prepackaged cake mixes, pie crusts or muffin mixes on the market shelves. This was the year that Bisquick was invented. Introduced to grocery shelves as a competitor to the newly debuted Jiffy, Bisquick remains the premier baking mix even today.

Letters to the Editor: April 6, 2016

Lame effort by DeFelice 

Op-Ed: Recovery schools could help combat drug abuse

Standing with parents and the principal at the Bridge Way School is illuminating.