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Letters to the Editor: October 12, 2016

Bipartisan leadership is key


Sharing reader recipes

Changing leaves, changing addresses. Dear cooks and gentle readers, please be advised that the Times has moved. So if you send a recipe by U.S. mail for a chance to win the ShopRite gift card, be sure the envelope is addressed to: Readers’ Recipes, c/o The Northeast Times, 2 Executive Campus, Suite 400, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002. My email remains the same.


Op-ed: Drug addiction an epidemic that needs to be addressed

As your candidate for state representative, I have had the opportunity to listen to the concerns of many of my neighbors in Northeast Philadelphia. Through my own experiences and listening to others, it is apparent that heroin has become a serious issue in our communities. I want to share with you my plan to combat this heroin epidemic.


Letters to the Editor: October 5, 2016

Angry whites support Trump


Recalling a scary and important time in history

“I’m quitting Hebrew school!”


Ramen Noodle time

In terms of prison uniforms, Netflix may lead you to believe that orange is the new black. But in terms of prison exchange, orange-wrapped noodles are the new green. According to a recent year-long study conducted at a state prison, the most valuable commodity in prison today is Ramen noodles, replacing cigarettes and tobacco as currency.


Op-ed: As a sanctuary city, Philadelphia safety in question

It is every parent’s worst nightmare.


Letters to the Editor: September 28, 2016

Education badly needed 


Op-ed: Help with mental health illness is available

Every day, thousands of people across the commonwealth voluntarily seek and receive mental health care.


Octoberfest feasts

It’s 183 years old and still going strong. Munich’s Octoberfest began on Saturday and will continue until Oct. 3. Octoberfest extends for an extra day of festivities this year to include Germany’s Unity Day. Today, Munich is not the only place to celebrate in beer gardens. Local breweries have given rise to pop-up beer gardens throughout the Philadelphia area, and they are serving some pretty good beer here.