Capping years of planning, ground was broken at the city’s new police training center off Woodhaven Road on Monday morning.
You were outside mowing your front lawn and then you headed to your backyard. What did you do wrong?
Cops are supposed to look around. When they see somebody else doing it, he gets their attention.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to look at two legal issues key to the case of Monsignor William Lynn, the former archdiocesan administrator whose child endangerment conviction was reversed on appeal last year.
Northeast High’s space program, whose wings seemed permanently clipped just a few months ago, will be flying again next week.
A city permit that would have allowed a Morrell Park resident to operate a skin-care business in her home has been revoked.
Plans to create a garden on the 4600 block of Paul Street got a financial boost. Plans have fallen through to put a sculpture at Womrath Park at Kensington and Frankford avenues, Kimberly Washington told members of the Frankford Parks Group on April 29, so some of the $120,000 budgeted for that could be used for improvements to a lot at Paul and Frankford, said Washington, executive director of the Frankford Community Development Corporation.
When Sarah Boxmeyer was 5, she saw a one-man band. One of the instruments he was playing was an accordion, and she was hooked.
Potholes in Franklin Mills’ driveways and parking lots generate a lot of neighborhood complaints, according to talk last week at the Millbrook Civic Association’s meeting at Calvary Athletic Association on Deerpath Lane.
One hundred people from 46 countries changed nationalities last week and became American citizens during ceremonies at Northeast High.