When the National Weather Service declares an Excessive Heat Warning, thePhiladelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA) Heatline – 215-765-9040 dash; is up and running, fielding calls from people wanting to know how best to handle the heat blasting the region. In the latest activation, the Heatline will operate Sat., July 23, from 11 a.m. to midnight; Sun., July 24, from 8:30 a.m. to midnight; and Mon., July, 25, from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Heat index values for Saturday are expected to be 100 and 105 on Monday.
Photos courtesy of Joseph Mobley
Police said that two West Virginia women found dead Sunday afternoon in the Roosevelt Motor Inn, 7600 Roosevelt Blvd. in Rhawnhurst, committed suicide.
The Northeast Times would like to congratulate the following college graduates, students who were named to their school’s dean’s list, and area residents who recently received special honors.
All Saints Episcopal Church Rhawnhurst 1811 Loney St. Handicrafters meet Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist services on Sundays at 8 and 9:30 a.m. 215-342-6310, www.allsaintsrhawnhurst.org.
The Philadelphia Police Department and the FBI are seeking the public’s assistance to identify and locate the man responsible for the robbery on Monday of the Citizens Bank branch located inside the Acme supermarket at 3200 Red Lion Road.
Loving the arts: Sixth-, seventh-, and eight-graders recently participated in a summer camp at St. Hubert High School. Approximately 45 girls were involved in the first year of the SASH Summer Camp, where they learned about Sewing, Art, Robotics, Drama and Graphic Art. On Friday, the girls held a pizza party and a robot competition.
Republicans are applauding the selection of Mike Pence as Donald Trump’s vice presidential running mate, while Democrats are knocking the Indiana governor.
Patriotic paintings: Philadelphia-area artists have created Donkeys Around Town, a program that features 57 fiberglass donkeys, representing the 50 states, five U.S. territories, Washington, D.C. and Democrats abroad. Iconic images that represent the state or territory were painted on the donkeys, which will be displayed through Sept. 5. MARIA YOUNG / TIMES PHOTOS