Articles by Northeast Times Staff

Scholars: May 11, 2016

As part of its Inquiry 2016 activities, Lebanon Valley College recognized students for academic achievement in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities. Local students include Jessica Coughlin, a graduate of Philadelphia Academy Charter School who is pursuing a bachelor of arts in English and sociology, who won the Senior Award for Academic Excellence in Sociology; and Ryan Muldoon, a graduate of Father Judge High School who is pursuing a bachelor of science in accounting, who won the Achievement Scholarship Award in Business Administration.

Reunions: May 11, 2016


Religious Events: May 11, 2016

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,

Pets of the Week: May 11, 2016

You could love a good Brownie …

NE Hall of Fame inductees announced

The Northeast Philadelphia Hall of Fame was scheduled to hold a news conference on Wednesday morning at Holy Family University to announce its next class of inductees.

Here’s to the crusader

Ex-president honored: The Rev. Joe Campellone was inducted into the Father Judge High School Hall of Fame on Thursday at the Vie, 600 N. Broad St. At left, Mary Campellone, his mother, places the Hall of Fame Medal around his neck. At right, Campellone enjoys a moment with current president Brian Patrick King.

An enchanting tale

Cirque du Soleil will be in town this week, as Ovo comes to Temple University’s Liacouras Center, 1776 N. Broad St.

Crime Log: May 11, 2016

The Northeast Times provides an overview of crimes reported to the four police districts in the Northeast. The details are based on reports compiled by the Northeast Detectives division of the Philadelphia Police Department. 


In May 4 print editions, the Northeast Times published an article about a Philadelphia man who was sentenced to prison after his conviction on child pornography charges. 

A community that cares

School spirit: Eagles guard Andrew Gardner joined Swoop and team cheerleaders at Watson T. Comly School in Somerton for the 15th annual Comcast Cares Day. The NFL Network donated $2,500 to Comly, a school of about 500 students in kindergarten through fifth grade at 1001 Byberry Road. More than 150 Comcast NBCUniversal employees and their families and friends also took part in a day of indoor and outdoor beautification projects, including cleaning, landscaping, painting and organizing library materials.