Articles by Tom Waring

Faith in the future

The Northeast Times sits down with St. Hubert’s new president. 


Dunphy, Beck, Phanatic honored by Oldtimers

The Temple’s men’s basketball coach, the former Penn men’s basketball star and the legendary mascot of the Philadelphia Phillies earned the William “Pickles” Kennedy Award.


Civic meeting addresses how to get rid of unwanted pests

Jason Edinger, a representative from the city Department of Health’s vector control unit, offered tips on controlling rats and mosquitoes at last week’s meeting of Take Back Your Neighborhood.


Toomey, McGinty battle over sanctuary city policy

The campaign of Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey is criticizing Democratic nominee Katie McGinty for her views on Philadelphia’s sanctuary city policy.


Strokes of success

The Painted Ladies of Somerton have merged their love of art with the local community.   


Pains keep Judge grad from winning ‘Survivor’

Joe Del Campo, 72, had advanced to the final five before having to exit last week with unbearable abdominal pains.


NE Philadelphia Hall of Fame 2016 class official

Edward Duffield, Al Schmid, Robert N.C. Nix Sr., Bill Boggs and the Friends of Pennypack Park will be enshrined this year.


Feinberg likes Trump’s candidness

Ross Feinberg, the Republican candidate in the 5th Senatorial District, last week endorsed Donald Trump for president.


Council of Prison Locals gives support to Toomey

The Council of Prison Locals recently endorsed U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey for re-election during an event in Williamsport.


Solomon swept 202nd district wards in win

In 2014, there was low turnout and a nailbiter in the 202nd Legislative District Democratic primary, with Rep. Mark Cohen beating Jared Solomon by 158 votes in a race that attracted just 4,406 voters.