Articles by Tom Waring

Holmesburg Civic monitors properties

The Holmesburg Civic Association conducted some business last week before adjourning for its annual holiday party.

Rep.-elect Solomon introduces his staff at Burholme meeting

The Burholme Community Town Watch and Civic Association last week listened to a proposal to legalize a duplex at 7242 Algon Ave.

New candidate joins the DA race

Former city Managing Director Rich Negrin announced that he is seeking the Democratic nomination for district attorney next year.

Providing inspiration

Two men were honored at the JEVS Human Services’ Strictly Business Awards.

Merry & bright

The holidays are here and there are plenty of events throughout the Northeast to celebrate the season. 

Boyle announces creation of Blue Collar Caucus in House

U.S. Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-13th dist.) joined Texas Rep. Marc Veasey in announcing the formation of the Blue Collar Caucus to focus congressional efforts on alleviating the economic anxiety felt by working-class Americans that was so pronounced in the 2016 election, and re-engage Democratic efforts to reach these voters.

Weldon runs wild in Judge win

Tim Weldon figured he’d be the go-to guy for Father Judge in its Thanksgiving rivalry with Abraham Lincoln.

Somerton’s greatest Spartan

Andy Wallace was a three-sport athlete for Somerton Youth Organization, playing soccer, basketball and baseball throughout the 1980s.

Judge to run for Superior Court next year

Blair County Common Pleas Court Judge Wade Kagarise, a Republican, will run for Superior Court next year.

St. Hubert High celebrates 75th anniversary

St. Hubert High School celebrated its 75th anniversary on Friday night with a gala at Vie, Broad and Green streets.