Articles by Tom Waring

Victory at last

Al Taubenberger gave five concession speeches in five previous runs for office, but Tuesday night was a lot different.


Lighting ceremony honors fallen firefighter

Fox Chase Recreation Center was the scene of a recent field-lighting dedication ceremony in memory of fallen firefighter Daniel Sweeney.


Campaign ’16 is underway

Now that the 2015 elections are over, candidates will be gearing up for the April 26, 2016 primary.


Taylor discusses budget battle, possible solutions

State Rep. John Taylor does not sense much interest among his constituents when it comes to the ongoing budget battle.


Meet the candidates

The Northeast Times takes an inside look at Tuesday’s elections.  


Candidates pick up backing as Election Day nears

Ward leader Matt Wolfe is strongly backing fellow Republican Terry Tracy for City Council at large.


Bailey vows to clean up city, from dirty streets to corruption

“We need to stand lock step with the police. The police are the cornerstones of the community.” — Melissa Murray Bailey 


Tinney wants to help working-class neighborhoods

Dan Tinney hopes voters look at his resume when they go to the polls on Nov. 3 to elect seven at-large City Council members.


Ring warrior

Blue-collar boxer Scott Kelleher punches in. 


Panepinto promises to be an independent judge

Paul Panepinto, a Philadelphia Common Pleas Court judge, is calling on voters to elect him as an independent to Pennsylvania Supreme Court.