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    Former school official, civic leader dies

    Funeral services were held earlier this week for Tom Mills, a former school board member and onetime president of the Normandy Civic Association.

    Changing of the guard

    Jack Creighton will soon retire as Frankford’s athletic director. Former boys varsity basketball coach Ben Dubin will step into the role.

    When the 2014-15 school year begins roughly two months from now, a familiar face in the Frankford High School athletics community will be absent. Luckily for the Pioneers, another well-known individual will be stepping in.

    Changing of the guard

    Jack Creighton will soon retire as Frankford’s athletic director. Former boys varsity basketball coach Ben Dubin will step into the role.

    When the 2014-15 school year begins roughly two months from now, a familiar face in the Frankford High School athletics community will be absent. Luckily for the Pioneers, another well-known individual will be stepping in.

    Home sweet home

    Michael Manna is coming home.

    Pioneer pups

    Following a third straight league title, Frankford baseball is left with nothing but freshmen and sophomores. Head coach Juan Namnun isn’t complaining.

    In the moments before Monday afternoon’s Public League Division A baseball contest against visiting GAMP, a Frankford player sheepishly approached a visiting reporter while holding some athletic tape in his hands. 

    Public League baseball vet leads Northeast

    If the Public League had a mayor, Joe Fite might be able to run unopposed.

    Oldtimers honor four at luncheon

    The Oldtimers Bats and Balls Association earlier this month honored four people with the William “Pickles” Kennedy Award.

    Frankford ready for clash with St. Joe’s Prep

    Frankford High School’s football players fully understand the opportunity that awaits them.

    Head of the class

    Three elementary schools and a high school in Northeast Philadelphia are revelling in the news that a citywide survey has given them perfect scores of 10.

    Sore feet, big smiles

    Harry Palumbo faced a lot of obstacles as he attempted to walk 66 miles in two days to raise money for the American Cancer Society.

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