“It’s bad for all the teams, the teachers and students. We’re all devastated. This is a big loss for Northeast.” —NEHS athletic director Chris Riley
Girls attending Warren G. Harding Middle School, 2000 Wakeling St., will be able to join in a new health and fitness program after class hours.
While on routine patrol one day in the summer of 2006, 26th Police District Officer John Levy felt the sudden need to visit a restroom.
The annual Republican City Committee clambake was postponed Sunday because of the effects of Hurricane Irene.
After 22 seasons, Archbishop Wood baseball coach Jim DiGuiseppe announced his retirement in June. Now his son is stepping up to the plate.
The Philadelphia Horticultural Society created three Pop-Up Gardens around the city to offer respite from the hustle and bustle of city life.
The Dance with Celeste performance squad will shake their groove thing with the Phanatic on Aug. 26.
An Oxford Circle man suffered burns covering 15 percent of his body as two burglars attacked him in his home early Saturday, police said.
Harrisburg’s recently passed budget made steep cuts in education spending. At Lutheran Settlement in Fishtown, that means no classes for hundreds of adults looking for a leg up.