Mayfair native Sean Thompson has been performing as long as he can remember. Now, he’s landed a starring role in Les Misérables.
The 8th district has a new police captain, but he’s no stranger to the streets of the Far Northeast.
JEVS Human Services last week honored two individuals and a company with local ties at its 16th annual Strictly Business Awards luncheon, held at the Sheraton hotel in Center City.
Friends, colleagues and family described David Kedra as the prototypical Pennsylvania State Police trooper — an alpha personality, hard-working, goal-oriented, physically strong, often quiet on the outside, but charismatically confident once you got to know him.
Stephen Furtek graduated from Temple University with a bachelor’s degree in accounting in a ceremony on Sept. 12.
At the time, author Tom Turner probably didn’t realize his boyhood adventures in Lawncrest were helping build the foundation for his life’s dream.
The Oldtimers Bats and Balls Association recently honored former athletes Jim Bruce and Frank Steiner, along with college softball sensation Holly Schell, with the William “Pickles” Kennedy Award.
Nearly 20 years ago, Chris Gies came this close to being named the Opening Night starter for his beloved Phillies.
Mark Twain, who had more of his own oneliners than Henny Youngman ever would, famously quoted his friend essayist Charles Dudley Warner, that everybody complains about the weather but nobody does anything about it. On Tuesday, some people gave it a try.