The Roxborough HS special needs students competed in a Special Olympics event at Northeast High back in Spring 2019. Under the guidance of teachers Dawn Marie Geiger and Jaimison Miller, the Roxborough athletes participated in a number of races, relays, and field events at the meet.

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FRANCONIA – Charges including robbery and aggravated assault were filed against two men after they allegedly robbed a pizza delivery driver at knifepoint, Franconia Township Police Department said.

North Light Community Center, 175 Green Lane in Manayunk, is here to help all of our neighbors, especially those most in need. Anyone who lives, works, attends school, or worships in the 19127/19128/19129 zip codes are welcome to utilize the social support services at North Light. Our food p…

With all the current confusion and disruption in our lives lately, I noticed one thing that seems to be working normally. The letter carrier gets here at the same time every weekday afternoon, within five minutes before or after two o’clock.

With all the current confusion and disruption in our lives lately, I noticed one thing that seems to be working normally. The letter carrier gets here at the same time every weekday afternoon, within five minutes before or after two o’clock.

PHILADELPHIA — There’s nothing like spring in the Wissahickon, so while Philadelphia is staying home, Friends of the Wissahickon (FOW) is bringing the outside in with the Virtual Valley. Filled with Wissahickon-focused videos, maps, trivia games, and interactive family activities, the online…

PHILADELPHIA — The Table Food Pantry at Roxborough Church is partnering with the City of Philadelphia's food distributions. Hours are on Mondays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon until we are on the other side of COVID-19.

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PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Department of Public Health Tuesday announced 242 additional presumptive confirmed cases of COVID-19 novel coronavirus in Philadelphia. That brings the number of confirmed cases to 1,315. The death total in the city now stands at 14.

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TELFORD – The first fabric face masks Cathy Detweiler and granddaughters Baylen Detweiler and Meghan Jurin made to help in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus are four ply.