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Can the Riverwards keep art education alive?

“We’ve tried to make things so affordable to the community over the last 11 years and that’s kind of why we’re in this situation,”...

Piece of history departing St. George

Longstanding principal to leave Catholic elementary school in Port Richmond at end of school yearEnd of an era: Dan Markowski has spent 21 years on...

River Wards events for the week of Feb. 14

Stay up tp date on what’s going on in your neighborhoodValentine’s Day at the libraryRichmond Library, 2987 Almond St., will host a special Valentine’s Day...

Bounces, books and babies

Richmond Library introduces interactive programming for infants and toddlers thanks to grant from William Penn FoundationBarbara Tait blows bubbles for babies during the first...

Celebrating Catholic Schools Week

This week, students from Catholic schools throughout the Philadelphia area are celebrating Catholic Schools Week by participating in a variety of fun events.This week, students...

A day of service – not a day off – for Port Richmond students

Sixth grader Zaire Davis described Dr. King as “a good person trying to get rid of all the negativity in the world and make...

Funding a brighter future

Anonymous donor matches H.A. Brown fundraiser goal for Google ChromebooksStudents participate in the blended learning program using Google Chromebooks at H.A. Brown Elementary School....

Weather Update: Archdiocesan high schools and parochial elementary schools to remain closed

Archdiocesan high schools and parochial elementary schools in the City of Philadelphia will be closed tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 5.The Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s office of...

River Wards events for the week of Dec. 6

Stay up to date on what’s going on in your neighborhoodAdaire School Bake SaleThe Alexander Adaire Bake Sale will take place on Thursday, Dec....

Staying Positive

“With each session I try to hit their mind, their body or their spirit.” said Rizzo PAL Director Ernie Rehr.(From left) Postive Images staff members...
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Philly cop turns MMA opponents black and blue

In one job, he keeps the peace. In the other one, he brings the pain. Chris Daukaus has spent the last 10 years working as a...

Around the Neighborhood

SOPO meeting The South Port Richmond Civic Association will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 9, at 7 p.m. on Zoom. Agenda will include zoning...

Furever fated

When the Rev. Joseph Zingaro, 67, passed away in May, St. John Cantius parish in Bridesburg lost a pastor and a pillar of their...