Philadelphia Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Hull is retiring, it was announced.
Federal authorities are involved after a bomb threat to the Philadelphia Public Schools.
Gipson Cleaners, a Philadelphia institution for nearly a century, is still thriving, but it’s time to retire, Regina Gipson Hicks says.
Ties or Tutus, what will the baby wear? This was the question for the guests at the Gender Reveal Party in the home of Steve and Jenny Lyn Wilkerson on Saturday evening,
After the Berlin Wall fell in 1989 and the Warsaw Pact dissolved, the breakup of the USSR began. But the dissolution did not stop with the 14 Soviet “republics” declaring their independence of Moscow.
The Constitution must be defended — except when it must be jettisoned.
As we begin the New Year, we are reminded in Psalm 90 of how quickly time passes and the need we have to make sure of our standing with God. Moses, who wrote the psalm, gives us facts about God and this world that clarify that need.
Chloe Smith loves to alter recipes to make them her own.
Citizens Bank of Philadelphia has chosen Juakita Anderson for its New Year New Employee Spotlight for January 2022.
Linwood Volunteer Fire Department will be changing the day and time of our monthly board meetings to the third Tuesday of every month, beginning at 5:30 p.m. This is our regular board meeting that is open to the public.
Hoover Edwards, Philadelphian, is scheduled to leave Maxwell Field, Montgomery,
This passage begins with Peter and John giving a report to the church of what the chief priests and elders had said to them (verse 23)
Billy Fulton, All-State center from Blond; Clinton Kelly, Laurel Hill, and Wilburn Waddell, Linwood, Neshoba County High School stars from last year, are announced as probable starters when the east Central Warriors engage Ellisville, last year’s State champions, in Decatur. The two teams will play gain this weekend.