Tuesday Aug 12
The Citizens' Voice
A small bowl made its way around an auditorium Saturday at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, with a staff member scooping treats out and into the eager hands of kids and their parents.
Bug Fest: Acquiring a taste for insects and their world
Sasha, 3, left, and Zoe Jackson, 5, of Philadelphia check out a moth as they take part in a guided bug walk on Logan Circle on Aug. 9, 2014.
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Anne Dutelle Martenson
Anne Dutelle Martenson, 84, longtime resident of Swarthmore, Pa., died peacefully in her sleep at White Horse Village, Gradyville, Pa., on Nov. 22, 2013.
New Leader Of Christian Brothers Has Philadelphia Roots
After graduation from West Catholic in 1968, Schieler says he was so impressed by the dedication and committment of the 45 brothers on the school faculty that he decided to enter the order's novitiate: "I had originally thought about being a teacher and the more I was exposed to the brothers over the fours years of my time at West Catholic, I was ... (more)
a Ufo summit
ALIEN ADMIRERS from around the globe will converge on South Jersey from Thursday through Sunday for the 45th annual MUFON Symposium, run by the California-based Mutual UFO Network, which claims to be the world's oldest and largest investigative body into the UFO phenomenon.