18 hours ago
Once you work in the education field, you never ever retire because teaching and learning becomes a part of who you are. It was a real pleasure as well as refreshing to meet Jessica Hasben, the CEO of Qor Charter School. Once you meet Jessica, too, you’ll find that she does indeed have that passion for children and their education that you, too, become a believer and hope that she does indeed succeed.
39 hours ago
2 days ago
You can get a really good pretzel, right here in Frankford. It’s up at 5331 Oxford Avenue. Pretzel Works has been there a long time baking pretzels and bagels for commercial customers. Mike Naselsky, the owner, decided to open up a storefront window for people to buy retail and I stopped by to see what was happening.
2 days ago
Don’t know and don’t care
3 days ago
Big thanks to @templelaw for sponsoring our Holiday Toy Drive that we do every year with @teamdawkins. We love being able to do these events in addition to the work we do with local businesses and affordable housing, working with the community to make Frankford stronger.
3 days ago
Big thanks to Temple University Beasley School of Law for sponsoring our Holiday Toy Drive that we do every year with Rep. Jason Dawkins. We love being able to do these events in addition to the work we do with local businesses and affordable housing, working with the community to make Frankford stronger.
4 days ago
The Frankford CDC is excited and honored to be one of this year’s recipients of the PECO Green Region grant! This funding will go toward completing the Frankford Pause Park.
Frankford Chargers cheerleaders at Nationals!
On Saturday December 2nd, the 15th District PDAC (Police District Advisory Council) held its annual holiday meal to thank and honor the police officers of the 2nd and 15th District. Coordinating this special event was Pete Specos, Treasurer of the 15th PDAC.
Ginger Rogers won the Oscar for her performance in the title role of the 1940 Movie “Kitty Foyle” about the star crossed love between a girl from Frankford and the son of an aristocratic Main Line Family. The book upon which the movie is based, written by Christopher Morley, contained much coverage of her early years in Frankford but that part of the story line did not make it to the screen.
The Frankford NAC will meet on Thursday, December 13 at 7 pm at 4667 Paul Street.