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  • William Penn High School Students help fight violence

    William Penn High School Students help fight violence
    Better Philly host, Renai Ellison talks with Michael Norris and Erin Trent, Art-Reach executive director and Community Director Villa, about William Penn High School student's Art-Reach projects on violence. Michael explains what the project is about...
  • 2009 Summer Theater Preview

    2009 Summer Theater Preview
    PENNSYLVANIA SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL A notoriously difficult Shakespeare play being staged for the first time and an iconic American musical that has a surprising connection to Shakespeare make 18th season of the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival at DeSales...
  • September 4th YAIAA HSFF Scores

    Cumberland Valley 35 Red Lion 0 Dallastown 42 York Suburban 7 Line Mountain 50 Hanover 20 South Western 21 Gettysburg 7 Central York 6 West York 20 William Penn 35 Reading 7 Manheim Central 58 Susquehannock 0 Northern 27 Bermudian Springs 19...
  • September 4th HSFF Scores

    Lancaster Catholic 42 Trinity 0 Warwick 24 Garden Spot 0 Manheim Twp. 14 Ephrata 0 Hempfield 10 Conestoga Valley 28 Daniel Boone 42 Donegal 6 Manheim Central 58 Susquehannock 0 J.P. McCaskey 27 Elizabethtown 41 Cedar Crest 33 Lebanon 14 Cocalico...
  • Giant jerseys help make a statement

     
    When the Orlando Magic unveiled its new jerseys this afternoon it had some big help. Really, really big help: A 15-foot tall inflatable jersey that measures 22 feet from cuff to cuff. The giant jerseys, billed as the ???world???s largest......
  • Matt Weinstock, Feb. 13, 1960

     
    Birds Get the World It was mentioned here recently that the cedar waxwings, which have come each January and in a furious assault denuded the pyracantha bushes of their red berries, seemed to have passed us by this year. This surprised George D. Bereth of...
  • New Castle, Delaware

    New Castle, Delaware
    Go here: With its cobblestone streets, sweeping views of the Delaware River, grassy commons and rich architectural heritage, New Castle's historic district ranks among the finest heritage towns in the Mid-Atlantic. It's got history: William Penn first set...
  • Test Feed

    This is a tecJ! The following bands are scheduled to appear: Saturday, August 2nd: Durning and Greater Overbrook String Bands Copyright 2008, WPHL ___________________________________________________________________________________________________...
  • Mummers History

    Some say the origins of The Mummers Parade can be traced as far back as 1642, forty years prior to William Penn's arrival and is the result of a blending of Northern European, British and African American cultures. Many claim the tradition has Swedish...
  • Teenager Struck by a Harrisburg School Bus

    HARRISBURG Standing in front of the hamilton school Erika Hawkins describes what she saw after a 13 year old girl was hit by a school bus. "We seen the jacket and the shoes all over the streets," said Hawkins. Police say the teenager did not attend...
  • Students Want You To Get Out and Vote

    Most high school students won't be able to cast a vote on Tuesday, but they are still making sure their voices are heard. Saturday night, William Penn High School students held a "Get Out and Vote; Our Future is in Your Hands" rally at their high school....