Here’s a summary of the week’s Northeast news we didn’t cover. See others here.
Holy Family University is set to host an art exhibit, which will display the works of two Philadelphia-based psychotherapists. Reflections on Projections, Art and Love: Two Art Psychotherapists Art will feature original works of various mediums. The exhibit will run from Jan. 13 to Feb. 1 with an opening reception and discussion at 6 p.m. Jan. 19. The works will be on diplay in the John Perzel EducationTechnology Center.
Below, read about the five most wanted criminals in the Northeast and a radio station with a connection to Haiti.
Northeast Detectives released this month’s list of the top five most wanted criminals in the Northeast. The five men the department is seeking are wanted for various crimes in our region, but none of them have a known address in the Northeast.
A radio station operating on the 900-block of Granite Street is helping Haitian immigrants locate their loved ones after this week’s devastating earthquake in Port-au-Prince. Radio Vision Celeste is trying to connect nearly 100,000 immigrants in the greater Philadelphia region with friends and family in Haiti who have been injured or killed in the quake.
Our best-read story this week – Frankford High School basketball team attacked
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