Virtual Ceremony for National Vietnam POW/MIA Monument

The dedication of the National Vietnam POW/MIA Monument will go forward on Sunday, March 29 — National Vietnam War Veterans Day — at 12:00 noon . Due to the coronavirus pandemic, and out of concern for the safety of those who might want to attend, the Philadelphia Vietnam Veterans Memorial has announced that it will be a … Continue reading Virtual Ceremony for National Vietnam POW/MIA Monument

Meals Available On Mondays and Thursdays at Designated Schools

The line started this morning outside of Juniata Park Academy at 9:00 am as parents arrived to receive 3 breakfasts and 3 lunches for each of their children. Due to school closures, certain schools have been designated as Meal Sites and on Monday, March 23, the city began rolling out the new plan to provide … Continue reading Meals Available On Mondays and Thursdays at Designated Schools

FBI and Police Seek Citizens Bank Robbery Suspect

FBI/PPD Violent Crimes Task Force Search for Robbery Suspect in the 26th District Via Philly Police Blog: The FBI/PPD Violent Crimes Task Force is seeking the public’s assistance to identify and locate the subject responsible for the robbery of the Citizens Bank branch located at 2497 Aramingo Avenue. At approximately 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, the subject entered the bank, approached … Continue reading FBI and Police Seek Citizens Bank Robbery Suspect

Thank You For Your Service!

PHILIPPINE SEA — March 21, 2020 – Lt. j.g. Kyomi Fukada, left, an operations division officer, from Denver, and Lt. j.g. Jack Morgenthaler, a navigation officer, from Philadelphia, both assigned to San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ship USS Green Bay (LPD 20) navigate the ship during transit. Green Bay, part of the America Expeditionary Strike … Continue reading Thank You For Your Service!

City Issues Stay at Home Order Clarifying Restrictions on Business Activity in Philadelphia

City Issues Stay at Home Order Clarifying Restrictions on Business Activity in Philadelphia  PHILADELPHIA –  The City today issued a new Stay at Home Order detailing restrictions on business activity in Philadelphia in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. These new restrictions take effect tomorrow, Monday, March 23, 2020 at 8 a.m. “We recognize that these shifting restrictions … Continue reading City Issues Stay at Home Order Clarifying Restrictions on Business Activity in Philadelphia

Bethel Chapel Church is meeting online; Broadcasting Pastor’s Sermon live on YouTube

Bethel Chapel Church is meeting online Due to COVID-19 Bethel Chapel Church will not be currently meeting in person. Although some ministries are on hold, two services will be held online: Every Sunday at 11:20 am our pastor’s sermon will be broadcast live on Youtube. Prayer, Scripture Reading, and Songs are emailed out each week … Continue reading Bethel Chapel Church is meeting online; Broadcasting Pastor’s Sermon live on YouTube

Holy Innocents Church to open for Personal Prayer on Sundays; Archbishop is livestreaming Mass

UPDATE: DUE THE THE SERIOUSNESS OF THE COVID-19 CRISIS, HOLY INNOCENTS WILL NOT BE OPEN ON SUNDAYS FOR PERSONAL PRAYER AS PREVIOUSLY REPORTED. Due to the seriousness of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Holy Innocents Church and the Adoration Chapel will be closed until further notice. On Sundays, however, the Church will be opened for Personal Prayer … Continue reading Holy Innocents Church to open for Personal Prayer on Sundays; Archbishop is livestreaming Mass