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Thursday, Jul 15, 2010

Tell Us "Your News"

Tell Us "Your News"

One local construction worker is brightening the days of many in East Norriton.

Tuesday, Dec 7, 2010

Your News Tackles Bullying, Gives Solutions

Your News Tackles Bullying, Gives Solutions

Get great resources on bullying and what can be done to stop it.

Tuesday, Mar 16, 2010

Campus Connection: Calling All College Journos

Campus Connection: Calling All College Journos

We're looking for college journalists who'd like to have their work featured on Your News. It's a chance for university reporters to share what's happening on your campus with the rest of the...

Wednesday, Sep 7, 2011

Local Teen Focused on Empowering Orphans

Local Teen Focused on Empowering Orphans

Neha Gupta is one of 10 Kohl's Cares Scholarship recipients and the founder of Empower Orphans. She's 14 now and started the charitable non-profit organization at the tender age of 9.

Wednesday, Sep 7, 2011

Shutouts for Kids Helps Children's Charities

Shutouts for Kids Helps Children's Charities

Jordan Fromm is a 14-year old hockey player who has winning ways both on and off the ice. He's a goalie for the Wissahickon School Ice Hockey Club and for the Hatfield Ice Dogs.

Tuesday, Aug 30, 2011

Tips to Start the School Year Without Stress

Tips to Start the School Year Without Stress

From scheduling to lunches, lifestyle expert Megan Kristel gives great tips on reducing stress entering another school year.

Tuesday, Aug 16, 2011

Car Wash to Help Philly School

Car Wash to Help Philly School

The Science Leadership Academy took a big hit during Philadelphia School District budget cuts but that doesn't mean they are just sitting back and taking it. Instead students and faculty are joining to...

Tuesday, Aug 16, 2011

Philly Union's High School Sensation

Philly Union's High School Sensation

Zach Pfeffer is only a teenager but he is already making waves as a member of the Philadelphia Union. The Upper Dublin High School student is one of the youngest players drafted in MLS history.

Tuesday, Aug 16, 2011

Old PCs Get a 2nd Life for Those In Need

Old PCs Get a 2nd Life for Those In Need

Team Children, a local non-profit, transforms used computers into new opportunities for low-income families around the area.To learn more about the program, click here.

Tuesday, Aug 16, 2011

Mr. Happy Makes Traffic More Tolerable

Mr. Happy Makes Traffic More Tolerable

One local construction worker is brightening the days of many in East Norriton.

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