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Jahri Evans looks on at his annual football camp at Frankford High School. (credit: Photo by Anthony Patterson/Jahri Evans Foundation)

NFL Stars Give Back At Jahri Evans’ Annual Camp At Frankford High School

Philly native Jahri Evans annual football camp featured some fellow NFL stars.


Jahri Evans #73 of the New Orleans Saints at Cowboys Stadium on December 23, 2012 in Arlington, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Jahri Evans’ Annual Camp Is About Giving Back

The camp, sponsored by the Jahri Evans Foundation, holds a close place to the Saints’ star.


Guard Jahri Evans #73 of the New Orleans Saints sets to block against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers September 15, 2013 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. The Saints won 16 - 14. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

Jahri Evans On A Hall Of Fame Path

From Frankford, to Bloomsburg, to New Orleans, to Super Bowl champion … the journey goes on.


(Students go through security screening at Fels High School.  2012 file photo by Mike DeNardo)

Report Shows Violence Continuing to Decline in Philadelphia Public Schools

The district says that overall, violent incidents declined 32 percent, down for the third year in a row.


(Some of the Philadelphia high school students being tested on their cooking skills in a Drexel University kitchen.  Credit: Tim Jimenez)

Philadelphia High School Students Compete For Culinary Scholarships

At Drexel University, they had a two-hour time limit to cook a two-course French meal, a chicken dish, and a crêpe dish, part of an annual competition to earn college scholarships.


(Sara Abdulrasool and Sabrina Blake were each awarded a $5,000 scholarship.  Credit:  Michelle Durham)

Philadelphia Area Red Cross Awards Double Scholarships to 2 Area Teens

Each year, a $5,000 college scholarship is awarded to one high school junior or senior, but this year there were two extraordinary candidates, according to officials.



Health Watch: Students Compete In The CPR/AED Olympics

One American dies of cardiac arrest every two minutes. Knowing CPR, cardio pulmonary resuscitation, or how to use a defibrillator can help save lives. So doctors are teaming up with students to help them learn the basics.