The youth at one area church are jumping in “feet first” to learn the importance of helping others with a shoe drive that runs through Oct. 13th.
Dom Giordano talked with Bishop David Zubik about his defense of organizations aiding and offering housing to immigrant children sent to the United States from Mexico and Central America.
Several area students from the area had the opportunity to travel to Haiti to build a foundation for a school there. They are members of the Legacy and Youth Tennis and Education group, an organization inspired by the life of Arthur Ashe.
The U.S. State Department has toughened its travel advisory for Haiti, something that a local Haitian leader says adds insult to injury.
Maria Bello, a Norristown, Pennsylvania native and Sea Isle City summer resident, was awarded with a Key to Sea Isle City for the community service she has done with women in Haiti.
The air was electric inside the gymnasium at the Meredith School as the children gathered to watch the Neumann-Goretti and College All-Star basketball players strut their stuff on the court.
The 10th anniversary season for the One Book, One Philadelphia program at the Free Library of Philadelphia came to a close on Friday night with an interview with author, Edwidge Danticat.
A student from a Chester County prep school traveled to Haiti and got a crash course in the real life aftermath of an earthquake.
Haitian drummers and dancers will perform Wednesday night at the library’s main branch, on Logan Circle, to celebrate the selection of a book by the Haitian-American writer Edwidge Danticat.
Social media helps facilitate health care during disasters.
A collection of quilts created by women in Haiti are on display at the African American Museum in Philadelphia.