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November 10, 2014 | BY VINNY VELLA, Daily News Staff Writer vellav@phillynews.com, 215-854-2513
THE Daily News already knows that Helen UbiƱas is influential. But it's nice to hear someone else say it, too. The People Paper columnist was recently named one of the Delaware Valley's Most Influential Latinos by Impacto Latin Newspaper, a local news magazine. Impacto created the award in 2005 to "recognize individuals who have made great contributions to the Delaware Valley's Latino community and the community at large," Napoleon Garcia, the magazine's publisher, said in a statement.
NEWS
January 26, 2013 | By Martha Woodall, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Reading School District is cutting its ties with an embattled alternative-education firm in Bala Cynwyd. Reading's school board voted unanimously Wednesday night to terminate a $1.1 million contract with Delaware Valley High School to operate a disciplinary school for troubled students as of Feb. 6. "We are acting in the best interest of our students," the district said in a statement Thursday. "We have a transition plan in place for our alternative education services, and that will be communicated to our parents and students.
NEWS
March 28, 1990 | E.W. FAIRCLOTH/ DAILY NEWS
Mother Llama nuzzles her offspring as the two take a break from their daily doings to enjoy an early spring day at the Philadelphia Zoo. Delaware Valley humans might well be advised to do the same while they can, because forecasters are calling for increasing cloudiness and the possibility of rain tomorrow through Sunday. Details on Page 16.
SPORTS
March 28, 1988 | Special to the Daily News
The live Delaware Valley harness racing season got under way last night at Brandywine, when 6,217 fans turned out to watch last season's leading driver, Bob Shahan, record a double that included a come-from-behind victory in the $6,000 Fillies and Mares Open Pace feature.
NEWS
June 21, 2013 | BY TOM DeFELICE, For the Daily News
IN THE EARLY 1950s, the Edward W. Bok Vocational-Technical School, at 9th and Mifflin streets in South Philadelphia, was home to about 2,500 day-school pupils. It provided emergency education for thousands of Americans in the field of war production. Bok Tech taught veterans respectable trade skills, seven days a week, so they could find immediate employment, with courses ranging from 12 hours to three years. During World War II, the crew members of the U.S.S. Alaska received training as they awaited their ship at the Philadelphia Naval Base Shipyard.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 14, 2013 | By Molly Eichel
E RIN O'HEARN fans, get excited. The former 6ABC personality is back in rotation for the time being. "Erin O'Hearn is committed to being a mom first, but truly enjoys spending time with her Action News family as well," a 6ABC spokesman told me. "She will be contributing to 6ABC on a part-time basis in the weeks to come. " O'Hearn officially returned Monday night to Action News at 5 p.m. O'Hearn took a leave from the station to focus on her family in 2010 and was back to fill in for Nydia Han when she went on maternity leave last year.
NEWS
October 24, 2012 | By Martha Woodall, Inquirer Staff Writer
A former employee of an embattled alternative-education company has denied the owner's allegations that he and five other former staffers tried to incite students to commit violence at a campus in Reading last month. Andre Bean, the former regional director of Delaware Valley High School and former director of the for-profit company's site in Reading, said David T. Shulick's claims in court documents last month were false, "ridiculous," "wild," and "defamatory. " "We have not contacted any current or former students of DVHS Reading," Bean said in a filing in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Friday.
SPORTS
August 5, 1995 | By Beth Onufrak, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The Philadelphia and Delaware Valley scholastic male basketball teams appear to be on a collision course for the gold medal at the 14th annual Keystone State Games. Philadelphia, the defending gold-medal team, improved to 2-0 with a 111-87 victory over Allegheny yesterday at Susquehanna High School. Tamir Harbin of Interboro made three three-point baskets and finished with a game-high 25 points to lead Philadelphia, while Devon Wade of the Christian Academy added 23 points. Delaware Valley, winner of the bronze medal in 1994, went to 2-0 in pool play with a 102-84 win over Nittany, behind 34 points from Lower Merion's Kobe Bryant.
SPORTS
September 28, 1997 | By Jeffrey McLane, FOR THE INQUIRER
Looking every bit a first-year football team, La Salle was clobbered by Delaware Valley, 43-0, yesterday before 3,464 somber fans at McCarthy Stadium. Delaware Valley (2-1) flexed its muscle and imposed its size on the Explorers. It also flashed its speed and balance in winning a second consecutive game for the first time since 1995, when it was coached by Bill Manlove, who now coaches La Salle. The Explorers (1-3) managed only one first down and 7 yards of total offense in the first half.
SPORTS
August 9, 1991 | By Beth Onufrak, Special to The Inquirer
The undefeated Philadelphia scholastic baseball team earned a spot in the gold-medal game of the 10th annual Keystone State Games with two victories in round-robin play yesterday at Lehigh University. The Philadelphia team, for players 18 years old and younger, will play Nittany (2-1) at 11 a.m today at Lehigh University. Rich Paczewski of Archbishop Ryan struck out seven, pitching a complete game in a 3-0 triumph over Blue Mountain. Paczewski got the save Wednesday when Philadelphia gained a 5-3 victory over Delaware Valley, the defending gold medalist.
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